LA Chapter Meeting - Body Worn Technology

  • 29 Jan 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (PST)
  • Tucker Ellis LLP | 515 Flower Street, Forty-Second Floor Los Angeles, CA 90071

Kick the New Year off right with your fellow WiE-LA members and the Los Angeles City Attorney's office for this fascinating presentation on a topic we've not seen in any prior meeting. We'll learn about the specific body-worn technology used by the LAPD, the unique data management challenges posed by the data it generates, and the tools the City Attorney's office uses to collect and and analyze that data.

Many thanks to our generous lunch sponsor, longtime friend and supporter of WiE-LA, Express Discovery Solutions (a division of ExpressNetwork) , and to our host Firm, Tucker Ellis LLP. Take a moment to register and get this exciting meeting on your calendar now, because you do not want to miss this.

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About the Speaker

Sean C. Tyler, ACP, Certified Paralegal, is an original team member of the Prosecution Technology Unit in Strategic Justice Systems for the Office of the Los Angeles City Attorney. The Unit was the first in the country dedicated to the use of body-worn technology in furtherance of criminal prosecutions. Sean also helps train attorneys with regard to body-worn technology and the management of digital evidence. He is the current Executive Vice President of the Los Angeles Paralegal Association (LAPA) and an Instructor, Screening Committee Member, and Advisory Board Member for the UCLA Extension Paralegal Training Program. Sean has been a regional and national presenter at the American Association for Paralegal Education on the topics of marketing and career services, and has presented networking techniques for the Los Angeles Paralegal Association, and Career Skills and Development for Homeboy Industries. A graduate of the UCLA Extension Paralegal Training Program, Sean is a Certified Paralegal and Advanced Certified Paralegal in eDiscovery.

About Our Chapter's Charitable Work

WiE-LA supports the Downtown Women’s Center and welcomes donations of your good quality, clean, new or gently used clothing, shoes and handbags at our meetings (full list of acceptable items here).

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