Based on information we've gathered, we have found that the Greece Police Department:
- Acquired Automatic License Plate Readers but did not produce any policies governing their use.
- Created a body-worn camera policy that left activation entirely up to the discretion of the officer whenever “appropriate” or “beneficial,” with no actual requirement that they be turned on at all.
- Didn’t produce any policies governing pedestrian stops.
- Did not have any policies related to bias-based policing, racial profiling, and interactions with persons with disabilities, or language access policies for people with limited English proficiency.
Learn more about the Greece police department's policies and data by clicking the links below.
Departmental Policies and Data:
Documents received by January 2016.