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By Mark Karczewski
Different colored lights are perceived and recognized differently by drivers. Read through which colors helped to provide the safest traffic crash scenes for officers.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Jan/Feb 2002)
By John Bellah
Emergency Vehicle Solutions (EVS) is one of the leading emergency vehicle equipment suppliers and upfitters in Northern California. The San Francisco PD has used EVS to partially upfit its vehicles for the past 11 years.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Nov/Dec 2009)
By PFM Staff
What emergency lights really are required for a slicktop police sedan?
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2009)
By Mark Karczewski and John Swain
Do More Emergency Lights Make You Safer?
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Mar 2004)
By Covelli, Scott
Go Industries gathered the best aftermarket accessories available and added them to the most aggressive, production ½-ton pickup on the market. The resulting concept vehicle is both a marketing tool for customers and a way to reach out to new accessory partners. Look for it at a Police Fleet Expo near you.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager May/Jun 2014)
By Police Fleet Manager Staff
All lightbars have 360-degree coverage, but the Federal Signal Vision SLR and Valor lightbars have a priority emphasis on intersection safety. The SmartSiren Platinum offers the maximum control with an easy upfit. The DTX In-Car Video System is the newest addition to the Federal Signal police lineup.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager May/Jun 2013)
By Cameron, Stuart
As law enforcement agencies traverse the demands placed upon them while at the same time dealing with ever shrinking equipment budgets, creativity is a must. Repurposing vehicles, whether they have been seized from criminals or rendered surplus by the federal government, is a cost effective and creative way to meet the need for specialized patrol vehicles.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Sep/Oct 2014)