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Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation London Madison County OH Face Recognition NEC
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation operates a massive face recognition system. Hundreds of local, state, and federal agencies were able to access the system until fall 2019, when the Ohio Attorney General cut off access. However, agencies may still make formal face recognition requests to BCI. The Attorney General is pursuing a $21.4 million upgrade through the vendor NEC in 2021.
Agency: Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation
State: OH
City: London
County: Madison County
Technology: Face Recognition
Vendor: NEC

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation operates a massive face recognition system. Hundreds of local, state, and federal agencies were able to access the system until fall 2019, when the Ohio Attorney General cut off access. However, agencies may still make formal face recognition requests to BCI. The Attorney General is pursuing a $21.4 million upgrade through the vendor NEC in 2021.

DeSoto Police Department DeSoto Dallas County TX Face Recognition NEC
The DeSoto Police Department connects its mugshot database to NEC's WideNet face recognition system.
Agency: DeSoto Police Department
State: TX
City: DeSoto
County: Dallas County
Technology: Face Recognition
Vendor: NEC

The DeSoto Police Department connects its mugshot database to NEC's WideNet face recognition system.

Grand Prairie Police Department Grand Prairie Dallas County, Tarrant County, Ellis County TX Face Recognition NEC
In 2018, the Grand Prairie Police Department entered an agreement with NEC for face recognition technology at cost of $50,000 per year.
Agency: Grand Prairie Police Department
State: TX
City: Grand Prairie
County: Dallas County, Tarrant County, Ellis County
Technology: Face Recognition
Vendor: NEC

In 2018, the Grand Prairie Police Department entered an agreement with NEC for face recognition technology at cost of $50,000 per year.

Irving Police Department Irving Dallas County TX Face Recognition NEC
In 2018, the Irving Police Department uploaded more than 100,000 to WideNet, NEC's face recognition system. According to emails obtained by OneZero, the Irving Police Department uses NEC’s face recognition "six to 10 times per week on average."
Agency: Irving Police Department
State: TX
City: Irving
County: Dallas County
Technology: Face Recognition
Vendor: NEC

In 2018, the Irving Police Department uploaded more than 100,000 to WideNet, NEC's face recognition system. According to emails obtained by OneZero, the Irving Police Department uses NEC’s face recognition "six to 10 times per week on average."

Bexar County Sheriff's Office San Antonio Bexar County TX Face Recognition NEC
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office began using NEC face recognition technology in 2014, at an initial cost of $3.4 million.
Agency: Bexar County Sheriff's Office
State: TX
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar County
Technology: Face Recognition
Vendor: NEC

The Bexar County Sheriff's Office began using NEC face recognition technology in 2014, at an initial cost of $3.4 million.