A report from Hawaii County Cost of Government Commission estimates that the county would save $2 million over five years if it began purchasing fleet vehicles instead of paying police officers a subsidy to provide and maintain their own vehicles, reported the Hawaii Tribune-Herald.

According to the Cost of Government Commission report, the county would need to hire four maintenance personnel, purchase 162 vehicles, and use existing county facilities for maintenance. But the adoption of police fleet vehicles could increase the police presence in the community and increase safety for officers transporting potentially dangerous people.

The commission’s report has been submitted to the Mayor’s Office, and will be presented to the County Council in May.

In February, the Hawaii Police Department purchased 10 new Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, its first new marked fleet vehicles in about a decade.