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Agency City County State Technology Vendor
Somerville Police Department Somerville Middlesex County MA Gunshot Detection ShotSpotter
The Somerville Police Department uses ShotSpotter gunshot detection technology.
Agency: Somerville Police Department
State: MA
City: Somerville
County: Middlesex County
Technology: Gunshot Detection
Vendor: ShotSpotter

The Somerville Police Department uses ShotSpotter gunshot detection technology.

Somerville Police Department Somerville Middlesex County MA Automated License Plate Readers ELSAG
The Somerville Police Department has automated license plate readers in operation since 2015.
Agency: Somerville Police Department
State: MA
City: Somerville
County: Middlesex County
Technology: Automated License Plate Readers
Vendor: ELSAG

The Somerville Police Department has automated license plate readers in operation since 2015.

Somerville Police Department Somerville Somerset County NJ Body-worn Cameras
The Somerville Police Department received $65,216 in 2021 from the New Jersey Attorney General's Office to purchase 32 body-worn cameras.
Agency: Somerville Police Department
State: NJ
City: Somerville
County: Somerset County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

The Somerville Police Department received $65,216 in 2021 from the New Jersey Attorney General's Office to purchase 32 body-worn cameras.

Somerville Police Department Somerville Burleson County TX Body-worn Cameras
The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $12,688 to the Somerville Police Department in 2019 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.
Agency: Somerville Police Department
State: TX
City: Somerville
County: Burleson County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

The U.S. Department of Justice awarded $12,688 to the Somerville Police Department in 2019 as part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance's body-worn camera grant program.