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<p>Photo courtesy of Vectrix.</p>

NYPD Deploys Lithium-Powered Vehicles At 9/11 Memorial

September 12, 2012
The New York Police Department has deployed Vectrix VX-1 lithium-powered law enforcement vehicles at the 9/11 Memorial Site. The vehicles join NYPD's fleet of VX-1s already patrolling Manhattan.
<p>Photo courtesy of New Mexico State Police.</p>

N.M. State Police Choose Ford P.I. Sedan

September 12, 2012
The New Mexico State Police purchased 54 Ford Police Interceptor sedans to replace its aging fleet of Ford Crown Vics, citing the vehicle's blend of performance, fuel economy, and safety features.
<p>Photo: Harford County Sheriff</p>

Md. Deputy Killed In Single-Vehicle Crash

September 6, 2012
Corporal Charles B. Licato, 34, was a 14-year veteran of the sheriff's office who was assigned to the Apprehension Unit of the Services and Support Bureau.
<p>Photo courtesy of Victory Motorcycles.</p>

Mich. Agency Purchases Victory Motorcycles

September 6, 2012
The Warren (Mich.) Police Department has purchased eight Victory Commander I motorcycles for motor patrol. The motorcycles have been eye-catching for members of the public and have helped community relations in the community.
<p>Screenshot via KTBS.</p>

La. Agency Equips 60 Chevy Caprice PPVs

September 5, 2012
The Shreveport (La.) Police Department began equipping 60 new Chevrolet Caprice patrol cars for patrol duty. The vehicles will all be delivered by the end of the year.
<p>Screenshot via WCAX.</p>

Vt. Cruiser Crusher Free On Bail

August 31, 2012
The Vermont man who gained notoriety for using his father's tractor to crush seven police cars is a free man this Friday morning. Roger Pion left the Northern State Correctional Facility, after supporters helped raised his $50,000 bail amount.

Man Wrecks Stolen LAPD Cruiser

August 31, 2012
A man who stole a Los Angeles Police Department cruiser early Friday obliterated the police vehicle when he crashed into a parked car, light pole, and a Starbucks.

Ga. Agency Converts 25 Patrol Cars to Propane Autogas

August 28, 2012
The move will save the department more than $11,000 in fuel costs and will displace nearly 10 tons of greenhouse gas emissions over a period of three months, according to Alliance Autogas.
<p>The&nbsp;<span>Iowa County (Wis.) Sheriff&#39;s Office converted a Ford Crown Vic to run on propane fuel. Photo: Alliance AutoGas.</span></p>

Wis. Sheriff's Office Converts Cruiser to Autogas for Fuel Savings

August 28, 2012
The Iowa County (Wis.) Sheriff's Office expects to save between $5,000 and $5,400 annually on fuel costs after converting one cruiser to run on propane autogas.

N.C. Agency Saves on Fuel Costs With Idle Reduction System, Propane Vehicles

August 27, 2012
The Raleigh (N.C.) Police Department has saved more than $22,000 through the use of propane autogas in 20 vehicles, and it expects savings of $63,000 through the use of Energy Xtreme Battery Systems anti-idling devices on 29 vehicles.
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