Miami-Dade PD Limits Take-Home Vehicle Use

December 15, 2011

MIAMI – The Miami Dade Police Department is limiting take-home vehicles to officers within Miami-Dade and Broward Counties beginning in January, according to the Miami Herald. This will affect about 17 officers of an estimated 2,633 with take-home vehicles in the department. Recently, the police union agreed to add a $50 biweekly charge for the maintenance of take-home vehicles.

Read the full article at the Miami Herald.

Montgomery County is another government entity that recently limited use of take-home vehicles.

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