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What’s New in Police Motorcycles?

For the 2018 model year, fleets have several motorcycle models to choose from. Here are the newest models available, and some insight from a dealer on what fleets should look for when choosing a motorcycle.

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Ford Patent Would Allow Autonomous Police Vehicles to Issue Traffic Tickets

The patent argues that autonomous police vehicles can take over routine police tasks, such as issuing tickets for speeding or rolling through a stop sign.

The NYPD - The Largest Police Fleet In The U.S.

The New York Police Department (NYPD) has the largest police fleet in the United States, with just over 10,000 vehicles. In this video, the agency shares facts about its fleet and current initiatives.

CHP's Vehicle Assembly Line

The California Highway Patrol uses an assembly line to set up its law enforcement vehicles to achieve uniformity with the location and type of equipment so officers will know where to find buttons and equipment during a dynamic, evolving scenario. Capt. Steve Mills, fleet operations commander, showed us the operation. Read the full story here. Photos by Paul Clinton.

The Efficiency of the CHP's Vehicle Assembly Line

The California Highway Patrol uses an assembly line similar to one found in an automaker's factory to add auxiliary equipment to about 1,000 vehicles per year.

A Sure Bet for Reducing Distracted Police Driving

While shootouts and ambush killings of police officers provide high-profile examples of the hazards of police work, more often than not officers lose their lives while driving patrol vehicles.

A Closer Look at GM's Police Strategy

Starting this spring, law enforcement agencies will no longer be able to order a pursuit-rated sedan from General Motors.

Propane Autogas Patrol Cars: Analyzing Cost, Benefits

Propane autogas conversions add to vehicle costs — how can a government fleet make up this cost to get a return on its investment? Polk County Sheriff's Office in Florida explains the costs and benefits of converting its fleet to run on propane autogas.

Law Enforcement for the Lone Star State: A Closer Look at the Fleet

The Texas Department of Public Safety Fleet Operations is committed to ensuring its drivers have the safest and most reliable fleet vehicles to perform their duties.

Justifying Your Agency's Acquisition of Armored Vehicles

Law enforcement critics say armored vehicles are the symbol of police "militarization" and no police agency needs them, but their sole purpose is to protect officers responding to protect the public during critical incidents.