The Oklahoma City Fraternal Order of Police is proud to announce that we will be hosting a two-day course from the Force Science Institute. The course is titled "Understanding Issues Related to Body Camera & Other Recordings in Law Enforcement." The class will be held September 5-6, 2018 at 1624 South Agnew in Oklahoma City. The class will be taught by Dr. Bill Lewinski and his team of co-instructors.
Force Science is well known for the quality of the seminars that they present. This is a rare opportunity to get to experience this exceptional training here in Oklahoma. The class is open to members of the law enforcement community and attorneys who need a better understanding of body cameras and other recordings.
Other topics covered in the course include:
* The strengths and limitations of body cameras and other recording devices that need to be understood and considered during investigations.
* Human memory vs. electronic recordings: Why the two may differ dramatically and the implications of that reality during force investigations.
* Understanding and explaining why what the camera sees may not be what an officer sees during a high-stress, rapidly unfolding force encounter.
* The impact of lighting, camera angle and frame rate on recording of fast-moving events.
* Recommendations and timing considerations related to whether officers should view video of their encounters before submitting to formal interviews.
* Technology and techniques that can help agencies "flesh out" two-dimensional video footage in an effort to present the most realistic picture of an officer's sensory experience during a high-stress, rapidly unfolding force encounter.
* Tips for appropriately presenting footage of a filmed encounter in a manner that helps maximize understanding of the realities of human performance.
Contact: If you need more information regarding the seminar please call 405-236-4631 or email email@example.com . If you need more information about the Force Science Institute you may visit www.forcescience.org.