Ill. police get new patrol bikes

The bicycles can be used to enhance 'saturation patrols in problem areas of the city'

Chicago Daily Herald

CHICAGO — Des Plaines police officers assigned to bike patrol have new equipment to supplement the two 12-year-old bikes in the department's inventory. City officials showed off four new iForce bicycles Friday morning outside the police station.

The iForce bikes, manufactured in Butler, Pa., include emergency lights and sirens and customized graphics with the Des Plaines Police Department's identifiable shield visible.

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