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Graphic: Military weapons sent to Utah police

Published January 19, 2014 12:34 pm

This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2014, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Sixty-two Utah police agencies are participants in what is called the 1033 Program.

Under the program, the police forces make applications to the U.S. Department of Defense for surplus military equipment. The equipment can be anything from a pair of pliers to emergency blankets to M-16 rifles to armored vehicles. The embedded graphic shows what military weaponry came to Utah for a two-year period beginning in October 2011, according to U.S. Department of Defense records.

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Utah police forces who participate:

American Fork, Beaver County sheriff, Blanding, Box Elder County sheriff, Brigham City, Cache County sheriff, Cedar City, Clinton, Cottonwood Heights, Davis County sheriff, Draper, Duchesne County sheriff, Emery County, Fairview, Garfield County Sheriff, Grand County sheriff, Granite School District, Grantsville, Heber City, Helper, Hurricane, Iron County sheriff, Kamas, Kanab, Kane County sheriff, Layton, Lehi, Lindon, Millard County sheriff, Monticello, Morgan County sheriff, Mount Pleasant, Murray, Nephi, North Ogden, North Park, Orem, Parowan, Payson, Perry, Piute County sheriff, Pleasant Grove, Price, Provo, Rich County sheriff, Salt Lake City, Sanpete County sheriff, Santaquin, Sevier County sheriff, Spanish Fork, Springville, Summit County sheriff, Syracuse, Tooele County sheriff, Uintah County sheriff, Unified Police Department, Utah County sheriff, Wasatch County sheriff, Washington County sheriff, Weber County sheriff, West Bountiful, West Valley City, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Utah Highway Patrol, Utah Motor Vehicle Enforcement. Source: U.S. Department of Defense.