Is there a legitimate role for facial recognition in policing and law enforcement?

The Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner invites you to hear the evidence of experts and make your own judgement

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Is there a legitimate role for facial recognition in policing and law enforcement?

London School of Economics 14 June 2022

To get a better understanding of how facial recognition technology in policing and law enforcement is seen, the Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner is planning an event for expert witnesses to provide evidence on whether there is a legitimate role for facial recognition in policing and law enforcement.

Audience members will be able to ask questions to test the strength of the opposing arguments and form their own opinions on who has the most compelling testimony.

Admission is free, you can register for tickets via the eventbrite link.

If you have any further queries, please contact enquiries@obscc.org.uk.


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Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner

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