Using Video for Courts and Corrections

How Paulding County is Leading the Way

Date & Time
March 16, 2021 at 11 AM (EST)

Around the world, justice organizations are using video conferencing to facilitate remote court proceedings. While this trend has accelerated in recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced even more rapid video adoption and one of the early adopters is the Paulding County, GA government.

On March 16th Pexip and AVI-SPL will host a panel discussion with a special guest from the Paulding County Sheriff’s department. This panel discussion will look at how Paulding County is leading the way and how:

  • How video is being used to conduct normal business
  • The impact of COVID-19 the judicial system
  • Challenges faced
  • Lessons learned
  • And the future outlook

You can sign up to the event by registering on the form to the right.

Meet the Panelist

Colonel Chad Hunton

Chief Deputy
Paulding County Sheriff’s Office

Sterling Enfield

Services Account Manager, Southeast

Jay Bosch

Director-SLED North America

Andrew Henshaw

Grant Writer

Mike Asbury

Director, Enterprise Solutions



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