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Electric Motorcycles on Patrol

November 5, 2013

While it's unlikely that all-electric cars will replace their gasoline-powered counterparts for law enforcement patrol duty, smaller electric vehicles have made inroads into police fleets.

LAPD Testing Electric Motorcycles

October 9, 2013
The LAPD has begun testing police versions of Brammo's Empulse LE and Zero Motorcycles' Zero DS to increase efficiency, decrease its carbon footprint and cut costs

Calif. Campus Police Add Zero Electric Motorcycles

July 11, 2013
The San Jose State University Police Department has begun using two Zero DS electric motorcycles for campus patrols, Zero Motorcycles has announced.

Mich. Sheriff Considering Chevy Volt for Patrol

June 14, 2013
To help reduce the carbon emissions of county fleet vehicles, the Washtenaw County (Mich.) Sheriff's Office purchased an electric Chevy Volt to convert for patrol duty.

Calif. Agency's Electric Motorcycle Interdicts Drug Crimes

June 6, 2013
The Sebastopol (Calif.) Police Department found itself ahead of the curve, when Zero Motorcycles introduced a police version of its electric DS motorcycle. An enterprising sergeant with the agency had already done just that.

Miami PD Purchases 9 Electric Stand-up Vehicles

May 16, 2013
The Miami Police Department has purchased and placed into service a fleet of nine electric stand-up vehicles (ESVs) from T3 Motion Inc. The Patroller vehicles will be used to patrol high-density, high-traffic areas, including downtown Miami.

Zero Introduces New Police Electric Motorcycle

February 15, 2013
Zero Motorcycles has added the Zero S electric motorcycle for law enforcement agencies in 2013, pairing it with an upgraded Zero DS police cycle.

Indianapolis Police To Drive Alternative Patrol Vehicles By 2025

December 21, 2012
At POLICE, we were surprised by an article that appeared on the website of Government Fleet magazine, a sister publication. According to a news article, the Indianapolis Metro Police Department will be driving only alternative power-train vehicles by 2025.

Electric Patrol Vehicle

November 8, 2012
The Trikke Electric Patrol Vehicle is a light personal vehicle that's easy for officers to use. It's well suited for patrol, crowd and festival control, and indoor use.

Police Mobility Vehicle

November 8, 2012
The Xtreme Green Police Mobility Vehicle (Sentinel) is designed to replace bicycle and foot patrol with electric vehicle patrol.

Electric Patrol Vehicle

November 8, 2012
The T3 Motion, initially introduced in late 2005, is a tricycle-design stand-up vehicle that can be customize in a variety of ways for law enforcement duty.

VX-1 Personal Electric Vehicle

November 1, 2012
The Vectrix VX-1 Personal Electric Vehicle is a powerful electric scooter capable of reaching speeds in excess of 65 mph. It has a range of 55 to 85 miles, and is very quiet and economical to operate.

NY Troopers Get Electric Vehicle Training

October 29, 2012
New York State Police officials say troopers will be the first law enforcement officers in the nation to receive special training in responding to crashes involving electric vehicles.

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.

Zero Motorcycles Introduces 2012 Zero DS Police Motorcycle

May 23, 2012
Zero Motorcycles has released the 2012 model of its electric DS Police Motorcycle, which is now in its third generation. The latest model incorporates feedback gathered over the past two years from police, security, and military agencies, according to the company.

Crowd Control: T3 Motion's NLRV Electric Vehicle

December 6, 2011

T3 Motion's Non-Lethal Response Vehicle (NLRV) is an electric three-wheeled vehicle designed to provide the maneuverability of the standard T3 with added features for crowd control, including a shield, strobe lights, and onboard PepperBall launchers.

T3 Motion's EV Participated in French Anti-Crime Campaign

December 1, 2011
The T3 Series Electric Stand-up Vehicles (ESV) were involved in a nationwide campaign to reduce crime in trials with various French National Police departments and municipalities, according to T3 Motion.

IACP 2011: T3 Motion Unveils Non-Lethal Crowd Control Vehicle

October 19, 2011
T3 Motion, Inc.'s all-electric Non-Lethal Response Vehicle (NLRV) provides law enforcement a "humane and safe" response to riots and violent protests, according to the company.

T3 Motion's NLRV Electric Vehicle

October 19, 2011

T3 Motion, Inc.'s all-electric Non-Lethal Response Vehicle (NLRV) provides law enforcement a "humane and safe" response to riots and violent protests. The T3 NLRV will be unveiled at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference in Chicago.

Stealth Introduces Night Hawk 4x4

July 29, 2011
The Night Hawk features a 72-volt, 30-hp electric motor that generates 130 ft. lbs. of peak torque. The high-capacity, 12-volt deep-cycle batteries provide a 30-plus-mile range on a full charge. The vehicle arrives with a dash-mounted battery fuel gauge.
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