Patrol Vehicles

Read: Gas Pains

Gas Pains

Law enforcement and security departments nationwide are hurting as the price of gas for their fleets strains budgets to the breaking point. Smart fuel management strategies can ease the impact.

Read: Can Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Help Your Campus Go Green?

Can Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Help Your Campus Go Green?

With environmental benefits, low operating costs and flexibility of use, neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) could offer a viable alternative in your fleet. Yet there is much to consider before taking the leap to fully battery-powered vehicles.

Read: Vehicle Alternative Stands Out From the Crowd

Vehicle Alternative Stands Out From the Crowd

Although traditional police cruisers, motorcycles and bicycles all have their places in campus law enforcement, more and more hospitals and universities are looking at other ways to transport their officers. The Carolinas HealthCare System and University of Maryland are just two institutions that have adopted a different approach that has increased the productivity of their police and security personnel.

Read: How to Equip Campus Patrol Cars

How to Equip Campus Patrol Cars

From vendor to in-house installation, find the method thatworks best for your agency.

Read: L.A.’s Best Kept Security Secret

L.A.’s Best Kept Security Secret

Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) Chief Lawrence Manion and the campus officers under his command are the City of Angels’ undiscovered stars, humbly protecting and serving the second largest school district in the nation. Despite the enormity of their responsibilities and lack of publicity, Manion and his troops get the job done by smartly deploying resources and managing expenses.

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