May 29

Watch Now

Video has changed the game in the public safety space. On the plus side, it helps solve crimes. On the negative side, it demands an inordinate amount of time from the staff who have to collect, manage, review and share it as part of the investigation process. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Join us on May 29, 2018 at 11am PST to learn how a digital evidence management system (DEMS) allows you to focus more on collaborating effectively with other agencies, attorneys and organizations when an incident occurs and less on manual processes.

Register now to learn:
• Current trends and challenges around evidence management
• How to implement a DEMS and the ways its currently used
• The advantages of a DEMS, such as sharing, redacting and ensuring the privacy of video recordings


Mark Stout

Mark Stout

Chief of Police, Putnam City Campus Police

For the past 15 years, Mark Stout has been the Chief of Police of Putnam City School Campus Police, in Oklahoma City. Mark has over 30 years of experience in law enforcement and he is also involved in Homeland Security, and is also a Certified Instructor for Dept. of Homeland Security. Mark is a graduate of 196th Session of the FBI National Academy and has Advanced Law Enforcement Certification from the State of Oklahoma. Graduate of the University of Oklahoma.

Erick Ceresato

Erick Ceresato

Product Line Manager, Genetec

As Product Line Manager for cloud and mobile solutions, Erick oversees the vision and product strategy for the Genetec cloud and mobile portfolio. Working in collaboration with the sales teams and customers, Erick is responsible for identifying new market opportunities and technology trends to establish product roadmaps, pricing strategies, and the lifecycle of the product lines. Erick joined Genetec in 2012 as a Product Marketing Manager, where he conducted market research and developed go-to-market activities for the company.

Joe Panora

Joe Panora — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Joe Panora has over 34 years of state public service with fourteen (14) years serving in the Correctional Safety/Public Safety Law Enforcement as IT Director/Chief Information Officer (CIO). He was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger and Governor Brown to serve as Director of the Enterprise Information Services (EIS) for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), since January 2008. During his career, Joe has also served for the following departments: Caltrans, Franchise Tax Board, Employment Development Department, State Controller’s Office and California Youth Authority. Joe retired from state service as the Director of EIS for CDCR in December 2014.Joe holds a Masters degree in Business Administration and Telecommunications, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting, and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).