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Road ready: What the new fleet manager should know about upfitting (eBook)

An officer’s vehicle is their base of operations – make sure it serves them well

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CAP Fleet Upfitters eBook

Apart from their sidearm, there may be no more important tool for police officers than the vehicle that gets them to and from calls.

CAP Fleet Upfitters

A police officer’s vehicle is their base of operations in the field and protection from everything from attacks to accidents in transit – it must be a comfortable, functional and well-equipped “office space” capable of carrying essential gear and allowing the performance of various tasks.

Creating and optimizing that “office space” is a field that requires specific expertise. That’s where professional upfitters come in. With experience meeting many kinds of law enforcement needs in many kinds of vehicle models, they can help officers store and transport their accoutrements safely and accessibly, work efficiently and ergonomically, and move detainees securely.

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Download this eBook to learn:

  • What you should know about upfitting and how to proceed as a new fleet manager.
  • Whether to outsource your upfitting or attempt it on your own.
  • How professional upfitting benefited a pair of departments in Texas.

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Katja Ridderbusch is an award-winning print, radio and online journalist based in Atlanta. She reports on health care, criminal justice and law enforcement topics. Her work has appeared in outlets such as Time, the Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, Kaiser Health News and more.
John Erich is a Branded Content Project Lead for Lexipol. He is a career writer and editor with more than two decades of experience covering public safety and emergency response.