A recent AVI-SPL webinar looked at how Paulding County in Georgia is using video to make services more efficient and safer for its inmates and staff. The recording of this event is now available, and it’s a great chance for you to get firsthand insight into how video is helping improve services and workflows for court proceedings.
Learn about Paulding County’s experience with video arraignments
Mike Asbury, director of enterprise solutions for Pexip, led this discussion. He was joined by:
- Colonel Chad Hunton, chief deputy at the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office
- Sterling Enfield, account manager, AVI-SPL
- Jay Bosch, director of business development, AVI-SPL
- Andrew Henshaw, grant administration, Pexip
Hunton offers great insight into how Pexip video has connected inmates from a new detention facility with judges without having to be transported to court. This ability to collaborate over video has also helped his team deal with the pandemic, with outstanding results.
Funds for video conferencing systems
During this event, you’ll also learn about the grants and other funding vehicles available for municipalities. Andrew Henshaw leads grant administration with Pexip, and he provided a lot of great information, including:
- Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grants
- USDA Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grants
The panelists also answer questions from the webinar attendees, including:
- Acoustic considerations for creating similar systems
- The learning curve for employees
- Various of ways to use the system
- Interoperability with other platforms
Watch this webinar recording
Click on the button below to watch “Using Video for Courts and Corrections.” And if you have any questions or would like more information, contact AVI-SPL.