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PUBLIC SAFET Y TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT Implementation and Utilization of Public S afet y Te chnology F e b r u a r y 2 7 - 2 8 th, 2 0 1 9 The Mayfair

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A D UAL CONFE RE N CE EVE NT: Body-Worn Camera Summit

Public Safety UAS and Counter Drone Summit

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What are the key factors related to Body-Worn Cameras and Public Safety UAS?

Our all-new dual conference summit combines critical public safety technology updates and best practices to allow your team the best chance to learn and explore opportunities in one setting. Engage in advanced topics related to Body-Worn Camera usage and public safety Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Counter Drone. From advanced policy writing, funding options, obtaining public support, data storage and management issues, to maximizing the usage of your drones and body-cameras, come prepared to ask subject matter experts the tough questions in your search for answers. This two-day event was specifically designed to help all public safety departments operating a drone or body-camera program to operate efficiently as possible to serve the public. Expert advice will be plentiful from a variety of speakers on how to sustain, improve and advance your programs to benefit your department and personnel. TOPICS INCLUDE: • Implementing UAS Program into Public Safety Departments • Sustain, Improve, and Advance Your Current BWC Program • Compliance and Risk Management Within Your Program

• Policy Writing- Program ManagementCollection and Reporting Procedures • UAS and Body-Camera Officer Training Program

Protect and Serve! Learn from industry leaders on how to protect your community by advancing your operational capabilities within your body-worn camera and UAS programs and maximize the technology and efficiency within your department. Sincerely, Tim Hart, Conference Director FOUNDATION RESEARCH ASSOCIATES

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MEET OUR SPEAKERS BODY-WORN CAMERA SUMMIT SPEAKERS Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander, Cyber & Forensics

Dan Mark, Lieutenant

Bureau

CITY OF AURORA - AURORA POLICE

FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT

Jay Bowen, Sergeant

Nick Zajchowski, Strategic Advisor and Body-Worn Video

PHILADELPHIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Program Manager

Gary Jenkins, Chief of Police PULLMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT

SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT Daniel Zehnder, President and Chief Consultant PRINCIPIS GROUP

Rudy Hall, Sergeant NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT

David Makin, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal

Dan Gomez, Lieutenant

Justice and Criminology

LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT Raoul Alvarez, Lieutenant

WASHINGTON STATE INSTITUTE FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE

NORFOLK POLICE DEPARTMENT PUBLIC SAFETY UAS AND COUNTER DRONE SUMMIT SPEAKERS Craig Miller, Sergeant,

Dan Gomez, Lieutenant

ESCONDIDO POLICE DEPARTMENT

LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

Anthony Galante, Assistant Professor,

Eric Lindstrom, Captain

EMBRY RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY

GREENFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

RETIRED POLICE OFFICER, DAYTONA BEACH PD Dave Ellis, Undersheriff, SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WESTERN REGION DIRECTOR FOR THE AIRBORNE PUBLIC SAFETY ASSOCIATION William B. Saunders, Sergeant SOUTH EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSIT POLICE, SPECIAL OPERATION AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE UNIT Bryan Norton, Deputy City Attorney BOISE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Drew Jurkofsky, Police Officer FORT COLLINS POLICE DEPARTMENT Joel “Brian” Emeson, Detective and Lead Pilot UAS Program CITY OF AURORA - AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT Anthony DeMolina, Director of Aeronautical Training LA REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER David Makin, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology WASHINGTON STATE INSTITUTE FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Nicole Corbin, Sergeant

Ben Knoll, COO CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION AND SKYFIRE REHABILITATION Adam Jackoff, Intelligent Systems Division Dan Gettinger, Co-Director NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DRONES, BARD TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE

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TOP REASONS TO ATTEND • Examine your current program operation and ways to enhance efficiency

• Hear real life case studies of UAS use after a catastrophic event and how it benefited the affected

• Identify areas of improvement for your current policy

community

• Best practices to utilize BWC video as a training tool for • Maximize the operational use of your equipment to future officers and continued education

benefit your officers and community

• Improve your program through internal audits to increase levels of compliance and reduce risk

• Identify opportunities to fund your program and reduce operational and storage costs

• Identify steps to generate continuous community support • Network with leading professionals in the field to • Best practices for implementing a new UAS program

discuss best practices in maximizing your BWC and UAS programs

DIVIDE & CONQUER 2 CONCURRENT SUMMITS

14 advanced topics on Body-Worn Camera

14 critical topics focused on Unmanned

program improvement, sustainability and

Aircraft Systems and Counter Drone

advancement

BRING YOUR TEAM

WHO WILL ATTEND? Police and fire departments, along with transit police, port authority, border control and EMS will benefit from the advanced topics covered on this two tracked event. With critical topics to help implement, sustain, improve and advance your technology programs, The Public Safety Technology Summit is the must-attend event of the year. Attendees with all roles related to body-worn cameras or UAS will benefit from this conference. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with: • Police Chief

• UAV Pilots

• Chief of Transit Police

• Fire Chief

• Deputy Chief/Sheriff

• Fire Captain

• Captain

• Director of Aeronautical

• Lieutenant

Training

• Border Control Special Operations Group • Border Control Search, Trauma, and Rescue • Border Patrol Tactical Unit

• EMS Operational Control Leads • EMS Director of Enforcement Coordination Office

• Sergeant

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PAST ATTENDEES • Albuquerque Police Department

• Ministry of Attorney General

• Arizona State University

• Mobile Alabama Police Department

• Atlanta Police Department

• New Orleans Police Department

• Axon

• Norfolk Police Department

• Below 100

• Orange County Sheriff Department

• Benicia Police Department

• PoliceGrantsHelp

• Benicia Police Dept

• Post Falls Police Department

• Bloomington Police Department

• Principis Group, Inc

• California Highway Patrol

• Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department

• City of Chicago Office of Inspector General

• San Bernadino County Sheriff’s Department

• City of Portland

• San Carlos Law Enforcement

• City of Portland Police Department

• San Mateo Police Department

• County of Santa Clara - Sheriff’s Department

• Santa Ana Police Department

• Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police Department

• Seattle Police Department

• Derden Consulting, Chtd.

• Snoqualmie Indian Tribe

• Elko Police Department

• Spokane Police Department

• FileOnQ, Inc.

• Tacoma Police Department

• Fort Collins Police Department

• Thornton Police Department

• Fremont Police Department

• Tipp City Police Department

• Gresham Police Department

• Toronto Police Depaartment

• Kern County Sheriff’s Office

• Toronto Police Department

• Lens Lock

• Tukwila WA Police Department

• Long Beach Police Department

• Tulare County Sheriff Department

• Los Angeles Police Department

• Washington State Institute for Criminal Justice

• Michigan State Police

POST REIMBURSEMENT This program may be eligible for reimbursement under your state’s Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) plan. Please contact your agency’s representative to determine eligibility and requirements.

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DAY ONE- FEBRUARY 27TH, 2019 8:00- 8:45

Registration and Continental Networking Breakfast

BODY-WORN CAMERA SUMMIT

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS SUMMIT

8:45 - 9:00

8:45 - 9:00

Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander, Cyber & Forensics Bureau FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Craig Miller, Sergeant, ESCONDIDO POLICE DEPARTMENT

9:00 - 10:00

9:00 - 10:00

• Evaluating levels of success with your current program- Utilizing data • Educating your officers with statistics to help them improve their usage • Preparing to grow your program- best practices for adding new cameras • Examining potential hurdles when increasing the size of your program

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Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Sustain, Improve, and Advance Your Current BWC Program

Dan Mark, Lieutenant CITY OF AURORA - AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT Nick Zajchowski, Strategic Advisor and Body-Worn Video Program Manager SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Implementing UAS Program into Public Safety Departments The benefits of adding a UAS program Cost analysis of implementing the program Identifying obstacles and how to overcome them Developing public support when implementing a new UAS program

Anthony Galante, Assistant Professor, EMBRY RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY RETIRED POLICE OFFICER, DAYTONA BEACH PD Dave Ellis, Undersheriff, SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Western Region Director AIRBORNE PUBLIC SAFETY ASSOCIATION William B. Saunders, Sergeant SOUTH EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSIT POLICE SPECIAL OPERATION AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE UNIT

10:00 - 11:00

10:00 - 11:00

• Utilizing BWC video as a training tool for new officers and continuing education • Maximizing footage to serve as self-inspection and internal audits • Educating your officers with real life video images • Implementing video in the academy training program to guide future officers

• Managing The 4th Amendment- Search and seizure of civil drones • Examining the current state and federal regulations and where they overlap • Identifying future trends in policy and regulation

Pro Active Approach for BWC Video- Officer Training

UAS Federal and State Regulations

Bryan Norton, Deputy City Attorney BOISE CITY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Rudy Hall, Sergeant NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT Raoul Alvarez, Lieutenant NORFOLK POLICE DEPARTMENT

11:00 - 11:15

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Morning Networking Break

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BODY-WORN CAMERA SUMMIT

11:15 - 12:15

Advanced Policy Writing • Identifying policy issues before they arise • Examining which policy measures you have not accounted for • Investigating future trends in policy changes to stay ahead of the game • How to handle victims of witnesses? • Dealing with sensitive locations or people, such as hospitals and juveniles • Understanding HIPPA regulations regarding places of worship and hospitals • Best practices handling BWC video after officer involved shooting • Changing the behavior of your officers through video review Dan Gomez, Lieutenant LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT Major. Kevin King, Patrol & Precincts SPOKANE POLICE DEPARTMENT

12:15 - 1:15

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS SUMMIT

11:15 - 12:15

Policy Writing- Program Management- Collection and Reporting Procedures • Best practices in writing a new policy for your UAS program • Expert advice from experienced policy writers • Identifying the items that should be in your policy that you haven’t thought of • Ensuring that your policy lines up with city, state and FAA policy William B. Saunders, Sergeant SOUTH EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY TRANSIT POLICE SPECIAL OPERATION AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE UNIT Drew Jurkofsky, Police Officer FORT COLLINS POLICE DEPARTMENT Joel “Brian” Emeson, Detective and Lead Pilot UAS Program CITY OF AURORA - AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Networking Luncheon

1:15 - 2:15

Collaboration with Universities to Generate Research Data on BWC Use • Maximizing statistical specialists at local universities that can quantify BWC usage • Examining the benefits of obtaining BWC data and how best to use it • Best practices in building relationships with local colleges and universities • Utilizing experts unassociated with the police department to remove pressure from your department

1:15 - 2:15

Part 107, COA and the 2018 Reauthorization • Examining the procedure for application for 107 and COA • Determining the major differences between 107 and COA • Discussing the 2018 reauthorization and the impact it has on public safety UAS Ben Knoll, COO SKYFIRE

Jay Bowen, Sergeant PHILADELPHIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Gary Jenkins, Chief of Police PULLMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT

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BODY-WORN CAMERA SUMMIT

2:15 - 3:00

Emerging Technologies for Body-Worn Cameras • Identifying BWC technologies on the market that can benefit your police force • Examining a law enforcement perspective of evaluating products they use • Maximizing your investment on products by identifying their impact and future Dan Gomez, Lieutenant LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS SUMMIT

2:15 - 3:00

UAS Traffic Accident Reconstruction- Photographing and Mapping • Maximizing UAS to reconstruct a scene after a major traffic incident • Establishing a live feed to the base command when drone is present on scene • Utilizing 3D imaging to reconstruct the scene to identify probable cause • Creating high accuracy images and data of the event Craig Miller, Sergeant, ESCONDIDO POLICE DEPARTMENT Drew Jurkofsky, Police Officer FORT COLLINS POLICE DEPARTMENT

3:00 PM-3:15 Afternoon Networking Break

3:15 - 4:15

3:15 - 4:15

• Maximizing third party groups to increase your community network • Best practices in countering resistance from community groups • Securing commitment from local religious groups within your community • Understanding the power of the community- Support is vital

• • • •

Generating Continuous Community Buy-In

Jay Bowen, Sergeant PHILADELPHIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

UAS Usage After a Major Event- Hurricane, Tornado, Mudslides, Forest Fires Best practices in mapping an area pre-event Utilizing UAS for post-event damage assessment Reconstructing infrastructure using 3D imagery Collaborating with FEMA with post-event relief

Anthony Galante, Assistant Professor, EMBRY RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY RETIRED POLICE OFFICER, DAYTONA BEACH PD Dave Ellis, Undersheriff, SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WESTERN REGION DIRECTOR FOR THE AIRBORNE PUBLIC SAFETY ASSOCIATION

4:15 - 5:15

Business Considerations of Starting a Body-Worn Camera Program • Evaluating the technical elements of a Body-Worn Camera system offered by a vendor • Negotiating the business agreement of the program • Projecting start-up costs, “opportunity costs”, and unintended fiscal consequences outside of vendor expenses • Immediate budget considerations and sustainability plans • Preparing a government bid to help fund your program

4:15 - 5:15

Funding a UAS Program and Grant Writing Techniques • Best practices in preparing a budget for the cost of implementing a UAS program • Identifying which costs will need to be covered: equipment, training, storage • Examining which grants are available to fund your UAS Program • Maximizing your application with grant writing techniques Eric Lindstrom, Captain GREENFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander, Cyber & Forensics Bureau FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

5:15

Cocktail Networking Reception For Sponsorship opportunities please contact Trey Shalley at 704.341.2391 or TShalley@fraconferences.com

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DAY TWO - FEBRUARY 28TH, 2019 7:00 - 8:00 Continental Networking Breakfast BODY-WORN CAMERA SUMMIT

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS SUMMIT

8:00 - 8:10

8:00 - 8:10

Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander, Cyber & Forensics Bureau FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Craig Miller, Sergeant, ESCONDIDO POLICE DEPARTMENT

8:10 - 9:00

8:10 - 9:00

Chairpersons Recap of Day One

Compliance and Risk Management Within Your Program • Maximizing internal audits as a compliance tool to improve quality of offer usage • Identify risks within your program and how to overcome them • Best practices for creating a compliant workforce by enhancing positive usage through real life experiences Daniel Zehnder, President and Chief Consultant PRINCIPIS GROUP

Chairpersons Recap of Day One

Case Study- Center for the Study of Drones- Public Safety Drones • Identify the trends in a massive increase in public safety drone purchases • Examining the relationship between departments with manned aircraft and unmanned aircraft • Evaluating the future of public safety drone usage and vendor selection Dan Gettinger, Co-Director CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DRONES, BARD COLLEGE

9:00 - 9:45

9:00 - 9:45

• Maximizing the BWC to document witness statements • Utilizing the BWC to document evidence at a scene • Employing video footage to assess vehicle damage prior to impound • Off the body usage- Detaching the camera to explore hard to reach visual

• How to select the right platform for tactical missions • SUAS on Point: Roles and Missions for the “Unmanned Team Member” • SUAS Overwatch: Safety and Security for a Tactical Team

Maximizing BWC with Non-Conventional Usage

Tactical Drone Usage

Anthony DeMolina, Director of Aeronautical Training LA REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER

Nick Zajchowski, Strategic Advisor and Body-Worn Video Program Manager SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

9:45 - 10:30

9:45 - 10:30

• Best practices for BWC video use after a critical injury • Identifying who takes control of the camera and uploads the video • Examining the documentation process • Best practices on how to debrief the officer(s) involved

• Utilizing information learned from manned aircraft to benefit UAS • Real world examples of flight missions • Training techniques to improve pilot maneuvering in critical situations and poor weather conditions

David Makin, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology WASHINGTON STATE INSTITUTE FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Anthony DeMolina, Director of Aeronautical Training LA REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER

Case Study: BWC Use of Force- Officer and Victim Injury

10:30-10:45

UAS Officer Training Program

Joel “Brian” Emeson, Detective and Lead Pilot UAS Program CITY OF AURORA - AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Morning Networking Break

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BODY-WORN CAMERA SUMMIT

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS SUMMIT

10:45 – 11:45

10:45 – 11:45

• Best practices in deciding the best option for your department • Transitioning from localized to cloud storage • Examining the differences between operation practices between the two options • Identifying security threats associated with storage options

• Examining the future of technology including tech additions, infrared, thermal, sniffer, 3D imagery • Understanding how technological changes will impact policy • Identification of further uses of drones that are currently not capable • As a UAS user, what changes would you like to see on the horizon?

Transitioning Between Storage Options- Localized Vs Cloud

Dan Gomez, Lieutenant LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

The Future of UAV Tech and Policy

David Makin, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology WASHINGTON STATE INSTITUTE FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander, Cyber & Forensics Bureau FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

11:45 - 12:45

Networking Luncheon

12:45 - 1:45

12:45 - 1:45

• Identifying the cost of annual storage for your program • Best practices for budgeting in preparation for storage costs • Evaluating increase in cost of storage before expanding your program • Examining how much money is saved through BWC usagereduced lawsuits, rioting, and injuries

• The dangers of private drones on privacy and public safety • Maximizing flight techniques to distinguish the threat • Protocols and procedures after capturing a public drone

Preparing for the Cost of Data Storage

Nick Zajchowski, Strategic Advisor and Body-Worn Video Program Manager SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Counter Drones- Managing the Threat of Civil Drones

Nicole Corbin, Sergeant CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION AND REHABILITATION Dan Gomez, Lieutenant LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

Daniel Zehnder, President and Chief Consultant PRINCIPIS GROUP

1:45 - 2:30

1:45 - 2:30

• Identifying the amount of time each type of video needs to be stored dependent on policy and state • Reducing cost by examining the video deletion process- Remove videos from storage that are not needed • Implementing strategies to improve video tagging procedures • Best practices in managing video from one incident with multiple officers

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Managing Digital Evidence Overload

Dan Mark, Lieutenant CITY OF AURORA - AURORA POLICE DEPARTMENT

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Best Practice for a Compliant UAS Program Compliant reporting procedures to the FAA Remaining compliant with city and state Laws Internal auditing procedures Remaining compliant within your own policy Maintaining compliance under your COA

Eric Lindstrom, Captain GREENFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT Adam Jackoff, Intelligent Systems Division NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY

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BODY-WORN CAMERA SUMMIT

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS SUMMIT

2:30 - 3:30

2:30 - 3:30

• Analyzing the future of digital evidence- how will it develop? • Identifying software that helps integrate digital evidence from multiple sources • Discussing different management platforms that can manage mass amounts of data

• • • •

The Future of Digital Evidence

Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander, Cyber & Forensics Bureau FAIRFAX COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Maximizing the Application Uses of Your Program Maximizing your UAS for search and rescue Best practices for flights in turbulent weather conditions Utilizing UAS for crowd observation Eye in the sky for arrests with a warrant

David Makin, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology WASHINGTON STATE INSTITUTE FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE Craig Miller, Sergeant, ESCONDIDO POLICE DEPARTMENT

3:30

Conference Adjourns

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Public Safety Technology Summit  

Implementation and Utilization of Public Safety Technology

Public Safety Technology Summit  

Implementation and Utilization of Public Safety Technology