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Stay on Top of Records Release
While Law Enforcement agencies have implemented more ways to capture audio, video, and text-based evidence, many are now considering how to store and find key moments within their records to quickly respond to requests for release to the public. Regardless of your agency size or type, the impact of slowly responding to records requests can be damaging, yet the average agency lacks the resources and time to properly find and redact records with...
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Leveraging AI for Audio and Video Redaction
The proliferation of audio and video evidential media continues to be on a constant rise. From body-worn camera footage to surveillance cameras to jailhouse calls to mobile phone camera footage, all these types of audio and video files that agencies have on record or are part of an investigation are subject to public release if it is part of a legal matter or part of an open public records request. The challenge with this is that the redaction...
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