How does surveillance impact racial justice and public safety in Piedmont and our broader community? Join PREC, PADC, Piedmont League of Women Voters, and our panelists for a discussion on new surveillance technologies to monitor, track, and predict the actions of citizens.
Matthew Guariglia, Policy Analyst
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Mathew works on surveillance and privacy issues at the local. state, and federal levels. He is the Editor of "Disciplining the City," a series on the history of urban policing and incarceration for The Metropole.
Jeremy Bowers, Chief of Police
Piedmont Police Department
Before becoming Piedmont's Chief of Police in 2016, Chief Bowers was with the San Jose Police Department for 15 years. He served as Lieutenant of the Training Division and the Bureau of Field of Operations.
Brian Hofer, Chair and Executive Director
Brian is the Chair of the City of Oakland Privacy Advisory Commission and Chair of the Domain Awareness Center Ad Hoc Privacy Committee that curtailed the expansion of a city-wide surveillance systems in Oakland.
Jennifer Jones, Technology & Civil Liberties Fellow
ACLU of Northern California
Jennifer defends and promotes civil rights and civil liberties in the digital age, with a focus on the intersection of government surveillance, immigrants rights, and racial justice.