Artificial Intelligence in Law Enforcement: From Theory to Practice

About

This comprehensive course is designed to equip law enforcement professionals with the tools and techniques to build the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into their daily operations. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of AI’s historical context, current applications, and potential in both enhancing law enforcement practices and detecting criminal misuse of AI. Join us to explore the transformative potential of AI in law enforcement, ensuring that officers are well-prepared to serve and protect their communities in the modern, tech-driven world.

Instructor Bio’s:

Kristina Peterson and Dr. Dennis Magliozzi have been teaching at Exeter High School since 2008. Kristina holds a master’s degree in teaching and has over a decade of experience mentoring teachers. Dennis has an MFA in poetry and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction. Together, they’ve consulted for SAU16, UNH, and Heinemann about AI. Their pioneering work on the impact of generative AI on writing instruction is part of an influential three-part blog series, upcoming podcast, and forthcoming book, tentatively titled Finding the Write Balance which is currently slated for a spring 2025 release. Their expertise and innovative approaches make them leading voices in the discussion on the intersection of AI and writing instruction.

Upcoming Class Dates

Jul 29: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dirigo Safety LLC
95 Main Street 3rd Floor
Auburn, ME, 04210
Price: $225
Available in person OR via Zoom