Township Council Buys $200K Worth Of Police Equipment

More than $200,000 in equipment purchases for the police department were approved at the July 8 Township Council meeting.

The council voted to buy seven vehicles and six portable computers.

Winner Ford Fleet of Cherry Hill was awarded a contract for one Ford F150 truck for $31,098.

The council also voted to buy six Ford Interceptor police vehicles for $165,289.

Finally, the council voted to buy six Panasonic ruggedized computers for a total of $24,980. The purchase will replace six other computers.

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