April 19 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
Body Cam Part 2 - Technology and Usage Issues are Growing
There continues to be significant debate regarding the benefits and risks of body camera usage. Federal and State Laws are evolving regarding the information collected and stored by cameras, with input from the ACLU. In addition, issues are arising regarding how body cameras can support workers’ compensation claims made by officers. Improvements in technology have been surging upward and body cameras will soon have the ability to automatically activate and include real-time facial recognition technology. This webinar is designed to be an advanced program to provide a high level of Body Camera-related information that should be considered when evaluating their usage.
- Increased awareness of laws that govern body camera information storage
- Knowledge of body camera technological advancements
- Overall understanding of the benefits and risks of body camera usage
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Spiers has been in the insurance industry since 1980. Since 1985, he has been a claim executive in the reinsurance and excess marketplace and has been with Genesis Management and Insurance Services, a subsidiary of General Reinsurance, since 1997. Spiers has extensive nationwide experience handling the wide array of claims faced by Public Entities, K-12 School Districts, and the Higher Education sector. Based in Chicago, he has worked for Transamerica Insurance Group, Northbrook Excess & Surplus Insurance Company, CNA Insurance, and Allstate Reinsurance. A graduate of Northern Illinois University, Spiers is a member of the Society of CPCU, and holds Associate Designations in Risk Management and Reinsurance. Spiers has been developing and presenting insurance industry related training sessions to a variety of client and industry groups for more than 20 years.
Samuel C. Hall, Jr. is a shareholder at the law firm of Crivello Carlson, S.C., working primarily from the firm’s Chicago and Milwaukee offices. He received his bachelor’s degree and law degree from Marquette University. His principal practice focuses on civil rights litigation and appellate practice. Sam has successfully defended many government officials, law enforcement officers and municipalities in cases involving alleged civil rights violations. Sam is admitted to practice and has defended law enforcement in Wisconsin, Illinois and New York state courts, the United States Supreme Court, the Third, Fifth, and Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and federal district courts in Wisconsin, Illinois, New York, Texas and Pennsylvania. Sam received “AV-Preeminent” peer and judicial ratings by Martindale-Hubbell for his civil rights defense and appellate work. Sam has been a keynote speaker and lecturer for various law enforcement organizations and was also an instructor for a Master’s level course offered by the University of Wisconsin for law enforcement command staff.