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Phoenix PD May Replace Aerial Unit's Aircraft

The Phoenix Police Department’s Aerial Unit’s fleet maintenance costs are rising due to the agency’s aging aircraft, procured between 1979 and 2010.


Smart VehicleTechnology

CalAmp's Smart Vehicle Technology and GovOutlook provide direct access to a real-time vehicle area network.

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N.Y. Municipality to Replace 54 Vehicles

The City of Albany, N.Y.. approved $1.3 million to purchase 54 new vehicles for its Police Department. Albany PD's cars have a life cycle of about four years.


SoundOff Signal Expands Offerings with bluePRINT Control System Software

The bluePRINT control system improves safety through the automation of emergency lighting and siren performance functions, by reducing cognitive load and distractions so the driver can keep their eyes on the road.


Chicago Police's New Patrol Vehicle

The Chicago Police Department unveiled its next-generation police vehicle at the Chicago Auto Show in February. The Ford Police Interceptor Utility features cutting-edge technology and an all-new design, created by a Chicago police officer.

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RockSolid WD Series

The Rockland line is designed to deliver custom, secure, practical, functional, and innovative products at an affordable price.

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What’s New in Police Motorcycles?

For the 2018 model year, fleets have several motorcycle models to choose from. Here are the newest models available, and some insight from a dealer on what fleets should look for when choosing a motorcycle.

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What to Do When OEMs Stop Making Your Vehicle

Step 1: Don’t panic. Step 2: Follow these steps…

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Va. Police Bureau Purchases Drone Fleet

The Petersburg (Va.) Bureau of Police will use the drones to aid in searching for missing people and photographing vehicle accident and crime scenes.

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Virginia Beach PD to Roll Out Connected Video System

The Virginia Beach (Va.) Police Department has purchased 1,060 body and in-car cameras for agency-wide deployment. Cameras will be deployed in 250 vehicles.



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