Dallas limiting police gear on personal cars

Dallas County deputies must get OK to put emergency police gear on personal vehicles, commissioners say


Dallas Morning News

DALLAS — Dallas County commissioners voted Tuesday to ban deputies and other employees from installing emergency police equipment such as lights and sirens on their personal vehicles without the court's permission.

The policy also requires employees to get permission from their elected official or department head before installing police equipment in personal vehicles.

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