IJIS Webinar: The Impact of Video Evidence on the Criminal Justice System
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4/16/2020
When: 4/16/2020
2:00 p.m. (ET)
Where: United States


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IJIS Institute Webinar:

The Impact of Video Evidence on the Criminal Justice System

Abstract: Law enforcement agencies across the country have procured or are considering the acquisition of body-worn video cameras, dash cams, and the use of other forms of video evidence to document interactions with the public and support criminal investigations. While there are many benefits of these innovations, many agencies are reluctant to coordinate plans across the criminal justice system. Specifically, their reluctance includes coordinating with the prosecutor offices to determine solutions to best handle the abundance of evidence collected by these technologies.

This spring, the IJIS Institute is hosting a webinar to review a cost model analysis of the impacts on and requirements for the prosecutor’s office from the accelerated generation of video evidence in criminal investigations. This workshop will present a case study in the analysis of the processes for review and handling of video evidence as it impacts the entire criminal justice system. The presenters will report on the collaborative work with prosecutors and other stakeholders across the criminal justice system to determine staffing and the creation of a cost model to evaluate alternative policies for implementation. This presentation will also offer recommendations for enhanced stakeholder collaboration to achieve maximum benefits with limited budgets.

When: Thursday, April 16th, 2 p.m. (ET) 

*after registering, attendees will receive an email invitation via Zoom*

Who Should Attend? Representatives and solutions providers from criminal justice / courts domain

 

Kay Chopard Cohen – President and CEO, Chopard Consulting

Kay Chopard Cohen is the President of Chopard Consulting, Inc. She provides executive management professional services, executive coaching, action planning training and technical assistance, business development and nonprofit business operations guidance. She excels at collaborative partnerships, relationship development, and bridge building between government, public sector and private sector. Additionally, Ms. Chopard specializes in prosecution including trial advocacy training and enhancement of management of prosecutor programs and offices.

 

 

 

Paul Wormeli, President and CEO, Wormeli Consulting

Paul Wormeli is an innovator and entrepreneur who has focused his career on the application of IT to public safety, law enforcement, criminal justice and homeland security. He has introduced innovative programs in public policy, as well as innovations in the use of technology. He has been active in the development of software products, has managed system implementation for dozens of agencies throughout the world, and has managed national programs in support of law enforcement and criminal justice agencies.