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Best Practices in Hazardous Waste Disposal
Keeping Government Vehicles Clean

Keeping Government Vehicles Clean

Keeping public sector fleet vehicles clean can be costly. However, strategies are available to help reduce costs and promote individual responsibility.

November 1, 2008

City of Santa Monica Adapts Early to Alt-Fuel Use

City of Santa Monica Adapts Early to Alt-Fuel Use

In 1993, the City of Santa Monica was one of the first agencies to set a vehicle reduction policy. Today, 84 percent of the 450 unit fleet represent a diverse mix of fuels and technologies.

September 1, 2008

More Equipment, Less Space In Police Vehicles

More Equipment, Less Space In Police Vehicles

The increasing amount of technology hardware installed in law enforcement vehicles presents ergonomic and safety risks. Designers and engineers are developing strategies and products to address both issues.

July 1, 2008

Kern County Outsources Collision Management

Extracting subrogation funds is no longer a daunting task for Kern County, Calif., which has discovered the advantages of sending accident reporting and management to an outside firm.

July 1, 2008

High-Tech Solutions to Manage Tire CPM
Florida's Sheriffs Partner in Vehicle Bid Program

Florida's Sheriffs Partner in Vehicle Bid Program

The Florida Cooperative Bid Program is a success story built on patience and organization. It is proof that generating an effective vehicle bid process does not have to be managed by state agencies.

January 1, 2008

Should Civilian or Uniformed Staff Manage Public Safety Fleets

The decision to hire a uniformed or civilian fleet manager in a law enforcement agency shouldn’t be based on politics, but on experience and the ability to run the fleet cost efficiently while simultaneously. improving quality.

November 1, 2007

Public Auctions Offer Benefit for Police Vehicle Resale

Are You Overmaintaining Your Fleet Vehicles?

Overmaintaining fleet vehicles strains costs.Using a conditionbased strategy, right-sizing vehicles, and reviewing the repair vs. purchase decision are steps that can help strike the right balance.

July 1, 2007

Fleets Find Benefits in Take-Home Programs

Fleets Find Benefits in Take-Home Programs

While some vehicle take-home programs are falling victim to cost-cutting measures, other law enforcement agencies find the practice offers valuable benefits, including greater public police presence and faster response times.

May 1, 2007

Replacement Mileage Creeping Up for Public Safety Agencies

Today’s law enforcement agency fleet managers are forced to keep vehicles to the 100,000-mile range and beyond, a figure many industry experts agree is an appropriate mileage level. However, it was a figure unheard of a decade ago.

March 1, 2007

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