Videos of 2021 SEARCH Symposium Presentations Now Available
Videorecorded presentations from the 2021 SEARCH Symposium on Justice Information Technology, Policy and Research, which was held July 13–14, in St. Louis, MO, are now available online for the public to view.
The videos are available on the dedicated 2021 SEARCH Symposium page through links embedded in the Symposium agenda.
SEARCH is hosting the 29 Symposium videos on the Vimeo platform; they include—
- A Welcome plenary address.
- Three keynote addresses: Technology, Policy, and Research.
- Twenty-four workshops across four Symposium tracks: Technology, Policy, Research, and Case Study. Topics addressed include Clean Slate implementation, NIBRS transition, NIEM, NICS, rap back, and a wide range of issues related to criminal justice information systems and criminal history records.
- A Roundtable plenary session featuring a discussion on “Resetting Recidivism Risk in Criminal Background Checks.”
There is no cost to access the videos, and users do not need to sign up for Vimeo in order to access and view the videos.
In addition, many of the speakers at the 2021 Symposium have provided their PowerPoint presentations, which users can view or download directly from the agenda as PDFs. (To see details on Symposium speakers and session abstracts, hover your mouse over each session.)
The 2021 SEARCH Symposium was held as a hybrid event, with presenters and attendees both onsite at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel and participating remotely via a digital event platform. SEARCH’s Symposium site includes links to resources from our 2019 Symposium, as well as information on our upcoming 2023 Symposium.
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