The Huntington Beach Police Department, located in one of Southern California's most densely populated areas, has renewed its confidence in MD 520N(R) helicopters, ordering its fourth of the series.
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HBPD stands for Huntington Beach Police Department (California)
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The Huntington Beach Police Department achieves much more with considerably less.
A primary goal of the Huntington Beach Police Department was to procure a complete and robust CAD and RMS solution capable of meeting the needs of the Police Department over the next seven to ten years.
Thanks to a program unveiled this week by the Huntington Beach Police Department, she could be armed with a radar speed gun.
And four California agencies (the Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach police departments, and the Orange County Sheriff's Department, along with newcomer Newport Beach Police Department) have joined forces to form the first-ever regional aerial unit known as Airborne Law Enforcement Services (ABLE).
The Glendale and Huntington Beach police departments in California this week became the second and third law enforcement agencies in the U.