A Free Virtual TALK Event
Topic: Sustainable Solutions for Courts, Jails, and Social Services in Kentucky: Cisco Connected Justice
DATE: Nov. 17, 2020
Time: 1 PM ET
Register: On Eventbrite
For: All Interested Tech & Business Professionals
Speaker: Daniel Stewart, Cisco Senior Justice Advisor presents Cisco’s Connected Justice Solution
The primary objective of Justice and Corrections organizations is to keep citizens, communities, and public spaces safe. Additionally, organizational needs demand faster response, improved operational efficiency, and reduced costs. By leveraging technology in new ways Social and Justice agencies can better adapt to the changing landscape due to the pandemic.
While caseloads and inmate populations are growing, expectations are rising. Demands are increasing for critical communications across a growing spectrum of voice, data, and video. Judges, attorneys, inmates, case workers, and mental health professionals must adapt to new ways of accomplishing their missions both during and after the pandemic.
Cisco Systems brings solutions to address these needs with flexibility to adapt to an ever-changing landscape of living in a new era.
Our Key Presenter: Daniel Stewart, Cisco Senior Justice Advisor presents Cisco’s Connected Justice Solution
As an advocate for Connected Justice Solutions at Cisco, Daniel Stewart is dedicated to helping the Criminal Justice community improve the use of technology with clear returns on investments and increased safety and security.
Prior to joining Cisco, Stewart’s efforts as Chairman and Commissioner of the New York State Commission of Correction led to one of the widest growing video integration projects in the country. By year-end 2011, over 50% of New York State’s County Jails were operating on video platform technology enhancements for inmate services.
Stewart led the regulatory oversight agency of the New York State Correction System including state prison facilities, county jail facilities, New York City Department of Correction (Riker’s Island), secure juvenile facilities and police department lockups. Stewart served three terms as Mayor to the City of Plattsburgh, New York, where he helped achieve the national ranking of #1 Small City in the United States by Site Selection Magazine for small city development opportunities. He was a team member in the re-use of the former Plattsburgh Air Force Base upon its closure, widely recognized as the best re-use example of a military facility asset in the United States.
Stewart also served his country as a Sergeant in the United States Air Force as a member of the Strategic Air Command.