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Wyoming Police Department Wyoming Stark County IL Body-worn Cameras
The Wyoming Police Department uses two body-worn cameras, which are shared among six officers.
Agency: Wyoming Police Department
State: IL
City: Wyoming
County: Stark County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
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The Wyoming Police Department uses two body-worn cameras, which are shared among six officers.

Wyoming Police Department Wyoming Kent County MI Face Recognition
The Wyoming Police Department has desktop access to Michigan State Police's face recognition system, the Statewide Network of Agency Photos (SNAP).
Agency: Wyoming Police Department
State: MI
City: Wyoming
County: Kent County
Technology: Face Recognition
Vendor:

The Wyoming Police Department has desktop access to Michigan State Police's face recognition system, the Statewide Network of Agency Photos (SNAP).

Wyoming Police Department Wyoming Kent County MI Automated License Plate Readers
The Wyoming Police Department announced in December 2021 it would install 12 automatic license plate readers throughout the city.
Agency: Wyoming Police Department
State: MI
City: Wyoming
County: Kent County
Technology: Automated License Plate Readers
Vendor:

The Wyoming Police Department announced in December 2021 it would install 12 automatic license plate readers throughout the city.

Wyoming Police Department Wyoming Hamilton County OH Ring/Neighbors Partnership Ring
The Wyoming Police Department signed an agreement with Amazon's home surveillance equipment company, Ring, in 2019 to gain special access to the company's Neighbors app.
Agency: Wyoming Police Department
State: OH
City: Wyoming
County: Hamilton County
Technology: Ring/Neighbors Partnership
Vendor: Ring

The Wyoming Police Department signed an agreement with Amazon's home surveillance equipment company, Ring, in 2019 to gain special access to the company's Neighbors app.