Eye on Policing: How Body Cameras Change Policing

Eye on Policing: How Body Cameras Change Law Enforcement

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Body-worn cameras are becoming a required tool for police officers in the United States. Communities nationwide are creating mandates for new technology, and federal money is being directed to the implementation of body-worn camera programs. But how will body-worn cameras impact policing? What changes will police officers and the communities they serve experience? Can body-worn cameras solve the big issues like lack of trust, lack of accountability, and miscommunication? The National Law Enforcement Museum is bringing together law enforcement and policy experts to discuss these questions and more. Join the conversation on Tuesday, December 8th.


Commander Marcus Jones Marcus Jones serves as Commander of the Montgomery County (MD) Police Department’s Third District. He is a former National Chairman for the National Black Police Association and represents that organization on the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund’s Board of Directors.
Mr. Jay Stanley Jay Stanley is a Senior Policy Analyst with the American Civil Liberties Union’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project. He wrote the ACLU’s first white paper on body-worn cameras, and continues to refine the organization’s recommendations.
Mr. Michael Wagers Michael Wagers is the Chief Operating Officer for the Seattle Police Department. He has been instrumental in conducting the Department’s six-month body-worn camera pilot program, and is currently developing policies for a full-scale camera program.
Dr. Michael White Dr. Michael White is the Associate Director of Arizona State University’s Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety. He has testified before the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing on body-worn camera programs. Prior to earning his Ph.D., White worked as a deputy sheriff in Pennsylvania.

Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Program: 7:00-8:30 pm
Reception at 6:00 pm
Light Hors d' Oeuvres, Beer, and Wine

Burke Theatre at the U.S. Navy Memorial
701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Free Admission

Registration is required; space is limited.


RSVP by Friday, December 4, 2015.

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