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Seminole Police Department Seminole Pinellas County FL Body-worn Cameras
The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $306,000 to the Seminole Police Department in 2018 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.
Agency: Seminole Police Department
State: FL
City: Seminole
County: Pinellas County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $306,000 to the Seminole Police Department in 2018 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.

Seminole Police Department Seminole Pinellas County FL Face Recognition Idemia
The Seminole Police Department is one of more than 275 law enforcement agencies with access to the Face Analysis Comparison & Examination System (FACES), a face recognition program maintained by the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. Investigators may upload an image to search more than 25-million Florida driver's license photos and mugshots.
Agency: Seminole Police Department
State: FL
City: Seminole
County: Pinellas County
Technology: Face Recognition
Vendor: Idemia

The Seminole Police Department is one of more than 275 law enforcement agencies with access to the Face Analysis Comparison & Examination System (FACES), a face recognition program maintained by the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. Investigators may upload an image to search more than 25-million Florida driver's license photos and mugshots.

Seminole Police Department Seminole Seminole County OK Body-worn Cameras
The Seminole Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 11 body-worn cameras in 2015.
Agency: Seminole Police Department
State: OK
City: Seminole
County: Seminole County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

The Seminole Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 11 body-worn cameras in 2015.