Paramus, New Jersey – June 20, 2016 – A veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will join NICE for an educational session on the challenges of investigations in a digital world at the National Sheriff’s Association (NSA) Conference and Exhibition on June 25, 2016. The presentation, “How to Stay Afloat in a Sea of Digital Evidence,” will focus on helping investigators overcome the challenges of manually collecting, analyzing and sharing evidence, to increase case closure rates. NICE’s Law Enforcement Business Development Manager, Jerry Rodriguez, will speak along with Lieutenant Pete Cachiero of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Jerry Rodriguez, formerly the Deputy Police Commissioner for the Baltimore Police Department, has nearly three decades of law enforcement experience. He will be joined by Lieutenant Pete Cachiero, a 31-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Lt. Cachiero oversees the daily operations and policing budget for the City of La Puente and its Special Assignment Team, and is currently the acting police chief for a contract city in the East Patrol Division.
The proliferation of CCTV cameras, body-worn cameras, and numerous other digital content sources is creating a sea of digital evidence. Successful investigations rely heavily on these siloed information sources. But collecting, analyzing, and securely sharing evidence is often a manual and time-consuming process. In the session “How to Stay Afloat in a Sea of Digital Evidence,” Rodriguez and Cachiero will discuss the challenges of investigations in a digital world and explain how investigators can automate the digital evidence collection and analysis process, streamline investigations, increase case closure rates, and facilitate successful prosecutions.
Saturday, June 25, 2016 from 3:45 – 4:45 p.m.
Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
The National Sheriff’s Association (NSA) Conference and Exhibition features more than 60 seminars and workshops covering all aspects of the duties and responsibilities of sheriff’s offices. The conference runs from June 24 to 29.
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