Force Science Two-Day Body Worn Camera Seminar (Sept. 5-6, 2018)
The seminar is only available to attorneys and members of the law enforcement community. Identification confirming employment may be required to be provided upon request.
Payments made are non-refundable. Refunds will only be given in case of class cancellection.
The Force Science Institute is proud to make this special presentation in response to the rapidly increasing focus and reliance on video footage and other recordings of law enforcement-involved encounters.
Taught by Dr. Bill Lewinski, Executive Director of the Force Science Institute, and his team of co-instructors, the program will include exploration of timely topics, including:
The strengths and limitations of body cameras and other recording devices
Human memory vs. Electronic Recording
Understanding and explaining what a camera sees may not be what an officer sees during a high-stress, rapidly unfolding force encounter
The impact of lighting, camera angle, and frame rate on recordings of fast-moving events
Recommendations and timing considerations related to whether officers should view video of their encounters before submitting to formal interviews
Technology and techniques that can help agencies "flesh out" two-dimensional video footage in an effort to present the most realistic picture of an officer's sensory experience during a high-stress, rapidly unfolding force encounter
Tips for appropriately presenting and positioning footage of a filmed force encounter in a manner that helps maximize understanding of the realities of human performance
This training is CLEET accredited.
Your payment to the FOP Foundation which is a 501 (c)(3) is appreciated.