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Idaho State Police Demonstrates Drone Program

The drones are used to expedite crash scene investigations and get traffic flowing more quickly, conduct surveillance in crime scene investigations, and assist officers during search and rescues.

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Calif. PD Receives Donated Adventure Bikes

Redondo Beach (Calif.) Police Department officers hope the Honda Africa Twin adventure motorcycles' relative agility, lighter weight, and increased suspension travel will make them suited for police work.

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Ga. City Officials Question Police Replacements, Fleet Size

Columbus (Ga.) Consolidated Government officials are questioning whether police vehicle replacements can be delayed and whether the public safety fleet can be reduced.

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Durabook Lands Law Enforcement Customers in Nine States

Durabook tablets and laptops were purchased by police and sheriff departments in Missouri, Connecticut, Georgia, Texas, California, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Arizona, and Washington.

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Little Rock Delays Take-Home Patrol Car Restrictions

The Little Rock (Ark.) Police Department will delay implementing its newer, stricter take-home vehicle policy because of a shortage of police officers and a spike in crime.

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Ohio Police Union Files Complaints About Aging Fleet

The Lorain (Ohio) police union has filed grievances over five patrol vehicle breakdowns over a two-week period, stating that the police department is providing unsafe working conditions.

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Tucson Voters Approve Sales Tax for Fleet Upgrades

The Tucson Police and Fire Departments are each expected to receive $75 million for equipment upgrades and capital improvements.

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San Francisco PD Struggles with Aging Fleet

The San Francisco Police Department is asking for 154 new patrol vehicles this budget cycle to replace its aging fleet.

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Kauai PD to Lease Patrol Cars

The new vehicles for the Kauai (Hawaii) Police Department are part of a lease-to-own agreement, which would give the agency ownership after five years.

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Fleet Replacements Allow La. Officers to Take Home Cars

The Monroe Police Department (La.) added 32 new Chevrolet Tahoes to its fleet, enough for every officer to have his or her own vehicle and take it home

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