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Aerial Assets: UAS In Law Enforcement
Recorded: March 5, 2015 | 2:00 PM CST

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Presenters:
Moderator:
Patrick C. Miller

Staff Writer, UAS Magazine
James Mackler
Attorney, Bone McAllester Norton
Anthony Galante Lead Instructor, Unmanned Safety Institute Dean Attridge
Co-owner, Sentinel Air LLC
Alan Frazier
Deputy and chief UAS pilot, Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Department; and associate professor of aviation, UND School of Aerospace Science

Law enforcement is one area in which unmanned aerial systems continue to expand and are being used on a daily basis by more and more agencies. As a relatively new technology, agencies seek to understand which platforms and sensor payloads will best meet their needs. Training requirements, Federal Aviation Administration regulations, legal issues and dealing with public reactions are all part of the emerging UAS landscape in the law enforcement field. Join us on Thursday, March 5, when our panel of UAS experts share insights based on their firsthand experience in handling the issues and challenges of incorporating UAS technology into a law enforcement and learn how it can serve as a force multiplier tool.