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Choosing the Right Lightbar  

Selecting the right LED lighting solution for your agency's vehicles can be a daunting task for the uninitiated. There are multiple factors to consider, including lumen output levels, the lightbar's shape, and interoperability with existing equipment.

<p>Cardinal Tracking</p>

E-Citation Solutions  

These products help make ticketing simpler and easier.

<p>Photo: International Armoring</p>

Bullet-Proofing Your Rolling Office  

The murder of Sgt. Cory Wride and the attempted murder of Dep. Greg Sherwood reveal a key vulnerability in American police patrol vehicles: lack of protection from gunfire.

Going Big: SUVs for Patrol  

Many law enforcement agencies were unsure about what to do next when Ford retired the Crown Vic. Now agencies are buying SUVs to replace sedans for a variety of reasons.

<p>CopTrax PHOTO: Stalker</p>

In-car Video: Eyes on the Road  

Here's a look at some of the latest in-car video systems for law enforcement operations.

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Code 3 Introduces Emergency Lighting for the 2015 Charger

Code 3 Inc. has introduced a complete set of lights and sirens custom fit for the 2015 Dodge Charger: from the license plate to the front grille, to the lightbar, and finally to rear lights.

Tactical Command Cabinets Introduces Watch Commander Board

Tactical Command Cabinets LLC has designed and engineered the new EX2240 watch commander tactical command board for incident command situations involving fire, police, EMS, and other public works vehicles. Complete with vertical incident command boards, now your agency can have a board on each side of the command area—even room for a horizontal pullout if needed.

Angel Armor Adds to Line of Ballistic Door Panels for Police Vehicles

“We are excited to extend our offering of revolutionary ballistic protection to a wider range of vehicles, protecting additional men and women of law enforcement,” said Philip Hicks, director of business development for Angel Armor.

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L.A. County Sheriff Completes Police Vehicle Tests

This year, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department evaluated 21 pursuit-rated vehicles — nine sedans, nine motorcycles, and...

IACP 2013: LAPD's Next-Gen Ford Police Interceptors

The Los Angeles Police Department has brought versions of Ford's Police Interceptor sedan and P.I. Utility to the IACP Conference...

Video: A Guide to Police Motorcycles

We're living in a Golden Age for police motorcycles. Law enforcement agencies have plenty of quality options, and more cycles may...

   
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<p>An LASD deputy rolls the Ford P.I. Utility EcoBoost toward the road course for testing.</p>
LASD 2014 Model Year Vehicle Testing
Each year, law enforcement agencies in Michigan and Southern...
<p>Ford&#39;s E-250 van allows Toledo Police officers to arrest groups of disorderly people and transport them to a city holding cell.</p>
Ohio Agency's Ford Police Wagon
The Toledo (Ohio) Police Department has purchased seven Ford...
<p><a href=&quot;http://www.policemag.com/freeinfo/19322&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Adamson Industries&#39;</a> HG2 Crossfire is an outward-facing tag bezel with an emergency lighting system designed for maximum visibility. The Crossfire lighting design features optics mounted at grazing angles to enhance visibility by emitting light onto a broader field of view. There are multiple color combinations and flash patterns available. Constructed of aluminum with a black powder coat finish for durability, it utilizes factory mounting locations for ease of installation and its design can fit to all vehicles.</p>
Emergency Vehicle Lighting
Update the exterior lighting of your agency's emergency...
 
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