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This site is a comprehensive photo collection of police cars, fire apparatus, unique vehicles, and general information for numerous emergency service agencies in Los Angeles County.

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November 27, 2014

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EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT ORDERS

Fire Departments

  • March 2014 - The Torrance Fire Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2015 Horton 623 rescue ambulances from Halcore Group Inc. dba Leader Industries in the amount of $406,006.04. This will begin to replace the paramedic squads and soon they will begin transporting their own patients to hospitals.
  • May 2014 - The Redondo Beach Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2014 Pierce Arrow XT pumper engine from South Coast Fire Equipment Inc. in the amount of $544,524.00. All new equipment and radios will also be purchased in the amount of $26,859.34

  • May 2014 - The Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2014 Chevrolet G-4500 Diesel Powered Road Rescue Ultramedic Ambulance from Emergency Vehicle Group Inc. in an amount not to exceed $212,000.00.

  • May 2014 - The Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2014 Seagrave pumper engine in an amount not to exceed $602,000.00.

  • May 2014 - The Monterey Park Fire Department has been approved to remount, refurbish, and re-power RA-61. Numerous issues including electrical, differential and engine problems have plagued the 2006 Ford E-350 ambulance. The work contains removing the existing patient care compartment and placing it on a new 2015 Ford E-450 chassis. Emergency Vehicle Group won the bid in the amount of $86,607.73.

  • June 2014 - FY 2014-2015 MICLA funding in the amount of $20.3M for fleet replacement was included in the Los Angeles Fire Department Proposed Budget. The funding will replace 8 Engine Co's, 5 Ladder Trucks, 6 emergency command vehicles, 23 Ambulances, 1 Brush Patrol, 10 Emergency sedans, 2 Utility Service trucks, 5 Crew cab pick up trucks, 8 Misc Specialized Vehicles.

  • June 2014 - The Monrovia Fire Department has been approved to replace the chassis on Squad 101 and remount the utility medical box. Squad 101 was involved in a not-at-fault traffic collision and the unit was totalled. Staff has worked with KME Fire Apparatus and the insurance adjuster to find the best solution. Staff will order a 2015 Dodge Crew Cab Turbo Diesel chassis in the amount of $52,877.25. KME will then paint, replace the roll-up doors, and other minor repairs and remount the utility medical box on the chassis in the amount of $40,109.28 and then install emergency lights and radios.

  • June 2014 - The Monrovia Fire Department has been approved to purchase two (2) KME pumper engines in an amount not to exceed $1,058,300.00. These will replace Engine 101 and Engine 102.

  • July 2014 - The Beverly Hills Fire Department has been approved to purchase three (3) 2014 Pierce Arrow XT 1500 GPM Triple Combination Pumper Engines in the amount of $2,099,286.23. These will replace Engines 1, 2, and 3.

  • August 2014 - The Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2014 Chevrolet G-4500 Diesel Powered Road Rescue Ultramedic Ambulance from Emergency Vehicle Group Inc. in an amount not to exceed $212,000.00. This unit will replace RA-34.

  • August 2014 - The Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2014 Seagrave pumper engines in an amount not to exceed $1,283,335

 

Police Departments

  • May 2014 - The Irwindale Police Department has been approved to implement a Narcotic K-9 program using federal and state asset forfeiture funds. In FY 11-12, Irwindale City Council suspended the motor patrol unit, commercial enforcement unit, K-9 unit, and FSET due to a budget deficit. To launch this program, the IPD will utilize an existing black and white patrol vehicle to convert to a K-9 unit at a cost of $4347.00. They will also use an existing police officer to be trained as a K-9 handler.

  • June 2014 - The Manhattan Beach Police Department has been approved to puchase a Law Enforcement Tactical Vehicle for the SWAT Team from Armored Group, LLC in the amount of $184,000.00. It will take approximately 10 months to build. The MBPD has also been approved to purchase a new DUI Checkpoint Trailer from Verde, INC in the amount of $27,617.55

  • June 2014 - The Claremont Police Department has been approved to purchase a new patrol/explosives Police K9 utilizing funds allocated to the police department under the 2013 SHSGP grant, the 2014-2015 State COPS/SLESF grant, and community donations. The total cost of purchasing the dog, training, upfitting a patrol car, food, medical, and housing for 2 years is $65,700.

  • August 2014 - The San Gabriel Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $36,964.11. This vehicle will replace the Field Supervisor Chevy Tahoe.

  • September 2014 - The Hawthorne Police Department has been approved to purchase six (6) 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility patrol vehicles with ecoboost engines and all black exteriors from South Bay Ford in the amount of $186,537.81. They also have been approved to purchase one (1) 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility K-9 vehicle with non ecoboost engine and all black exterior from South Bay Ford in the amount of $29,326.48. They also have been approved to purchase one (1) 2014 Honda Police Motorcycle from Huntington Beach Honda in the amount of $27,658.13

  • September 2014 - The Redondo Beach Police Department has been approved to purchase nineteen (19) vehicles. The vehicles include three (3) 2014 Dodge Charger patrol sedans from McPeek's Dodge of Anaheim in the amount of $125,761; four (4) 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility patrol vehicles, one (1) 2014 Ford F-150, one (1) 2015 Honda Odyssey, one (1) 2014 Nissan Maxima, one (1) 2014 Nissan Pathfinder, and one (1) 2015 Ford Explorer from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $348,195; seven (7) 2014 Honda ST1300PA Police patrol motorcycles from Huntington Beach Honda in the amount of $202,961.

  • October 2014 - The Pasadena Police Department has been approved to purchase four (4) 2015 Chevy Caprice patrol vehicles from National Auto Fleet Group (NAFG) in the amount of $125,800.

  • November 2014 - The San Gabriel Police Department has been approved to purchase four (4) 2015 Ford Interceptor Utility patrol vehicles from National Auto Fleet Group (NAFG) in the total amount of $118,735.88. After conducting research, the Department decided during the 2013-2014 Fiscal Year to begin the process of phasing out the Dodge Chargers within the Department's patrol fleet.

 

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