Security Technology Critical to Protect Law Officers


Sometimes we forget, but ISC West will help us remember this year how critical security technology is in helping to protect law enforcement officers. SIAC is proud to support one of the key sessions this week in Las Vegas, covering this issue.

The session we’re sponsoring addresses the Ferguson, MO incident from last year, and what newer forms of technology could have done to help prevent the problem from escalating. The session is entitled “Responding to Ferguson,” and can be accessed here: http://www.iscwest.com/en/Sessions/11596/Keynote-Responding-to-Ferguson.

Captain Greg Smith of the Missouri Highway Patrol, will headline the presentation April 16 | 3:00pm-4:00pm | Room 704. It is open to all ISC West Badge holders, and sponsored by SIAC.

We hope you attend. There are tough public policy issues every day, and our industry has the tools to help. Further dialogue is certainly necessary to continue building a stronger network that prevents these situations in the future, provides greater certainty in choices for law enforcement and citizens to understand the full facts of what went on, and captures data and images necessary regarding the full sequence of what occurred.

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