Body-Worn Camera TTA Webinars
The Body-Worn Camera TTA webinars provide a unique opportunity for law enforcement officers, researchers, and the law enforcement community to learn and discuss topics related to body-worn cameras. The webinars are recorded for you to view on our website at your own convenience. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions or requests for additional information.
Check out the most recently posted webinar recording:
BWC TTA Webinars
|BWC TTA Webinar on Technology Analytics and Redaction||
We are learning that the implementation of body worn camera (BWC) technology involves more than the introduction of new technology into law enforcement. Full implementation of BWCs in a police agency affects key areas of operations and administration, as well as internal and external stakeholders, in significant ways. This webinar discussed research findings about video analytics, and its hidden risks as well as the advantages of available technology. In addition key components of video redaction were presented by subject matter experts in the field.
|Craig Uchida, Todd Maxwell, Commander Pat Rigdon, Tom Woodmansee||Monday, March 27, 2017|
|BWC Program Implementation: Highlighting Small Agencies||
This webinar discusses different approaches, and best practices to body worn camera (BWC) implementation. Representatives from small police agencies discussed important issues as: RFP process, policy considerations, officer concerns, and training.
|Lieutenant William Kushina, Training Officer Erik Villarreal, Major Ken Caldwell||Friday, February 24, 2017|
|BWC TTA Webinar on Community Input on BWC Policy Development||
External input into the development of body worn camera policies, including justice system and community stakeholders, is a cornerstone of the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Body Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program (PIP). This webinar discussed principles and practices regarding police-community collaboration, and how these relate to BWC policy development. Several funded PIP sites;Camden County, New Jersey, Police Department, Dinwiddie County, Virginia's Sheriff's Police Department and Beaverton, Oregon Police Department contributed information regarding how they worked with community groups to inform their BWC policy development.
|Hildy Saizow, Captain Albert Handy, Major William Knott, Captain Eric Oathes||Tuesday, January 31, 2017|
|Are Officers Following Body-Worn Camera Policy? Considering The Issues Around Assessing Officer Compliance||
This webinar discusses different approaches to how police agencies monitor compliance to body worn camera (BWC) policy, and how they manage non-compliance to BWC policy. Representatives from Corpus Christi Police Department, New Orleans Police Department, San Antonio Police Department and Las Vegas Metropolitain Police Department discussed important issues as: how to audit and monitor compliance to BWC policy, adjustments to monitoring over time, variations in responses to officer non-compliance, and constraints due to vendor provisions for monitoring data.
|Dr. Michael White, Commander Todd Green, Sergeant Kevin Seuzeneau, Captain Daniel Zehnder||Monday, December 19, 2016|
|FY 2016 Body-Worn CameraPilot Implementation Program: Introduction to Training and Technical Assistance Webinar||
This webinar introduced the FY 2016 BWC PIP Sites to the BWC TTA Team and its subject matter experts. The webinar also discussed available BWC TTA resources and outlined the process for TTA delivery.
|Michael Roosa, James "Chip" Coldren, Michael White, Jimmy Steyee||Monday, November 14, 2016|
|Strategic Communications, the Media, and BWC Videos||
As body worn cameras are being implemented across the country there is a new expectation for the quick release of footage and information, especially after a deadly use of force incident. This webinar discussed how agencies can best manage and respond to the media and community after a crisis or high profile event that involves deliberate or inadvertent release of video footage. Panelists discussed their strategies and experiences in responding to police critical incidents, as well as recommendations regarding how best to plan for and respond to incidents involving video footage.
|Laura McElroy, Christopher Cook, Damon Mosler, Laura Meltzer||Tuesday, October 11, 2016|
|Straight Talk About Body Worn Camera Storage||
Many cities, trying to implement body worn cameras, have found data storage and related costs to be a major stumbling block. Data retention and storage options are equally important to understand when building a body worn camera program.This webinar provided both options and solutions to many of the storage issues departments encounter.
|Charles Stephenson, Michael Kurtenbach, Christopher Whigham, Mark Leech, James Coldren||Friday, September 30, 2016|
|Building Body-Worn Camera Program Policies||
This webinar provided information about the spectrum of policy decisions current agencies are using to operate their body-worn camera program. This will include recommendations on how to meet the BJA requirements, why they are so important, how PIP agencies are faring in the policy review, how to avoid setbacks, and model policy components.
|Dr. Michael White, Dr. Charles Katz||Thursday, August 25, 2016|
|Body Worn Cameras and Use of Force||
This webinar discussed the importance of reviewing and refining the use of force policy in the successful implementation of BWC programs.
|Nola Joyce, Dan Zehnder, Harold Medlock, & Tom Woodmansee (facilitator)||Tuesday, July 26, 2016|
|BWC Procurement Dos and Don'ts||
This webinar covers lessons learned and best practice related to the body worn camera procurement process. Real world examples and models for the process were presented.
|James R. "Chip" Coldren, Jr; Michael Petti; Douglas Wiorek; Craig D. Uchida; & Stephen Fender||Monday, June 13, 2016|
|FY 2015 Body Worn Camera Pilot Implementation Program - Introduction to Training and Technical Assistance||
This webinar was hosted by the CNA team and BJA and provides an introduction to the BWC TTA program to the FY 2015 BWC-PIP sites.
|James R. "Chip" Coldren, Jr. & Michael Roosa||Friday, October 30, 2015|