Managing a Police Fleet

A Miami-Dade police officer was injured March 21 after a pursuit. Screenshot via Local10.com.

A Sure Bet for Reducing Distracted Police Driving

While shootouts and ambush killings of police officers provide high-profile examples of the hazards of police work, more often than not officers lose their lives while driving patrol vehicles. READ MORE

Photo of 2017 Chevrolet Impala courtesy of GM.

A Closer Look at GM's Police Strategy

Starting this spring, law enforcement agencies will no longer be able to order a pursuit-rated sedan from General Motors. READ MORE

Photo of Michigan State Police vehicle testing courtesy of MSP.

Does Police Vehicle Testing Still Matter?

Each fall, the Michigan State Police and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department evaluate the current crop of police vehicles with a battery of road tests and provide a mountain of data about their performance, braking, and vehicle dynamics. READ MORE

Photo by Thi Dao

Can EVs Work as Patrol Vehicles?

Adding a fleet of battery-electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids to your motor pool is one thing. But giving an electrified sedan to a police officer seems like a trickier proposition. READ MORE

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Paul Clinton

Senior Web Editor

Paul is the senior web editor for Automotive Fleet, Fleet Financials, Government Fleet, Green Fleet, Vehicle Remarketing, and Work Truck. He has covered police vehicles for Police Magazine.

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Frank Grochal, former vice president of vehicle remarketing, ARI – Automotive Resources International, retired from the company in 2005 after a successful career spanning six decades.

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