Like most law enforcement agencies across the nation, the Henderson Police Department, located near Las Vegas, Nevada, was not immune to the growing nationwide trend and outcry for more public transparency in law enforcement and the judicial system overall.
Over past the past year, the number of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests for public access to police audio and video evidence such as body worn camera, in-car dash camera, jailhouse calls, and surveillance camera footage, have soared and law enforcement agencies, as well as judicial branches, are under pressure to release this evidence quickly or otherwise face possible lawsuits and fines.
Hear from Public Information Officers Katrina Farrell and Alan Olvera of Henderson PD as they’ll discuss how Henderson Police Department is leveraging AI technology to help them stay compliant with public records requests.
For managing large volumes of audio and video evidence while trying to stay compliant with public records requests
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