11AM PT, 2PM ET
Video is a valuable tool to solve crimes, but receiving video can be a time-consuming process that delays an investigation and increases the risk of evidence being missed. The increase in digital evidence captured by surveillance systems, body-worn cameras and the public also presents new challenges to the investigation process.
Increasingly, the San Diego Police Department uses technology as a force multiplier to quickly clear cases and best protect its community. Last year, the department began using a digital evidence management system to gain direct access to the video captured by sensors in the city, and securely share evidence within the department and with the District Attorney’s office.
Join Government Technology on Mar. 4 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern as we talk with San Diego Police Department Captain Jeff Jordon as he discusses the benefits this implementation has brought to the city and hear how you can simplify the video request process in your own department, improving collaboration with businesses, attorneys and other city agencies.
Register now for this job-critical webinar and in one hour you’ll:
- Hear how the San Diego Police Department transformed its digital evidence management process
- Learn how technology can help you easily share cases and digital evidence with investigators and attorneys
- See how you can maintain an audit trail of all user activity to allow you to review where evidence came from, and who had access to it