Watch as the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance’s Chief Business Officer, Kevin Wennekes, interviews Chief Jonathan Parham of Linden Police Department in New Jersey on the early-stage developments of a new research study assessing the human factors in Body Worn Camera (BWC) data.
In this 20-minute briefing, Chief Parham, along with the project’s chief advisor, Valarie Findlay, Research Fellow, Police Foundation (U.S.), provide details around Project Metanoia: an innovative project seeing to establish a data framework for gathering, categorizing and analysing data from body-worn video footage.
As described during the interview, Project Metanoia moves beyond viewing BWC video as evidence documentation and treats it as a valuable source of indicators that, when properly analysed, can be mined to enhance CI training, policies and operational standards and programs, such crisis intervention, community relations or crime reduction. The underlying purpose is to yield contextual data that is relevant to law enforcement, and highly usable, measurable and comparative, so that it can be easily integrated into other data systems using a standard methodology.
The project database, as it develops will allow for evaluation and reporting of critical data from officer and subject actions, decomposed into incident types, procedural indicators, interaction outcomes, a myriad of causal and correlative factors through the analysis of human factors, and behavioural and physiological indicators (behavioural, physical, auditory, verbal, etc.).
Chief Parham also provides insights that will be of key interest to any public safety organizations seeking to adopt BWC as he offers advice and practical experience in matters related to their effectiveness, costs, impact on staffing and resources, and application in the field.
View this video at: https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/chiefparham-metanoia
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To arrange your interview, a team interview, or to recommend an interview subject, contact Kevin Wennekes at email@example.com or by calling (613) 769-8614.
In a candid and intimately revealing interview, eCrime Cyber Council member, Valarie Findlay, describes her on-going struggle in dealing with criminal cyber harassment and the impact it has had not just in the virtual world, but the very real-world consequences as well.
View this video here: https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/valariefindlayecc
Recently, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) directed all telephone and mobile wireless companies to update their networks in order to be ready to provide next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) services by 2020. Watch this 6-minute briefing with Bill Elliott, member of the CRTC’s Emergency Services Working Group (ESWG) and 9-1-1 Advisor for FOX GROUP, as he provides an overview of the CRTC decision and its impact to industry, provinces, and ultimately every Canadian citizen.
View this video at https://vimeo.com/catatechnow/ng911billelliott
For the first time in their respective histories, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) and CATAAlliance have joined forces to create a joint advisory body supporting the advancement of the national cybercrime strategy for Canada. More at: http://cata.ca/Communities/PSAB/News/psab_nr0271701.html
Check out CATAAlliance’s Vimeo Channels related to public safety and security.
Public Safety & Security Channel – over 100 interviews now available: https://vimeo.com/channels/securitypublicsafety
Cybercrime Confidential – newly launched in support of the eCrime Cyber Council mandate: https://vimeo.com/channels/cybercrimeconfidential
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