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Baltimore Police Rolling Out Redesigned Transport Vans

May 31, 2016
The Baltimore Police Department is rolling out a fleet of 10 new transport vans and retrofitting 13 others with a redesigned interior and multiple cameras to improve and record the care of detainees in police custody.
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Ohio Department May Drop Use of Helicopter

May 26, 2016
The Toledo (OH) Police Department is considering "getting out of the helicopter business" if it can't find grant money to cover the cost of an upcoming mandatory factory overhaul of its helicopter, Chief George Kral said.
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Lenco Introduces New BearCat X3 Light APC

May 24, 2016
Lenco's new BearCat X3 is a pickup-style APC designed to provide up to BR7 Armor Protection with high ground clearance for aggressive off-road performance and excellent maneuverability.

Video: Watch Jay Leno Drive an Ex-Highway Patrol '61 Dodge Polara

May 20, 2016
This one was ordered specially by California Highway Patrol instead of the Darts that were usually used by law enforcement.

Video: LAPD Testing Tesla Electric Sedans

May 12, 2016
Electric car company Tesla's Model S sedan is being tested by the Los Angeles Police Department, the police force in the nation's second-biggest city. Testing has been underway for nearly a year.

Brake Lines Cut on Virginia Deputy's Patrol Car

May 10, 2016
After driving for about a mile, the deputy attempted to pull over a car for a traffic stop, but when he attempted to stop his vehicle, he found the brake pedal went all the way to the floor and had to use the emergency brake to stop the car.
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Lake Assault Boats Now Available through General Services Administration

May 6, 2016
Government agencies, including most law enforcement organizations, can now use GSA Schedule contracts to streamline the purchasing process.

LoJack Launches New Auto Theft Blog Series

May 6, 2016
LoJack has launched an auto theft blog series titled LoJack's Recovery of the Month. It details recent cases where a vehicle was located and returned with the help of LoJack and local law enforcement.

Four California K-9 Vehicles Crash Into Each Other

May 5, 2016
Four Bakersfield (CA) Police Department patrol vehicles were damaged Wednesday morning in a bizarre chain-reaction crash when the fourth officer in a line of cruisers traveling together failed to notice the other three had stopped for a red light.
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Raybestos Introduces Police Brakes

May 3, 2016
Raybestos has further expanded its family of brake products with the addition of disc brake pads and rotors that are specially manufactured to meet the demanding needs of law enforcement professionals.
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