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LAPD Launches Electronic Bike Program

LAPD Launches Electronic Bike Program

The Bulls Sentinel eBikes are capable of reaching speeds of up to 28 mph across varying terrains. The company says it worked closely with the LAPD over a nine-month RFP process to build eBikes to meet the specific needs of the department’s urban law enforcement and patrol division, giving LAPD the largest eBike fleet in the nation.

June 21, 2018

Luxembourg Police to Use New Tesla Model S Police Cars for Patrol

Luxembourg Police to Use New Tesla Model S Police Cars for Patrol

Tesla's all-electric Model S is becoming increasingly popular with police departments around the world. In addition to the LAPD and Denver PD, the Luxembourg police also announced that they will be using the Tesla Model S and have started fitting them with police equipment.

January 17, 2018

LAPD Unveils Pink Patrol Vehicle for Breast Cancer Awareness
LAPD, NYPD Testing Pursuit-Rated Ford Hybrid Sedans

LAPD, NYPD Testing Pursuit-Rated Ford Hybrid Sedans

Law enforcement agencies in New York and Los Angeles will begin using a new pursuit-rated hybrid-electric police sedan that the automaker unveiled on April 10. Agencies can order the Police Responder Hybrid Sedan this spring, and Ford will begin delivering it next summer.

April 10, 2017

Video: LAPD Equipping Tesla Sedan as Patrol Vehicle

Video: LAPD Equipping Tesla Sedan as Patrol Vehicle

The Los Angeles Police Department will test a Tesla Model S sedan as a patrol car because it offers higher performance and longer range than other battery-electric vehicles on the market, the department's fleet manager said.

October 18, 2016

LAPD Equipping Tesla Sedan as Patrol Vehicle

LAPD Equipping Tesla Sedan as Patrol Vehicle

The Los Angeles Police Department will test a Tesla Model S sedan as a patrol car because it offers higher performance and longer range than other battery-electric vehicles on the market, the department's fleet manager said. More Here.

October 18, 2016

California Police Departments Display Helicopters at American Heroes Air Show
LAPD Adds 100 BMW Electric Cars to Its Fleet
Video: LAPD Testing Tesla Electric Sedans

Video: LAPD Testing Tesla Electric Sedans

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.

May 12, 2016

LAPD Testing Tesla Electric Sedans

LAPD Testing Tesla Electric Sedans

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. More Here.

May 12, 2016

LAPD Loaned Luxury Electric Vehicles for Testing

LAPD Loaned Luxury Electric Vehicles for Testing

The Los Angeles Police Department recently showed off a Tesla Model S P85D and a BMW i3 as the newest members of its police car fleet in the name of “testing and research.” The two high-end automobiles are being loaned to the LAPD and were unveiled as part of the announcement of a broader plan to bring 288 new electric and hybrid vehicles to Los Angeles’ city-owned fleet.

September 14, 2015

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

Hundreds of LAPD Officers Worked Oscars

Police spend months planning with private security, the FBI and various city agencies for scenarios ranging from a terrorist attack to party crashers.

March 3, 2014

L.A. Police Panel Revises Officer Shooting Reviews

With its vote, the commission made clear it can find that a shooting or other serious incident violated department policy if the officer's actions beforehand created a situation in which deadly force was necessary. Until now, the commission has generally focused on the narrow question of whether an officer faced a deadly threat at the moment he opened fire.

February 18, 2014

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