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Davidson County Sheriff's Office Lexington Davidson County NC Body-worn Cameras
The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $122,017 to the Davidson County Sheriff's Office in 2019 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.
Agency: Davidson County Sheriff's Office
State: NC
City: Lexington
County: Davidson County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
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The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $122,017 to the Davidson County Sheriff's Office in 2019 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.

Davidson County Sheriff's Office Lexington Davidson County NC Ring/Neighbors Partnership Ring
The Davidson County Sheriff's Office signed an agreement with Amazon's home surveillance equipment company, Ring, in April 2021 to gain special access to the company's Neighbors app.
Agency: Davidson County Sheriff's Office
State: NC
City: Lexington
County: Davidson County
Technology: Ring/Neighbors Partnership
Vendor: Ring

The Davidson County Sheriff's Office signed an agreement with Amazon's home surveillance equipment company, Ring, in April 2021 to gain special access to the company's Neighbors app.

Davidson County Sheriff's Office Nashville Davidson County TN Predictive Policing IBM
The Davidson County Sheriff's Office has access to a predictive analytics system developed by IBM to identify locations where vehicle crashes and DUIs are likely to occur. All 95 county sheriffs in the state access the system, which is managed by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Agency: Davidson County Sheriff's Office
State: TN
City: Nashville
County: Davidson County
Technology: Predictive Policing
Vendor: IBM

The Davidson County Sheriff's Office has access to a predictive analytics system developed by IBM to identify locations where vehicle crashes and DUIs are likely to occur. All 95 county sheriffs in the state access the system, which is managed by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.