Public Safety Technology and Policy Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada - March 31, 2009
The IACP Technology Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) will present a Public Safety Technology and Policy Symposium in Las Vegas on March 31, 2009. The program will feature panels of law enforcement executives, public policy officials, privacy advocates and industry experts discussing applications of video technology in public safety. There will be a particular focus on policies governing the deployment and use of video surveillance, license plate recognition, red light and speed enforcement technologies. The symposium is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing services (COPS) and is open at no cost to law enforcement, public safety, and public policy officials.
The one-day symposium will be hosted by the Security Industry Association at the Sands Convention Center. All participants may also elect to receive a complimentary pass to the exhibit floor of ISC West and the co-located Public Security & Safety Expo, a major security technology event, which takes place at the Sands C.C. April 1 – 3. Special lodging and transportation rates are also available through ISC West.
Information & Registration:
Public Safety Technology and Policy Symposium
Mike Fergus or Alexandria Clause
1-800 THE IACP