Tech-enabled community-police collaborations for crime-solving • WEBINARPrint this page
February 21, 2024
How can you empower communities and police agencies to connect? The CAMSafe program is an innovative tool that began in Belleville, Ont., in 2021, but has spread across Ontario as a movement allowing the public to partner with police to solve crime and keep communities safe.
Register today to learn about how a barrier-free camera registry program that leverages technology can help law enforcement find evidence at no cost to police agencies or communities.
Date: February 21, 2024
Time: 11 a.m. EST
Speaker: S/Sgt. Jeremy Ashley, Belleville Police Service
Staff Sgt. Jeremy Ashley became an officer with the Belleville Police Service in 2009 following a decade-long career in photojournalism.
He has worked in a number of roles in the police service – from front-line patrol and the detective’s office to forensics. Jeremy has investigated and managed all varieties of incidents, whether vandals breaking into vehicles, international frauds to homicides and human trafficking investigations.
Currently, he is the Staff Sergeant in charge of the Operations Division for the Belleville Police Service, managing patrol and several specialty response units in the police service.
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