Carroll County (Ga.) Sheriff&#39;s Office has converted 36 vehicles to run on propane autogas.<br />


Georgia Sheriff’s Fleet Expects $135K Fuel Cost Savings by Using Propane Autogas

CARROLLTON, GA – The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office near Atlanta is saving an estimated $135,000 annually in fuel costs running 36 Ford Crown Victorias on propane autogas through the Southeast Propane Autogas Development Program (SPADP).

The City of Napa has received four Chevrolet Caprice PPVs so far.


Napa Switching to Chevrolet Caprice PPV for Patrol Car

NAPA, CA – The City of Napa, Calif., is switching its patrol cars from the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor to the Chevrolet Caprice PPV and has received four of the new vehicles so far.


Corpus Christi Uses Video Segments to Explain Switch to Chevrolet Tahoes for Police

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi explained its switch from Ford Crown Victoria police sedans to Chevrolet Tahoe PPVs via a new City Council TV program. Police Chief Floyd Simpson cited longer lifecycle and warranty as reasons.

The 2013-MY Chevrolet Impala. Photo courtesy of GM.


GM To Offer 'Limited' Police Chevrolet Impala Version In 2014

TORRANCE, CA - Despite rumors to the contrary, General Motors will continue producing its existing Chevrolet Impala patrol car for law enforcement fleets in 2014 even though the automaker is introducing a redesigned non-police version of the Impala.


Audit Recommends Nevada Highway Patrol Reduce Fleet Size

CARSON CITY, NV - The Internal Affairs division said reducing the fleet size could save up to $7.2 million in one-time purchase costs and up to $1.8 million annually.


2012 LA Auto Show Design Challenge - Law Enforcement

The 2012 LA Auto Show's Design Challenge, now in its 9th year, was themed Law Enforcement in 2025. Six design studios designed highway patrol vehicles to meet "the challenges of a specific region’s transportation and societal conditions in 2025.” Entries were judged by Tom Matano, School of Industrial Design at San Francisco's Academy of Art University; Imre Molnar, Detroit College of Creative Studies; Stewart Reed, Pasadena Art Center College of Design; and Bruce Meyer, California Highway Patrol 11-99 Foundation. Subaru's SHARC won the challenge. For more information, visit Looking Ahead: Police Car Concepts for 2025.

One of the Cincinnati Police Department&#39;s 10 new Dodge Chargers used for testing. Photo courtesy of Cincinnati PD.


Cincinnati PD Testing 30 Police Vehicles

CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Police Department will test 10 Ford Police Interceptors, 10 Dodge Chargers, and 10 Chevrolet Caprice sedans before making a decision about replacing its Ford Crown Victoria fleet.


SoundOff Signal nForce Police Vehicle LED Perimeter Lighting

According to Adamson, the LED lights provide intense forward and off-angle illumination using Nexus Technology. The lights offer single, split, and tri-color capability.


Baltimore Buys 80 Chevrolet Caprice Patrol Cars

BALTIMORE – The City of Baltimore has purchased 80 new 2013-MY Chevrolet Caprice PPV police cruisers for use by officers in the City’s Northeast District.

Pictured from l-r are: Brian Amerson, Wendell Fire Department captain; Tom Vaughan, Wendell Fire chief; Peter Dong Kyun Kim, CEO of Daedong-USA, Inc. KIOTI Tractor Division; Bill Carter, Wendell Police chief; Larry Franklin, Wendell police officer; and Steve Hall, Wendell police sergeant.


Wendell Fire and Police Departments Receive Donated UTVs

WENDELL, NC – The Wendell Fire and Police Departments each received a donated MECHRON 2200 UTV from KIOTI Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, Inc. Both departments plan to share the use of their MECHRON 2200 UTVs with other local organizations.


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