Law enforcement professionals face the rising tide of technological innovation every day. Law enforcement executives must consider the benefits new devices, software, or protocols may have for their agency; IT managers must evaluate their network’s ability to withstand cyber-attacks in the wake of threats; Crime analysts and investigators depend on their agency’s capacity to recover and process expanding mounds of digital evidence.
The 2018 IACP Technology Conference held on May 21-23 in Providence, Rhode Island will address this broad array of issues in one location, providing law enforcement executives, IT managers, crime analysts, investigators, patrol officers, and local CIOs and CTOs with training, professional development, and a forum to share best practices and lessons learned on current and emerging technologies.
This year’s theme Technology, Transparency, and Transformation, focuses on how the law enforcement profession is utilizing technology to enhance services and communication and to transform agencies and communities.
Jim Hoerricks, PhD, Amped’s Director of Support and Training for North America, will present a workshop entitled: Proprietary Video Files – The Science of Processing the Digital Crime Scene, where he explores the digital crime scene, and its problems and proposed solutions with an emphasis on a scientific workflow and the eventual testimonial experience.
When: May 22, 11:00 – 12:00, Where: Tech Talk Theatre, Exhibit Hall C & D
Don’t miss it!
For more info about the event and to register click here: http://www.theiacp.org/Tech-conference