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Redondo Beach Police Department Redondo Beach Los Angeles County CA Body-worn Cameras
The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $190,000 to the Redondo Beach Police Department in 2019 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.
Agency: Redondo Beach Police Department
State: CA
City: Redondo Beach
County: Los Angeles County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $190,000 to the Redondo Beach Police Department in 2019 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.

Redondo Beach Police Department Redondo Beach Los Angeles County CA Automated License Plate Readers Vigilant Solutions
The Redondo Beach Police Department scanned 6,637,751 license plates in 2018 using Vigilant Solutions automated license plate readers.
Agency: Redondo Beach Police Department
State: CA
City: Redondo Beach
County: Los Angeles County
Technology: Automated License Plate Readers
Vendor: Vigilant Solutions

The Redondo Beach Police Department scanned 6,637,751 license plates in 2018 using Vigilant Solutions automated license plate readers.

Redondo Beach Police Department Redondo Beach Los Angeles County CA Ring/Neighbors Partnership Ring
The Redondo Beach 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. The city appropriated $15,000 from the city's crime reduction fund to subsidize the purchase of Ring cameras for residents.
Agency: Redondo Beach Police Department
State: CA
City: Redondo Beach
County: Los Angeles County
Technology: Ring/Neighbors Partnership
Vendor: Ring

The Redondo Beach 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. The city appropriated $15,000 from the city's crime reduction fund to subsidize the purchase of Ring cameras for residents.