Jan Long of Pickaway County is among nine on the Attorney General's panel on facial recognition software
The Ohio Attorney General's office has released the names of those on an advisory panel concerning the use of a facial recognition program.
The advisory panel is made up of nine people - all of whom have ties to the criminal justice system. Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation Superintendent Tom Stickrath says it's a group of people with a ton of experience.
He says all of the meetings will be public. The first is on September 10th. The ACLU of Ohio, which has expressed concerns about the facial recognition system, had requested a seat on the panel, but was denied.
Pickaway County Juvenile Judge Jan Long is among those on the panel.
Yvette McGee Brown, Former Justice Ohio Supreme Court
Eve Stratton, Former Justice Ohio Supreme Court
James Stevenson, Shelby County Common Pleas Judge
David Phillips, Union County Prosecutor
Dan Jones, Ohio Public Defenders’ Administrative Counsel
Phil Stamitti, Lorain County Sheriff
Steve Robinette, Grove City Chief of Police
Dr. Kent Harshbarger, Montgomery County Coroner