In light of the passage of the Illinois Police Reform Act, this session will discuss the implementation of body cameras and the municipal impacts of the new law. The presenters will also share concerns about the laws possible chilling effects on police departments ability to serve and protect and offer proactive measures to address concerns while maintaining the spirit of the law.
New Lenox Police Chief Louis Alessandrini and Deputy Chief Micah Nuesse will discuss the good, the bad and ugly of their recent implementation of body cameras. Julie Tappendorf, Equity Partner at Ancel, Glink, will discuss the municipal legal implications of the Police Reform Act, and the President of the Illinois Chiefs of Police, Chief James Black from Crystal Lake will share their concerns, and offer proactive amendments that do not diminish the positive aspects of the law, but address practical concerns in regards to enacting the Law, as currently written.
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Metro Luncheon-Lights, Body Camera, Hopefully not Leading to Inaction
March 25, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm