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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) maintains a guide for Where and How to Dispose of Unused Medications on their website. The Cody Police Department participates in an annual Prescription Drug Take Back Program, and the date of that event is always announced in advance on the Cody Police Department Facebook page.
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Confidential testing for parents who may be concerned about their children is offered by the Park County Supervised Drug Treatment Program.
Details about child restraint requirements can be reviewed in the Wyoming Child Restraint Guide.
The goal for this program is to deter crime, promote public safety, and to foster strong community-police relationships through collaboration between the Cody Police Department and the community they serve.
After completing the eXpand registration form, residents will only be contacted if a crime occurs in their area and the need arises. A Cody Police Officer will contact you by your preferred method of contact (i.e., phone, email, or text) to inquire if you are willing to share any footage your security camera may have recorded.
No. By registering your security cameras with the Cody Police Department eXpand Program, the Police Department will only know of the existence of the camera(s) and how to contact you should the need arise; they do not have the ability to view any camera's footage on-demand or without permission.
Yes. Your information will only be viewed by members of the Cody Police Department if crime occurs in your area and the owner of the camera grants permission.
No. Outside of the initial purchase of a home security camera system, there is no fee associated with registering your cameras.
The eXPAND Program is completely voluntary, and participants can chose to opt out at any time.
An email will be sent periodically to ensure registrants are still willing to participate in the program and that information is current. Your information will be stored in a secure database maintained by assigned Cody Police Department personnel.
A body-worn camera is a small, wearable, battery-powered camera that can capture audio and video during police interactions with the public.
Videos captured by body-worn and in-car cameras are required by Wyoming State Statute to be retained for 90 days, or until all court proceedings have been completed—whichever is longer. Video footage that pertains to cases where civil litigation is indicated must be retained for 5 years following the incident. Videos associated with felony charges are retained for 10 years.
The video footage captured by body-worn and in-car cameras is securely stored on a local data storage server.
Find out how to obtain a Cody Police Department patch by requesting one from the Department.