Policy Symposium on ALPR and Video Technology

March 23, 2010, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sands Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada

License Plate Readers (LPR) and video surveillance technology are playing an increasingly important role in public safety. For this reason, the IACP Technology Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) and the License Plate Reader Systems: Policy and Operational Guidance for Law Enforcement Project are hosting a symposium on these topics. This interactive forum will feature panel discussions and presentations from practitioners and policy makers. This symposium focuses on the policy and community concerns critical to effective implementation of these public safety tools. Topics include storage and management of video and LPR data, public policy and the protection of privacy, and updates on the latest public safety technologies. The symposium agenda will be available here in the near future.

For this event, participants can elect to receive a complimentary pass to the exhibit floor of International Security conference and Expo (ISC West) and the co-located Public Security & Safety Expo at the Sands Convention Center March 24-26. Simply mark this preference in your registration form. Participants can also receive special lodging and transportation rates through ISC West.

How to register for this tuition free symposium:
To register complete the online registration form by clicking here. Once you have completed the registration form you will receive a confirmation email with directions to the location.

**Space is limited for this symposium and priority is given to active law enforcement**

This symposium is funded through grants from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.

Register

Contact:

For additional information or questions contact TTAP@theiacp.org.

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