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By Romig, Hilary
The market for law enforcement specific products is vastly increasing and advancing with every new item. As technology advances, the products of each of these printer companies improves and meets the needs of customers bringing suitable options for every situation.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Sep/Oct 2016)
By John Bellah
The technology and upfitting buzz of the season is the joint effort between the LAPD, Ford, Havis and Lectronix for an in-dash mounted screen in the two Ford Police Interceptors. This concept touchscreen is LAPD’s vision of the future police vehicle, the next step forward in police interiors and upfitting.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2014)
By Ed Sanow
Ford continues to expand their presence in the police vehicle market with both a 365 hp, turbocharged V6 for the PI Utility, and a 240 hp, turbocharged I4 in a brand-new, non-pursuit admin package for the full-size PI Sedan. Both the PI Utility and PI Sedan taken together, Ford has nearly half of the police market.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Jan/Feb 2014)
By Tony Revis
When selecting a portable printer, it is clear that different applications have different requirements and needs; thus there are many factors to consider when deciding.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jun 2006)
By PSIT Staff
The RuggedJet™ mobile printer from Brother Mobile Solutions is specifically designed to allow law enforcement and safety inspection officials to print various documents from virtually any location, including: Electronic citations; Parking violations; Amber alerts; Driver information exchange; Emergency instructions; Evidence labels; Inspection certificates; Warning notices; Violation notices.
(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Jan/Feb 2012)