Police Executives From Across U.S. To Speak at Public Safety Tech Summit

Register today for upcoming Public Safety Technology Summit and hear from speakers including law enforcement executives and criminal justice experts.

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You’re invited to the all new DUAL CONFERENCE EVENT

The Body-Worn Camera Summit & Public Safety UAS & Counter Drone Summit

February 27-28, 2019 at The Mayfair Hotel in Miami, FL

You are invited to join your peers at the Public Safety Technology Summit, the only event in the market bringing two public safety summits to one location, offering the highest quality conference experience combined with networking opportunities for police and fire departments, port authority, border control, correctional facilities and EMS.

“What FRA does and the way they focus the conferences and the information presented is extremely valuable,” says Dan Mark, a Lieutenant for the City of Aurora Police Department in Colorado. Mark will chair the Body-Worn Camera (BWC) Summit, alongside Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander: Cyber & Forensics Bureau for the Fairfax County Police Department in Virginia, who will chair the UAS & Counter Drone Summit conference.

“The two prongs of the conference are both timely and important,” Quinn says, noting that the information presented and shared is beneficial to the broader community.

Featuring 25 speakers and nearly 30 sessions that address critical law enforcement topics, here is just a sampling of what you’ll will learn:

The Future of UAV Tech and Policy


Major Christian P. Quinn, Commander – Cyber & Forensics Bureau, Fairfax County Police Department, Virginia

David Makin, Assistant Professor – Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Washington State Institute for Criminal Justice.

While it may be difficult to conceive of artificial intelligence being used with UAV, Quinn says that eventually it will be possible, and agencies will have to work with the community to see if they are amenable to it. The two will also explore potential uses of drones in the future and what agencies should think about now while drones don’t have those capabilities.

Manage Digital Evidence Overload


Dan Mark, Lieutenant, City of Aurora Police Department in Colorado

Agencies that do maintain the evidences on their premises must also comply with requirements to back up the evidence. In addition, Mark says agencies must consider staffing needs to manage and handle requests for video. The session will look at all the moving parts involved with digital evidence that agencies don’t think about when they start their BWC programs.

Learn more about other topics being covered.


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This program may be eligible for reimbursement under your state’s Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) plan. Please contact your agency’s representative to determine eligibility and requirements.

For more information contact:

Terrence Johnson
Phone Number: 704-341-2647
Email: tjohnson@fraconferences.com

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