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Hawaii PD to Purchase First New Cars in 10 Years

The Hawaii Police Department is looking to purchase its first patrol vehicles in 10 years to replace a fleet that averages 200,000 miles. A decade ago, it purchased 35 2008-MY vehicles.

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N.C. Police Acquires Ice Cream Truck

The City of Wilmington, N.C. Police Department has acquired an ice cream truck as part of its community policing initiative.

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Drones Deployed for Patrolling Coachella Music Festival

In an effort to boost security at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California, local law enforcement has deployed drones. The event promoter will cover the cost of the drones.


Micro Reflex Mini Bar

The Micro Reflex mini bar is a compact warning solution that offers the flexibility of either permanent or vacuum-magnet mounting.


U11 Rugged Tablet

The U11 tablet delivers DOD-level security to law enforcement, with features that allow the user to operate in extreme conditions.

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Fuel Contamination Believed to Cause Engine Failures in Florida

The City of West Palm Beach, Fla., has 36 police cars with engine failure, and fleet staff are pointing to diesel fuel found in the city’s unleaded gasoline tanks.

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Dealership Issues Refund Checks After Overcharging for Police Vehicles

A Minn.-based car dealership is issuing refund checks to law enforcement agencies after it was discovered the dealership overcharged for its vehicles.


False Floor with Electronics Tray

Go Rhino’s space-saving design allows for use with other components of the Equipment Storage System and full access to the spare tire.


Tool Mounting Brackets

Versatile and flexible mounting options provide the most efficient and accessible solutions for tools and equipment.

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Texas PD Installs Thermal Cameras on Patrol Cars

The Plano (Texas) Police Department has attached infrared cameras to the spotlights of squad cars and offers handheld cameras for officers to bring along during a call.



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How Chevrolet's Tahoe PPV Differs From its Retail Relative

By Michaela Kwoka-Coleman
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Police Vehicles Pushed to the Limit in California

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