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California City Council Approves Budget for New Vehicles, Video Systems

Ford Says Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Police Utility the Result of Improper Upfitting

Responding to concerns about carbon monoxide exposure to officers using Ford Police Interceptor Utility patrol SUVs, Ford said today the issues experienced by some law enforcement agencies are a result of improperly sealed holes in the body of the vehicles that were created during the process of upfitting them for police duty.

August 8, 2017

LAPD Adds 100 BMW Electric Cars to Its Fleet
AngelTrax Debuts New Driver Behavior Feature of MotoTrax

AngelTrax Debuts New Driver Behavior Feature of MotoTrax

AngelTrax, a mobile video surveillance provider, recently debuted a powerful new tool for fleets of any size - the new MotoTrax Driver Behavior feature, designed specifically to help fleet managers instantly identify their riskiest drivers in real time.

February 24, 2016

Award-Winning Florida Police Fleet Saves Big with Idle Efficiency Technology

The Port St. Lucie (FL) Police Department recently completed a 90-day pilot program testing the effectiveness of Derive Efficiency's optimized engine calibration on a portion of their fleet. Since implementation, vehicles in the pilot group have seen an almost 12 percent reduction in idle fuel consumption.

January 8, 2016

Video: Oklahoma Sheriff Adds 'In God We Trust' to Vehicles
N.Y. State Police Update Fleet After Trooper Complaint

Carmakers in Hot Pursuit of LE Fleet Sales

Fleet sales are an important part of U.S. automakers' bottom lines, and none have more cachet or higher visibility than a contract with a law enforcement agency.

March 23, 2015

NYPD Wants to Replace its Scooter Fleet with Smart Cars

Ford, Telogis Offer Telematics for Law Enforcement

Ford and Telogis will offer a factory telematics system to law enforcement agencies that's designed to reduce hazardous driving by officers, the companies said while announcing the product at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Orlando, Fla.

October 28, 2014

Detroit Bankruptcy Plan Calls for Fleet Modernization

Detroit Bankruptcy Plan Calls for Fleet Modernization

The department operates an aging fleet of 1,291 vehicles riddled with maintenance issues. The vehicles lack technology needed for police work such as rugged computers. For officers, getting an operational vehicle is no sure bet, according to a Police Magazine report. In March 2013, a group of corporations pledged $8 million for new vehicles, enabling the department to replace 100 Detroit PD cruisers.

February 24, 2014

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