Law Enforcement

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Law Enforcement

Law enforcement agencies throughout the country use all sorts of equipment to fulfill their missions. Thy obviously have side arms but they also have rifles and shotguns as well as non-lethal weapons. Each of these pieces of equipment need to be stored away and secured and vehicle cabinet systems are the best way to achieve that goal. Each department has its set of missions that need to be accomplished and the corresponding vehicles to fulfill those missions.

Law Enforcement Bicycles

Law Enforcement Bicycles

Law Enforcement Bicycles

Bicycle law enforcement patrol vehicles are low cost, high civilian contact vehicles that are good for smaller patrol areas that have a high concentration of traffic and pedestrians. They can have emergency lighting and siren for clearing pedestrian traffic during response and can respond faster than officers on foot patrol.  The bicycle can carry a small first aid kit, AED, and ticket books. These systems typically don’t need cabinet systems.

 

 

Police Motorcycles

Motorcycle law enforcement patrol vehicles are specialty response and patrol vehicles for larger area than a bicycle but can maneuver through high traffic areas because of their smaller size.  Motorcycle police patrol vehicles can carry first aid kits, AEDs, rifles, radar guns, and other small equipment.

Police Motorcycles

Police Motorcycles

Law Enforcement Marked sedan

Marked Police sedan, police car, police cruiser, squad car, area car, response car, traffic car or patrol car driven by a police officer, also known as peace officer or policeman. These law enforcement emergency response vehicles have a full size light bar on the roof, other lights in the front grille, flashing headlights and tail lights, graphics on the sides of the vehicle, siren and some vehicles may have a push bar on the front for moving stalled vehicles from the road way.  The police vehicle may also have a prisoner partition, medical supplies, radar gun, LPR license plate reader, gun rack, traffic cones, fire extinguisher and other equipment.

Stealth sedan

Stealth sedan patrol car law enforcement emergency response vehicles have no light bar on the roof but instead have lights in the front windshield either across the top or in the center of the windshield.  Other lights will be necessary like in the front grille, flashing headlights and tail lights, graphics on the sides of the vehicle, siren and some vehicles may have a push bar on the front for moving stalled vehicles from the road way.  The police vehicle may also have a prisoner partition, medical supplies, radar gun, LPR license plate reader, gun rack, traffic cones, fire extinguisher and other equipment.

Unmarked sedan

Unmarked Police Cars

Unmarked Police Cars

Unmarked sedan patrol car law enforcement emergency response vehicles have no light bar on the roof but instead have lights in the front windshield either across the top or in the center of the windshield.  Other lights will be necessary like in the front grille, flashing headlights and tail lights, no graphics on the vehicle, siren and no push bar on the front unless the vehicle is intended for stolen vehicle task force or other specialty use.  The police vehicle may also have a prisoner partition, medical supplies, radar gun, LPR license plate reader, gun rack, traffic cones, fire extinguisher and other equipment.  These vehicles can also be used as a supervisors vehicle because they are less.

Marked SUV

Marked Police Interceptor Utility

Marked Police Interceptor Utility

Marked SUV law enforcement emergency response vehicles are larger sport utility vehicles that can be all wheel driver or four wheel drive have a full size light bar on the roof, other lights in the front grille, flashing headlights and tail lights, graphics on the sides of the vehicle, siren and some vehicles may have a push bar on the front for moving stalled vehicles from the road way.  The police vehicle may also have a prisoner partition, medical supplies, radar gun, LPR license plate reader, gun rack, traffic cones, fire extinguisher and other equipment as there is more space in the vehicle for extra specialty police equipment.  These vehicles make good K-9 Response Units because they can respond to off road locations and they are larger to give a large police dog more room

Stealth SUV

Stealth SUV patrol law enforcement emergency response vehicles have no light bar on the roof but instead have lights in the front windshield either across the top or in the center of the windshield.  Other lights will be necessary like in the front grille, flashing headlights and tail lights, graphics on the sides of the vehicle, siren and some vehicles may have a push bar on the front for moving stalled vehicles from the road way.  The police vehicle may also have a prisoner partition, medical supplies, radar gun, LPR license plate reader, gun rack, traffic cones, fire extinguisher and other equipment.  These vehicles make good K-9 Response Units because they can respond to off road locations and they are larger to give a large police dog more room