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Adamson Industries Awarded GSA Contract

Founded in 1984, Adamson Industries is a privately-held, woman-owned, small business that produces public safety vehicle equipment.

WWPD’s current fleet of Ford Explorers will be used as a backup fleet. Photo via Tomas Del Coro/Flickr

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New Police Vehicles, Fire Truck to Cost Wash. City $1M

Money for the police and fire vehicles will be taken from the City of Walla Walla, Washington’s general fund and the police department's vehicle replacement fund.

Photo of the Lewis County Courthouse in Chehalis, Wash., via Chetsford/Flickr

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Wash. County Requesting Bids for Vehicle Replacement

Lewis County (Wash.) issued calls for bids after a local dealer expressed concern over the county's history of purchasing vehicles through state contracts instead of through local bids.

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SandCat Stormer Armored SUV Designed to Fight Terror

The armored SUV is fitted with Plasan's new Safe Crowd Attenuating Technology (SCAT) system to control crowds using non-lethal means and prevent civilian casualties.

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Calif. Sheriff Transitions Back to Black and White Vehicles

Sheriff vehicles at Mariposa County, Calif., feature a traditional black-and-white color scheme, reflective graphics, and a star on the door that is a replica of the deputy badge. Previously, the agency used all-white SUVs.

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Texas City Approves $1.3M for Replacement Vehicles

Of the funds approved by the San Angelo (Texas) City Council, $434,000 will go toward 12 new police cars. But the agency will need eight more units to cover needed replacements for the year.

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Calif. City Adds 'Peace Officer' to Vehicles

The addition of "Peace Officer" decals to squad cars may change public sentiment in the Redlands (Calif.) Police Department's favor, according to the charitable organization funding the decals.

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Universal Laptop and Tablet Cradles

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Managing a Police Fleet

How Chevrolet's Tahoe PPV Differs From its Retail Relative

By Michaela Kwoka-Coleman
For the Chevrolet Tahoe PPV, tires are added to the vehicles that are capable of handling speeds of up to 134 mph and the brakes are adjusted to handle frequent stopping at high speeds.

Police Vehicles Pushed to the Limit in California

By Paul Clinton