Harness AI to Identify Suspects Faster
Featuring Anaheim Police Department’s Lucy Hernandez, Investigator – Gang Investigations Unit; Vy Do, Civilian Investigator – Gang Suppression Detail; and Cynthia Espinoza, Homicide Senior Office Specialist
The old adage that “time is the most valuable thing a man can spend” is so true once a crime has been committed and you’re out to find what happened and who did it.
Your investigators and crime analysts can spend thousands of hours sifting through arrest records, asking colleagues or polling the public to identify perpetrators in video and photographic evidence, stalling investigations and driving case clearance rates down. It’s not only a race against time, but it can also be some precious time wasted.
Join host, Daniel Wong, as he moderates a discussion with Anaheim Police Department: Lucy Hernandez, Investigator – Gang Investigations Unit, Vy Do, Civilian Investigator – Gang Suppression Detail; and Cynthia Espinoza, Homicide Senior Office Specialist; and Ben Ha, Solutions Architect of Veritone, and on Wednesday, March 18, 2019 at 1:00PM ET / 10:00AM PT on how Veritone’s AI solution, called IDentify, has helped a number the U.S. local and state law enforcement agencies tap into their arrest records to identify potential suspects faster, accelerate case clearance, saving time and money for the department and the taxpayers.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How AI is making a difference in time and money in helping you identify and capture suspects faster
- See a live product demonstration of Veritone IDentify
- Discuss the benefits and importance of sharing arrest records across precincts
- Learn how U.S. local and state law enforcement agencies are having success with Veritone IDentify
You definitely don’t want to miss out on this webinar!
Join the webinar on March 18th at 10am PST / 1pm EST to learn more.
Click here to register.