Recent legal changes in California have impacted the way in which agencies handle video / multimedia evidence requests from the public. Complying with the new laws, and maintaining compliance with state and federal privacy codes requires agencies to manage the processing of requests quite carefully. Requests for records around a critical event can quickly swamp an agency’s staff given the new statutory time frames for the release of data.
Senate Bill 1421, Skinner (D. Berkeley), opens public access to internal investigations of police shootings and other incidents where an officer killed or seriously injured someone, as well to sustained findings of sexual assault and lying on the job.
Assembly Bill 748, Ting (D. San Francisco), requires police departments to release within 45 days audio or video footage of shootings or other incidents involving serious use of force, unless it would interfere with an active investigation.
This in-person course will get the agency and their redaction staff up to speed on the issues and the technology necessary to bring the agency into compliance with the new laws.
Location: Apex Partners, Ltd., Henderson, NV USA
Date: April 2-3, 2019
Product Information: Adobe Creative Suite
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