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Crossville Police Department Crossville Cumberland County TN Body-worn Cameras
The Crossville Police Department received $43,000 from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to purchase 43 body-worn cameras through the 2022 Small, Rural, Tribal BWC Microgrant program.
Agency: Crossville Police Department
State: TN
City: Crossville
County: Cumberland County
Technology: Body-worn Cameras
Vendor:

The Crossville Police Department received $43,000 from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to purchase 43 body-worn cameras through the 2022 Small, Rural, Tribal BWC Microgrant program.

Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Crossville Cumberland County TN Predictive Policing IBM
The Cumberland 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: Cumberland County Sheriff's Office
State: TN
City: Crossville
County: Cumberland County
Technology: Predictive Policing
Vendor: IBM

The Cumberland 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.

Crossville Police Department Crossville Cumberland County TN Drones DJI
The Crossville Police Department operates one DJI Inspire drone as of 2016, according to data compiled by the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College.
Agency: Crossville Police Department
State: TN
City: Crossville
County: Cumberland County
Technology: Drones
Vendor: DJI

The Crossville Police Department operates one DJI Inspire drone as of 2016, according to data compiled by the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College.