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The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department tested the 2010 crop of patrol cars and motorcycles at its annual event. Photos by Paul Clinton.

L.A. County Sheriff Tests 2010 Patrol Vehicles  

October 26, 2009
Each year, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department pushes the new crop of patrol vehicles to their limit at a California speedway, as part of an annual performance and safety evaluation.
Two California motor officers duel for supremacy to be named the "top gun" rider at the annual motorcycle skills competition organized by the Orange County Traffic Officer's Association. Photo by Paul Clinton.

Motor Officers Compete To Become 'Top Gun' Rider  

October 8, 2009
An annual California police motorcycle skills competition drew almost 500 officers to a sun-drenched parking lot lining the Huntington Beach sand to compete for top-rider honors, train on patterns of neatly arranged orange cones and share a few moments of levity.

GM Revives Caprice Patrol Car For 2011  

October 5, 2009
Regardless of how it is configured, the sleek Caprice PPV is likely to make an impression on traffic scofflaws. Revealing the concept car, GM executive Jim Campbell touted the car's bold and commanding presence. He asked, "Can you imagine this baby in your rearview mirror?"
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