HACKENSACK, NJ – Bergen County, N.J. recently received a report from an outside company that suggested the county reduce the number of law enforcement vehicles in service. The report was funded by $600,000 in forfeiture funds, according to the article on NorthJersey.com.

The article stated County Executive Kathleen Donovan already called for reduction in the county’s fleet size, and so far the county turned in 128 vehicles as part of the program.

Read the article here.