Kentucky State Police Struggles with Aging Fleet
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November 16, 2017

<p><em>Photo by Paul Clinton.</em></p> Police Vehicles Pushed to the Limit in California
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department conducted its annual evaluation of 2018-model-year police vehicles from Oct. 10 to 13. Agency deputies got behind the wheel of 13 four-wheel vehicles and five motorcycles for the testing.
<p><em>Photo via <a href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:USA_-_KENTUCKY_-_State_police.jpg" target="_blank">Dickelbers</a>/Wikimedia</em></p> Kentucky State Police Struggles with Aging Fleet
The agency will need 260 cars within 12 to 18 months, and 180 cars per year after that in order to catch up on vehicle replacements.
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The Warren County (Miss.) Sheriff’s Office has acquired its first all-weather patrol boat that will be used for law enforcement and search and rescue.
Idaho City Unveils New Police Car Design
The Rigby Police Department in Idaho wanted a police vehicle design that integrates modern elements with law enforcement history.
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The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office in Texas signed up for training through the Texas Association of Counties, which offers truck and law enforcement driver simulation training for member agencies.
Gamber-Johnson - Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 Docking Stations
The docking station comes in three versions: a lightweight and low-cost cradle, a fully loaded docking station with a USB port to power your keyboard or mouse, and a kit version that replaces your tablet's battery.
<p><em>Two-way communications radio image courtesy of Mobile Create USA</em></p> Mobile Create USA - Two-Way Radio with GPS Mapping
In addition to voice and GPS Tracking, Mobile Create USA radios also include text messaging and unlimited talk time. Speak to the entire fleet of vehicles or hold a private conversation with individual vehicles as needed. The Keypad Display Microphone puts all the controls in the operator’s hand.
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