TOC Con Presenter
Mary Izadi

Constitutional Policing Advisor for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in California.

Mary Izadi will speak about

First Amendment Implications of Moderating Content for Law Enforcement Social Media and Policy Best Practices

Social media is necessary for law enforcement agencies to provide public safety information and engage the community regarding agency policies and practices.

Do your social media administrators understand the First Amendment implications of a government social media account?

Are your agency policies and practices related to content moderation exposing your agency to unnecessary litigation risk?

This training will discuss the law and provide practical guidance regarding policies and procedures for content moderation.

Mary Izadi’s Bio

Mary Izadi is the Constitutional Policing Advisor for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in California. As a member of the executive command, she makes recommendations and advises on constitutional law, accountability, adherence to best practices, and policies and procedures.

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Mary served over 11 years as a prosecutor with the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office.

She handled numerous jury trials, including cases featured on America’s Most Wanted and other national television programs.

Mary is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Legal Officers Section. In this role, she has served on working groups developing multiple model policies for police agencies.

She also is a California POST-certified instructor and serves on the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement Training, Education and Standards Committee and the Constitutional Rights Foundation, Law Day Committee assisting in training and education on Police Practices and Constitutional Law issues.

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