The Look in Brief

UPDATE: List of Law Enforcement Agencies with MOUs

By: - May 8, 2020 5:02 pm

The Tennessee Department of Health has provided a list of law enforcement agencies in the state that have entered into memorandums of understanding with the state to accept personal data about COVID-19 patients in their jurisdictions.

As the Tennessee Lookout reported earlier, Gov. Bill Lee requested the Department of Health to provide daily updates to interested jurisdictions, a move that has raised questions about privacy.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates. ‘

Police Department List:

McKenzie
Chattanooga Housing Police
Selmer
Manchester
Milan
Springfield
Portland
Knoxville
Belle Meade
Bolivar
Harriman
Adamsville
Nashville Airport Authority
Dayton
Newport
Savannah
Tiptonville
Medina
Fairfield Glade
Erwin
Covington
Henderson
Sewanee
Brownsville
Crossville
Blaine
Sommerville
Johnson City
Fairview
Austin Peay State University Police
Waverly
Trenton
Collegedale
Humboldt
Huntingdon
East Ridge
 
County Sheriff List:
Anderson
Bradley 
Carroll 
Carter 
Cocke 
Coffee 
Crockett 
Cumberland 
Dekalb 
Dickson 
Gibson 
Grainger 
Greene 
Hardin 
Haywood 
Humphreys 
McNairy 
Monroe 
Montgomery 
Morgan 
Obion 
Perry 
Putnam 
Rhea 
Roane 
Robertson 
Sumner 
Union 
Van Buren 
Washington 
Wayne 
Weakley

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Holly McCall
Holly McCall

Holly McCall has been a fixture in Tennessee media and politics for decades. She covered city hall for papers in Columbus, Ohio and Joplin, Missouri before returning to Tennessee with the Nashville Business Journal. She has served as political analyst for WZTV Fox 17 and provided communications consulting for political campaigns at all levels, from city council to presidential. Holly brings a deep wealth of knowledge about Tennessee’s political processes and players and likes nothing better than getting into the weeds of how political deals are made.

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