"You're really supposed to get a manicure using the BMWs?"
Innocent people are being endangered, injured, and killed.
A man charged with attempted murder led Los Angeles police on a strange and erratic chase along the 405 freeway earlier this week.
Don't engage in road rage.
It's hard to tell this is a McLaren.
The LAPD is looking for a quicker electric car with more range. The Model S definitely fits the bill.
The LAPD has been studying using Tesla Model S EVs for almost a year now, and it doesn't look like it'll be ordering any in the near future.
There are few things as fun as breaking the rear-end loose on rainy streets in a powerful American muscle car.
A Los Angeles couple is alive today thanks to the bravery and quick action of some Good Samaritans and the Los Angeles Police Department.
Dwayne Johnson's production company is developing a show for Fox television called 'Boost Unit,' which follows a new recruit to an LAPD Auto Theft Task Force.
Los Angeles is plugging some electric vehicles into its city fleet, including a Tesla Model S and a BMW i3.
Some police in Los Angeles will be riding Zero MMX electric motorcycles on duty. The LAPD is adding the fully electric police/military all-terrain bikes to its patrol fleet. According to Officer Steve Carbajal of the department's off-road unit, "It costs less than 50 cents to charge compared to using gallons of gas, maintenance is simple, and the community appreciates how quiet they are." The electric bikes, with their lack of noise and a headlight the rider can turn off, also have the benefit o
LAPD patrol cars are fitted with devices to videotape traffic stops and encounters, and officers wear transponders on their belts that capture audio and send it back to the vehicle recorder via an antenna on the car. In summer 2013 an internal LAPD audit found that antennas on patrol cars had been removed.
Perhaps you've heard this line from a police officer or some other person of authority, "If you haven't done anything wrong, what do you have to hide?" That would probably be one of the many questions being asked by the Los Angeles Police Commission - the civilian oversight board of the Los Angeles Police Department - of the LAPD itself, after it was revealed that officers had tampered with devices in police cruisers meant to record what they say.
Last year, the Dubai Police made news by purchasing a string of supercars to act as patrol vehicles around the city. Apparently, a generous family in Los Angeles thought that the LAPD needed to keep up with the Joneses, because they recently donated use of their Lamborghini Gallardo. Unfortunately, you won't be seeing the Italian coupe in any high-speed chases, as it's being used exclusively for display at charity events.
Three good Samaritans, one of whom just happened to be a Los Angeles Police Department bomb squad officer, saved an elderly man after he crashed his car Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Police Department has an annual budget for 2013 of almost $1.4 billion. That's a lot of money, but it also allows one of the biggest police departments in one of the country's biggest cities to buy some really, really cool toys. Toys like this - the BatCat.
Bradley takes a ride in the BatCat, a remote controlled telehandler robot used by the Los Angeles Police Department in emergency situations. Equipped with cameras and sensors for navigation via a remote operator, the LAPD's BatCat can lift vehicles and tear down walls with its massive telescopic claw.