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Police Fleet Conference Spotlight: Electrifying Patrol Fleets
Cobb County, Georgia, Fleet Services Director Al Curtis will lead the session, sharing about his experience adding EVs to his fleet. He'll be joined by Cobb County Carshop Supervisor Scott Misico, who will share about his experience working on EVs.
Police Fleet Conference Session Spotlight: Procurement and Upfitting
In Police Vehicle Procurement Problems and Solutions, David Renschler, CPFP, of Fairfield, California, shares advice on dealing with procurement troubles. Plus, representatives from Ford, GM, and Stellantis will join the conversation.
Police Fleet Conference Session Spotlight: Knowing Your Police Vehicle
Sgt. Tom Gorman of the Connecticut State Police has a training program in place to educate officers on their vehicles. In the Knowing Your Police Vehicle session, he'll share details about the program.
Driver Dies After Jumping from Stolen CHP Vehicle During Pursuit
A driver died when he jumped from a stolen California Patrol Vehicle as he attempted to elude other officers.
POLICE Vehicle Spotlight: Chevrolet Silverado PPV
Chevy’s pursuit-rated pickup is available with a two-inch life for off-road duty, but it’s also well equipped for street work.
SoundOff Signal Launches Telematics Product for Law Enforcement
According to SoundOff Signal, bluePrint Connect uses a combination of cellular service, proprietary software, applications, and GPS to connect vehicles, equipment, and other assets to the cloud where it monitors and reports on nearly every detail of information about the vehicle.
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Lessons Learned Managing the Nation’s Largest Police Fleet
If you ask Martinez which “first” he’s most proud of, it’s getting his entire fleet of marked patrol vehicles outfitted with ballistic panels and glass from Hardwire. It came after several NYPD officers were shot and killed while sitting in their patrol vehicles in less than three years.
NYPD Unveils Redesigned Patrol Vehicles
The updated vehicles will include 360-degree interior camera systems. Highway patrol vehicles in the fleet already have in-car cameras, but the rest of the fleet does not. The updated ones will be able to capture more, with the 360-degree filming capabilities.
The Tennessee Department of Public Safety Increased Visibility, Accountability and Accuracy with Inventory Management Software Designed Specifically for Law Enforcement
Before implementing new software, TDPS was using spreadsheets alongside an outdated asset management system without flexibility to meet the department's needs resulting in many inefficiencies.
Gamber-Johnson Acquires Lind Electronics
Over the years, Gamber-Johnson and Lind have partnered on countless cradle and docking station projects while always maintaining a great partnership and relationship based on trust and professional integrity,” the company said.
Testing the 2023 Patrol Vehicles
Gas-powered SUVs strutted their stuff at this year’s Michigan State Police testing, but the electrics will be the star in next year’s evaluations.
Milwaukee Using Electric Mustangs for Parking Patrol
Because the parking enforcement unit does a lot of stop-and-go work, the EVs will help reduce idle time.
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