Participants in the On the Record, All the Time National Forum will be selected to represent the full range of stakeholders involved in creating, managing, and providing access to audiovisual evidence for the long term. We are currently finalizing the participant list — confirmed participants include:

Legal and policy experts

  • Jason R. Baron, Of Counsel, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Rémi Boivin, Centre International de Criminologie Comparée
  • Mary Fan, University of Washington’s School of Law
  • Jeffrey Vagle, Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, Penn Law School
  • Brian A. Jackson, Senior Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Law enforcement leadership and professional groups


Activists and public watchdog groups

Information professionals and digital preservation experts

Working groups comprising participants from across these stakeholder communities will be formed in the weeks leading up to the National Forum event, and will compile resources and prepare agendas for major topics to be addressed at the Forum:

  • Technical futures and challenges
  • Core competencies, education and training needs
  • Curriculum review
  • Delivery models for professional and continuing education
  • Identification of key resources and literature review