Webinar – Responding to Video/Audio IPRA/CORA and CCJRA Requests in New Mexico and Colorado
With the passing of Senate Bill 8, all New Mexico police officers are required to wear body cameras as of September 20, 2020. A mandate that has been sweeping the nation following 2020’s civil unrest. Colorado is following suit, requiring that all police officers be equipped with body cameras by 2023.
Join GovQA, Microsoft, and Veritone on Wednesday, August 11th at 11:00 am MT to see how New Mexico, Colorado, and Public Safety agencies in neighboring states could be using GovQA and Veritone automate their IPRA/CORA and CCJRA process, and redact requested audio/video files, all while staying compliant under Microsoft’s secure cloud.
A CONVERSATION & DEMONSTRATION
OF GOVQA, VERITONE & MICROSOFT
This :60 Minute, 4 Part Webinar Will Cover:
Part 1 – Legislation: What’s changed for New Mexico IPRA Managers as a result of their police bodycam mandate and other evolving requirements for managing sensitive information within audio, video and image-based evidence? How can Colorado CORA Managers learn from their neighbors in New Mexico as similar legislation looms in Colorado?
Part 2 – GovQA Demonstration: How GovQA simplifies, secures, and automates public records response.
Part 3 – Veritone Demonstration: How Veritone Redact cuts 90% off video redaction times compared to manual processes.
Part 4 – Integration Demonstration: How this integration, built within Microsoft Azure security, provides law enforcement agencies with security protocols they may otherwise lack when responding with a redacted video/audio digital evidence file.
Register for the August 11th Webinar:
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LEARN HOW RISES IN COMPLEXITY ARE COMPLICATING RECORDS PROCESSING
Mike Morper | Veritone
VP Product Marketing, Governments
Mike Morper is a product strategy executive with over 20 years of experience leading go-to-market execution for B2B enterprise software companies. Mike is currently one of Veritone’s Government, Legal & Compliance subject matter experts. Before Veritone, Mike co-founded a SaaS software company, led product and market strategy for a very successful Washington, DC-based startup, and has held several leadership roles within tech companies including Kofax, Sage, and GE.
Kirk Lonborn | Microsoft
Public Safety and Justice Strategy and Solutions Director
As a Public Safety and Justice Strategy and Solutions Director at Microsoft, Krik helps to drive national strategy and business development for public safety and justice. Kirk has four decades of experience in state and local government with the majority of his career focused on public safety. His experience includes: service as the Deputy Chief Information Officer for the Illinois State Police, CIO for the Illinois Emergency Management Agency and Illinois’ first statewide Chief Information Security Officer.
Jen Snyder | GovQA
As GovQA’s Chief Evangelist, Jen is interested in meaningful conversations that look both at the big picture, as well as dig deep into nitty-gritty best-practice working sessions on all government challenges and opportunities including those related to technology, transparency, security, procurement, legislative mandates, compliance, staffing challenges, and more. Jen’s 15 years of experience in the state and local government space includes guest speaking and moderating for government events, roundtables, and associations.