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Stow Police Department Stow Middlesex County MA Body-worn Cameras
On December 30, 2021 the Massachusetts Governor announced an award of $34,670 to the Stow Police Department for its body-worn camera program. The Stow Police Department also received a Small, Rural, and Tribal Body-Worn Camera Program grant for $18,158 for 20 body-worn cameras in 2023.
Agency: Stow Police Department
State: MA
City: Stow
County: Middlesex County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

On December 30, 2021 the Massachusetts Governor announced an award of $34,670 to the Stow Police Department for its body-worn camera program. The Stow Police Department also received a Small, Rural, and Tribal Body-Worn Camera Program grant for $18,158 for 20 body-worn cameras in 2023.

Stow Police Department Stow Stow County MA Third-party Investigative Platforms SoundThinking
The Stow Police Department has access to SoundThinking's CrimeTracer (formerly Coplink X) investigative platform through a statewide contract announced in December 2022.
Agency: Stow Police Department
State: MA
City: Stow
County: Stow County
Technology: Third-party Investigative Platforms
Vendor: SoundThinking

The Stow Police Department has access to SoundThinking's CrimeTracer (formerly Coplink X) investigative platform through a statewide contract announced in December 2022.

Stow Police Department Stow Summit County OH Body-worn Cameras
Through a $30,000 federal grant, the Stow Police Department outfitted its entire patrol division with Watchguard body-worn cameras in 2016. In January 2022, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine awarded $53,005.00 to the Stow Police for expenses associated with launching or maintaining body-worn camera programs.
Agency: Stow Police Department
State: OH
City: Stow
County: Summit County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

Through a $30,000 federal grant, the Stow Police Department outfitted its entire patrol division with Watchguard body-worn cameras in 2016. In January 2022, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine awarded $53,005.00 to the Stow Police for expenses associated with launching or maintaining body-worn camera programs.