How Automating Evidence Redaction Saves Law Enforcement Time & Money
Event Date: May 14, 2019
Hosted By: Veritone
With surging amounts of video and audio evidence, redaction is essential for investigators to close cases. Today, law enforcement agencies are spending thousands of extra hours manually redacting evidence sources one by one in order to keep witnesses safe, comply with body camera and freedom of information laws and, at times, consent decrees.
In this webinar, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office in conversation with Veritone explained how law enforcement teams can automate video and audio evidence redaction to save crucial officer time, reduce costs and comply with laws.
This webinar covered:
Redaction challenges for law enforcement
New police body camera release laws
Best practices for redacting video and audio evidence
Available AI technology - Veritone Redact demonstration
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