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Oklahoma 27th District Attorney's Office Wagoner Adair County, Cherokee County, Sequoyah County, Wagoner County OK Automated License Plate Readers Rekor Systems
The District Attorneys Council has installed Rekor Systems automated license plate readers across the state as part of its Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Program.
Agency: Oklahoma 27th District Attorney's Office
State: OK
City: Wagoner
County: Adair County, Cherokee County, Sequoyah County, Wagoner County
Technology: Automated License Plate Readers
Vendor: Rekor Systems

The District Attorneys Council has installed Rekor Systems automated license plate readers across the state as part of its Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Program.

Wagoner Police Department Wagoner Wagoner County OK Body-worn Cameras Axon
The Wagoner Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 15 Axon body-worn cameras in 2014.
Agency: Wagoner Police Department
State: OK
City: Wagoner
County: Wagoner County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor: Axon

The Wagoner Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 15 Axon body-worn cameras in 2014.

Tulsa Police Department Tulsa Osage County, Rogers County, Tulsa County, Wagoner County OK Automated License Plate Readers Flock Safety
The Tulsa Police Department piloted Flock Safety automated license plate readers in 2021 and began permanently installing the cameras in 2022.
Agency: Tulsa Police Department
State: OK
City: Tulsa
County: Osage County, Rogers County, Tulsa County, Wagoner County
Technology: Automated License Plate Readers
Vendor: Flock Safety

The Tulsa Police Department piloted Flock Safety automated license plate readers in 2021 and began permanently installing the cameras in 2022.

Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office Sallisaw Sequoyah County OK Body-worn Cameras
The Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office received $5,250 from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to purchase 20 body-worn cameras through the 2022 Small, Rural, Tribal BWC Microgrant program.
Agency: Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office
State: OK
City: Sallisaw
County: Sequoyah County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

The Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office received $5,250 from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to purchase 20 body-worn cameras through the 2022 Small, Rural, Tribal BWC Microgrant program.

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

The Roland Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase five WatchGuard body-worn cameras in 2015.

Muldrow Police Department Muldrow Sequoyah County OK Body-worn Cameras Axon
The Muldrow Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase eight Axon body-worn cameras in 2014.
Agency: Muldrow Police Department
State: OK
City: Muldrow
County: Sequoyah County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor: Axon

The Muldrow Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase eight Axon body-worn cameras in 2014.

Tahlequah Police Department Tahlequah Cherokee County OK Body-worn Cameras Pro-Vision
The Tahlequah Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 30 Pro-Vision body-worn cameras in 2014.
Agency: Tahlequah Police Department
State: OK
City: Tahlequah
County: Cherokee County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor: Pro-Vision

The Tahlequah Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 30 Pro-Vision body-worn cameras in 2014.

Sallisaw Police Department Sallisaw Sequoyah County OK Body-worn Cameras Axon
The Sallisaw Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 16 Axon body-worn cameras in 2014. As of January 2020, all patrol officers wear body-worn cameras.
Agency: Sallisaw Police Department
State: OK
City: Sallisaw
County: Sequoyah County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor: Axon

The Sallisaw Police Department received federal Justice Assistance Grant money to purchase 16 Axon body-worn cameras in 2014. As of January 2020, all patrol officers wear body-worn cameras.