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Albuquerque Reinstates Take-Home Patrol Vehicles

February 1, 2011
In exchange for revisions to the take-home car program, the APOA gave up retention bonuses for veteran officers (costing about $750,000 annually), loan reimbursements (costing $83,000), and mortgage incentives for signing a seven-year commitment (costing $98,000).

Tennessee City To Charge Officers for Take-Home Vehicles

December 31, 2010
Calling it the "fiscally responsible thing to do," Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield announced that officers and other city employees would be charged .20 cents per mile (off duty) for their take-home cars (.30 cents for employees who live outside city limits).

New Mexico City Restores Take-Home Vehicles

December 29, 2010
The unanimous vote came after Belen Police Chief Dan Robb proposed to trim his budget to offset the money that the city would have saved by taking away the vehicles. He said the department could switch to 12-hour shifts to save on fuel costs, according to the newspaper.

Audit: San Jose Could Save $600,000 By Curtailing Take-Home Vehicles

October 22, 2010
About 90 police vehicles, including sedans, motorcycles and SUVs, should not be taken home. Those vehicles are mostly driven by officers who work in traffic enforcement or with police dogs, but they also are used by deputy chiefs.

Sexy Car Wash Photos Cost S.C. Officer His Job

September 22, 2010
A Moncks Corner (S.C.) police officer is now out of a job, after photos of bikini-clad women draped on his cruiser showed up on the Facebook page of a tattoo parlor.

Assault Weapons Stolen From Cop Car

September 8, 2009
Clayton County police in Georgia are very concerned about two guns that are now on the streets. The guns are theirs. They were stolen when thieves broke into a Clayton County SWAT officer's patrol car.

Gas Pains

July 1, 2008

When law enforcement agencies were putting together their fiscal year budgets for 2008, few municipal or county administrators could have forecast the impact of skyrocketing gas prices.

Personal Transportation

April 1, 2005

When it comes to patrol cars, some law enforcement agencies have always wrestled with a variety of decisions. Ford? Chevy? Dodge? How fast? Marked or unmarked?

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