How Automating Evidence Redaction Saves Law Enforcement Time & Money

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With surging amounts of video and audio evidence, redaction is essential for police teams to close cases.

Today, law enforcement agencies are spending thousands of extra hours manually redacting evidence sources one by one in order to keep witnesses safe, comply with body camera and freedom of information laws and, at times, consent decrees. 

Join Detective Officer Kevin Davis from Ohio, and Lt. Frank Borelli (ret) Editorial Director of Officer.com, in conversation with Veritone to learn how law enforcement teams can automate video and audio evidence redaction to save crucial officer time, reduce costs and comply with laws.

We will cover:

  • Redaction challenges for law enforcement
  • New police body camera release laws
  • Best practices for redacting video and audio evidence
  • Available AI technology - Veritone Redact demonstration

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Kevin Davis, Detective Officer 

Ohio Municipal Agency in their Body Worn Camera Unit 

Kevin R. Davis is a veteran of over 38 years in law enforcement.  Currently assigned to his agency's body worn camera unit, Kevin's past assignments include: corrections, patrol, SWAT - Team Leader and Lead Instructor, street narcotics detective and instructor where he specialized in use of force, firearms, tactics and suspect control.  Kevin is the recipient of the 2018 Ohio Attorney General's Distinguished Training Award and has been selected as the Trainer of the Year for the 2019 National Law Enforcement Hall of Fame.  Check out Kevin's website at www.kd-forcetraining.com. 

Kyle Dayson

SLED Account Executive, Veritone, Inc.

Kyle Dayson studied finance at Sacred Heart University and brings over 10 years of sales experience to Veritone. His passions are working with people and technology, and throughout his career he has made sure to remain on this path.  He excelled as a sales executive at Axon (formerly TASER International), where he effectively positioned cloud-based evidence management software and body worn cameras to law enforcement earning president’s club honors. In March of 2019, Kyle  joined the Veritone team, because he sees the vision of how AI technology will positively affect the future of policing for generations to come.

Frank Borelli

Editorial Director, Officer.com

Lt. Frank Borelli (ret) is the editorial director for the Endeavor Business Media Law Enforcement Group which encompasses Officer.com, Law Enforcement Technology magazine and Law Enforcement Product News. Frank has been producing equipment evaluations and articles for the police and military communities since 1999. Pulling on his 7 years of military service, over 30 years of police experience (so far) and over 25 years of instructor experience, he stays active in police work, training, and writing. Frank has had numerous books published which are available on Amazon.com, BarnesAndNoble.com and other major retail outlets. If you have any comments or questions, you can contact him via email to frank@officer.com.

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