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Learn how AI technology is revolutionizing law enforcement

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Register to attend this webinar on Thursday, May 30, at 1 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. CT / 10 a.m. PT by completing the “Register for this Police1 Webinar” box on this page!

Join us for a captivating webinar that explores the profound impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on modern law enforcement techniques. Delve into how AI expedites investigations, uncovers crucial evidence, and transforms how to solve crimes through engaging real-life examples and compelling case studies. Whether you’re seasoned law enforcement or new to the field, this webinar is tailored to expand your understanding and proficiency in utilizing AI tools in investigative processes. Gain valuable insights on the use of AI in investigations while addressing common concerns and misconceptions. Don’t miss this opportunity to revolutionize your approach to digital investigations—register now and stay ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of law enforcement.

You will:

  • Gain an understanding of AI and its pivotal role in law enforcement investigations.
  • Explore real-world examples and case studies illustrating the benefits of leveraging AI tools in expediting investigations and uncovering critical evidence.
  • Understand how AI can expedite case resolution.



L - R: Amelia Quan, Jennifer Gudaitis

Amelia Quan, Director of Product Business Management - Investigative Analytics at Cellebrite, is a visionary leader with a deep understanding of the intersection between technology and public service. Her unwavering commitment to empowering government agencies through innovative solutions sets her apart. Amelia’s expertise lies in harnessing cutting-edge technology to address complex challenges faced by the public sector. From optimizing case management systems to enhancing data analytics for investigative purposes, she is at the forefront of driving positive change.

Jennifer Gudaitis’ professional journey began as an enlisted member in the United States Navy, where she served as a Cryptologist at the National Security Agency. Transitioning to the civilian domain, she joined a government contractor specializing in defense and security, assuming the role of Network Security Engineer. Jennifer then transitioned into a career in law enforcement, where she amassed fourteen years of experience across various domains, ranging from Patrol to the Special Victims Unit. Progressing to the rank of Sergeant in the Homicide/Robbery Unit, she contributed to numerous high-profile investigations within specialized task forces, including Cold Case and Officer-Involved Shooting Investigations. In 2021, Jennifer Gudaitis joined Cellebrite, bringing a wealth of diverse experience to bear, ensuring clients receive solutions that align with their agency objectives. As a Solutions Engineer at Cellebrite, Jennifer Gudaitis serves as a link between technical requirements and the strategic objectives of the company’s customers. Her primary objective is to comprehend the unique requirements of each customer and craft customized solutions leveraging Cellebrite’s suite of products and services. Jennifer collaborates closely with diverse teams across functions to guarantee seamless execution and successful outcomes.