Preparing a service-ready police unit may require more work than a small garage staff can handle, even with preplanning and experience. If a fleet staff is too busy maintaining in-service vehicles, outsourcing may be the solution.
Rather than simply defer replacement purchases to meet short-term budget-balancing goals, fleet managers should use today’s fiscal challenges to reappraise their organization’s approach to fleet replacement.
Increased comfort and convenience, improved vehicle ingress and egress, advanced technology, and improved officer safety mark the next generation of police cars.
The latest generation of in-car video systems offers features that could only be dreamed of in analog systems.
It's been a great year for innovation in emergency vehicle lighting systems and control heads.
Improved community relations, cost savings, faster officer response times and environmental benefits are just some of the reasons campuses are putting their public safety officers on bikes.
Although hard financial times may leave campus fleet managers wondering how they can afford to go green, hospitals, schools and universities can learn from the City of Inglewood, which has used funds from a number of government programs to support its eco-friendly fleet efforts.
In this webinar, attendees will learn the observable behaviors people exhibit as they head down a path of violence so we can help prevent the preventable.
This discussion will help participants analyze, understand, and assess their own program effectiveness.