Attorney Eric P. Daigle
Attorney Eric R. Atstupenas
Captain Spencer Fomby
Attorney Carrie Hill
Carrie Hill is an attorney and national criminal justice consultant. She has dedicated her thirty-year career to providing criminal justice consulting and professional development seminars in correctional law to educate and empower those working in the correctional industry. She is the Chief Jail Advisor for the National Sheriffs’ Association and the Executive Director for the Massachusetts Sheriffs’ Association.
Mickey H. Osterreicher
Mickey H. Osterreicher serves as general counsel to the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA). He is an award-winning photojournalist with over forty years’ experience in print and broadcast and has been a uniformed reserve deputy sheriff with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) since 1976. Osterreicher was a member of the IACP Public Recording of Police advisory committee and helped draft the manuals and provide training on this issue. He has also instructed at previous Use of Force Summits as well as numerous annual IACP and National Sheriffs Association (NSA) meetings and provided training on this subject to many law enforcement agencies nationwide, including: Washington, D.C., Tampa, Cleveland, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Denver and Milwaukee. He is also certified under the National Incident Management System (NIMS). The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) honored him in 2015 as a “Fellow of the Society,” the highest professional honor given by the Society for extraordinary contribution to the profession.
Captain Joseph Race, Esq.
Attorney Zayid A. Saleem
Zayid A. Saleem serves the City of Memphis as a Senior Assistant City Attorney and acts as General Counsel to the Director of Police Services and the Police Command Staff. He has over ten years of experience and expertise in matters pertaining to police disciplinary actions, policy development, legislative enactment and in-service and officer developmental training specializing in constitutional policing practices. In addition, he has successfully litigated numerous cases through trial and appeal on behalf of the Memphis Police Department and other divisions of city government in both state and federal courts.
Zayid has taught nationally at a variety of legal education seminars for practicing attorneys and police executives on law enforcement issues relating to litigation management, police liability issues and the First Amendment. In addition to his professional pursuits, he is active in the Memphis legal community through his pro bono efforts and as a Youth Court volunteer for the Shelby County Juvenile Court. He is an active member of the Memphis Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Tennessee Board of Law Examiners Investigative Committee, American Bar Association and the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police. He serves on the board of the Ben F. Jones Chapter of the National Bar Association and the Legal Officers Section of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.