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Date:
November 29
Time:
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
https://www.naag.org/my-account/#/events/017bf335-6449-ec11-8c60-000d3a5cb2d9

Organizer

Emily Parsons
Email:
eparsons@naag.org

Venue

Virtual

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Monday, November 29, 2021 at 2:30 P.M. – 3:30 P.M. ET

Please join us on Monday, November 29 at 2:30 p.m. ET to hear from experts who will speak to challenges working with social media companies to detect and deter real-world violence and other public safety issues. The experts will discuss tech company quality of service issues including service provider responsiveness, evidence access, the request for information process, timeliness, etc., along with the creation and role of the National Domestic Communication Assistance Center. Experts will provide firsthand knowledge of these challenges and potential ways forward.

Hosts

  • Leevin T. Camacho, Guam Attorney General
  • Clare E. Connors, Hawaii Attorney General

Moderator

  • Ben Bawden, Partner, Brooks Bawden Moore, LLC

Panelists

  • Louis Grever, Executive Director, Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies
  • Chris Kelly, Director, Digital Evidence Laboratory, Massachusetts Attorney General Office
  • Richard Littlehale, Assistant Director for Technology and Innovation, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation

Registration

This training is a closed session for attorneys general and attorney general staff only. Please email Emily Parsons at  for additional assistance or questions.

The registration deadline is Monday, November 29 at noon ET.

If you have created your NAAG account and receive an error message when trying to register, please make sure you have entered your organization under your profile. You may need to wait up to 24 hours after your account is verified by your office before being able to register for this forum.

CLE Credit

NAGTRI will apply for CLE for attendees eligible under CLE accrediting body guidelines.