Military Style Vehicles Gain Traction With Law Enforcement
Posted: July 7, 2014 at 6 a.m.
BENTONVILLE -- Thomas See doesn't expect to deal with improvised explosive devices, missile fire or a terrorist group at his job. He does believe, though, an armored vehicle could be a life-saving tool in some situations.
At A Glance
Law enforcement agencies in Washington County haven’t bought any Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles. The Springdale Police Department has not purchased any such vehicles, Lt. Derek Hudson said. The Fayetteville Police Department does not plan to buy an MRAP, Sgt. Craig Stout said.
Source: Staff Report
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