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Michigan Sheriff Makes the Case for Assigned Patrol Cars
Off-Duty Deputies Allowed to Drive Patrol Cars to Church
Nev. PD Authorizes Take-Home Vehicles

Nev. PD Authorizes Take-Home Vehicles

The Douglas County, Nev., Sheriff’s Office has authorized patrol deputies to take home their assigned police vehicles to maximize the effectiveness of the Patrol Division.

June 12, 2019

Ga. City Manager Advocates for Take-Home Fleet
Wis. Sheriff Completes Take-Home Vehicle Deployment
Fla. Officers Refuse City’s Take-Home Vehicle Payment Program
Wyo. City to Replace Patrol Fleet

Wyo. City to Replace Patrol Fleet

The Torrington (Wyo.) Police Department is looking to replace its entire patrol fleet and allow officers to take home vehicles.

August 22, 2018

Wash. City Adds Cars for Police Take-Home Program
Albuquerque PD May Expand Take-Home Vehicle Use

Albuquerque PD May Expand Take-Home Vehicle Use

A spokesman for the the Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Department said the new take-home policy may allow officers to use their vehicles while in the community coaching youth league teams or being involved in faith-based organizations.

May 17, 2018

Ind. City Expands Take-Home Police Car Program
Miss. City Reconsiders Take-Home Vehicle Policy
R.I. City Considers Take-Home Police Car Program
Little Rock Delays Take-Home Patrol Car Restrictions
Fleet Replacements Allow La. Officers to Take Home Cars
Ga. Police Considers Expanding Take-Home Program

Ga. Police Considers Expanding Take-Home Program

The Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department (Ga.) may expand its take-home program, allowing more officers to take home their patrol cars, even if they live outside of Chatham County.

February 22, 2017

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