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Compton Police Department orders T3 Series Electric Vehicles

The Costa Mesa-based firm says the city will use the vehicles for parking enforcement and community policing.

By Kylie MalstromPublished: September 29, 2011 12:54 PM

The City of Compton’s Police Department has purchased T3 Electric Stand-Up Vehicles (ESV) for parking enforcement and community policing. The Costa Mesa-based producer of clean technology electric vehicles said the police department made a $109,621 order of T3 ESVs for the city’s community development campaigns. The purchase was approved by the City Council earlier this month and the units are scheduled for delivery this week.

“We are very pleased that T3 Motion can help the City of Compton decrease fuel costs and increase community safety during their city improvement initiatives,” said Ki Nam, CEO of T3 Motion. “The T3’s unique design provides a command presence and approachability that are perfect for Compton’s community safety and appearance initiatives.”

T3 Motion boasts its ESV is a “cutting-edge ‘green’ personal mobility vehicle specialized for use by law enforcement and security officers.”

The Compton Police Department works to create and maintain a safe and attractive environment. It is responsible for providing enforcement programs and services designed to eliminate slum conditions and maintain the safety and appearance of the community. It focuses on enforcing codes related to parking violations, zoning infractions, and property maintenance.

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