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National Law Enforcement Museum

Doing it Right: Successful Advancement of Law Enforcement Technology

Improvements in law enforcement technology can save lives, protect officers, and make operations more efficient, but how do we ensure technological advancements are deployed successfully?  

Watch the replay of a National Law Enforcement Museum webinar held on June 29, 2022 that addresses the effectiveness of new technology, the accountability for ethical implementation, and the community engagement needed to educate the public about law enforcement responsibility. By pursuing better training and communication about new technology, we can support safer communities for everyone.

Moderator: Jim Burch, President, National Policing Institute  

Opening remarks: Hoan Ton-That, CEO-Founder, Clearview AI  


  • Armando R. Aguilar, Assistant Chief of Police, Criminal Investigations Division, Miami (FL) Police Department 

  • Det. Sgt. John Kadner, Cascade County (MT) Sheriff’s Office 

  • Ganesha Martin, VP of Community Affairs and Public Policy, Mark 43

  • Skylor Hearn, Director of Government Affairs, Clearview AI & Lt. Colonel (Retired), Texas DPS



Established in 1984, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring the fallen, telling the story of American law enforcement, and making it safer for those who serve.  The National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building is committed to preserving the history of American law enforcement and sharing the experiences of service and sacrifice for generations to come.   

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