October 21, 2023
WHAT: The National Law Enforcement Museum (NLEM) will host a virtual, free-of-charge program on Wednesday June 29th that will consider the effectiveness of new technology, such as facial recognition, the accountability for ethical implementation, and the community engagement needed to educate the public about law enforcement responsibility.
Moderator: Jim Burch – President, National Policing Institute
Opening remarks: Hoan Ton-That – CEO-Founder, Clearview AI
Armando R. Aguilar – Assistant Chief of Police, Criminal Investigations Division, Miami (FL) Police Department
Det. Sgt. John Kadner – Cascade County (MT) Sheriff’s Office
Ganesha Martin – VP of Community Affairs and Public Policy, Mark 43
Skylor Hearn – Former Texas Ranger Captain and DPS Deputy Director, Director of Government Affairs at Clearview AI
Wednesday, June 29, 2022 | 2:00 p.m. Eastern
To register for this virtual event, participants can register here.
WHY: The National Law Enforcement Museum welcomes expert panelists for a virtual discussion on the integration of using facial recognition technology to assist Law Enforcement agencies in solving and preventing crimes, as well as how we can ensure technological advancements can be deployed safely and successfully. By pursuing better training and communication about new technology, we can support safer communities for everyone. Registration is free.