Police Officer wearing a Body Camera

Police Body Cameras: A Public Conversation about Data Privacy

With speakers from the cities of Minneapolis, Duluth and Burnsville, the ACLU of Minnesota, MnCOGI and legislative representatives.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
8:00 to 10:00 a.m.

Dorsey & Whitney LLP
50 South Sixth Street, Suite 1500
Minneapolis, MN 55402

With constitutional amendments and legislation currently pending, the Humphrey Policy Fellows welcome you to join us for a timely conversation about data privacy and the use of police body cameras in Minnesota. Regional thought leaders and actual practitioners who wrestle with and operationalize aspects of this 21st century topic will share their perspectives and experience.

There will be three panel discussions, including the following:

  • Municipal Experience: Hear directly from representatives from Minneapolis, Duluth and Burnsville on what’s working and what’s not, unanticipated issues and the advice they would give other Cities.
  • View from the Capitol: Hear from some of the most thoughtful legislators on the key issues they are grappling with.
  • Citizens in the Frame: Community groups explore various issues raised by police body cameras, from civil rights to media access to data storage.

Q&A sessions will follow each panel.

Humphrey School of Public Affairs members, friends, students, and all members of the public are invited to attend this free event.

CLE credit is not available for this program. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. and a complimentary breakfast will be provided.

If you plan on attending, please RSVP to Monica Avendano at
avendano.monica@dorsey.com by April 27.

 

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