The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) has released the remaining podcasts for the BJA Body-Worn Camera (BWC) Podcast Series. The below interviews are moderated by BJA Senior Policy Advisors Mike Roosa and Carmen Facciolo, as well as BJA Contractor, Todd Maxwell. The subject-matter experts in the BWC interviews share their practical experiences involving the research, implementation, policy formation, and other areas of interest that are trending around BWCs.
The BWC podcast series includes interviews on the following topics:
- The Research Perspective with Dr. Michael White, Arizona State University
- The Early Adopter Perspective with Chief Sean Whent, Oakland (CA) Police Department
- The Research Perspective with Dr. Charles Katz, Arizona State University
- The International Perspective with Inspector Steve Goodier, Hampshire Constabulary (United Kingdom)
- The Judicial Perspective with the Honorable Barbara Rodriguez Mundell, Arizona Superior Court, Maricopa County
- The International Perspective with Deputy Chief Trevor Daroux and Staff Sergeant Asif Rashid, Calgary (Canada) Police Services
- The Small Agency Perspective with Chief Gregory Zyburt, Charter Township of Chocolay Michigan
- The Medium Agency Perspective with Chief Chris Magnus and Deputy Chief Allwyn Brown, Richmond (CA) Police Department
- The Union Perspective with Commander Horace Frank, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE)
- The Technology Perspective with Officer Dave Burke, Oakland (CA) Police Department
- The Union Perspective with Dennis Slocumb, International Union of Police Associations (IUPA)
The podcasts can be found on iTunes by searching “BJA BWC” in podcasts, or by clicking here. Questions? See the Justice Podcast Series Frequently Asked Questions for more information on how to download BJA’s podcasts through iTunes.
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