The TRIKKE POLICE INTERCEPTOR deploys a professional heavy duty and rugged construction, aircraft grade aluminum frame and parts. Full suspension with air shocks, wide stepping decks, all-wheel-drive, long range swappable lithium-ion battery, all-wheel hydraulic disc brakes, and complete lighting system.
Powerful 60V battery and power system, full Whelan style siren suite and five additional ultra bright LED flashing emergency lights. It will carry up to 300lbs payload at speeds up to 37mph. This unit is also law enforcement restricted (police purchase only).
COMMUNITY POLICING MADE EASY
Officers use the TRIKKE more often and more continuously than other similar devices. The Police Interceptor extends traditional foot and bicycle patrol range, call response speed and dramatically increases positive public engagement.
“Clips from our @TrikkeMobility test day. This is a tool for law enforcement that instantly increases community engagement, makes cops approachable, and provide a safe means of patrol special events, schools, parades & more. Awesome test day!”
Chief David Hess
Roxboro Police Department
Those scooters-like devices are being used as a community engagement tool for university police. “They are a fantastic community policing tool. It allows our officers to get out into the community in places that are sometimes hard to get to in a patrol car or on foot.” Lieutenant Cody Oliver, University of Virginia Police Department.
Officer Ashton helped launch the special law enforcement-edition Trikkes program for the Norfolk Police Department in the Spring 2019. They’re a major upgrade from the department’s old Segways.
“They’re a little cooler looking, yeah.” Officer Ashton.
“They’re far superior to any other electric mobility device that we looked into.” Officer Ashton.
“Our communities have seen great success in the past year with our community policing strategies and targeted patrols,” DCHA Police Chief Joel Maupin said. “With these new trikes, our officers will be very visible, but also be able to traverse more ground quickly. Combining our efforts with MPD’s Summer Crime Initiative will help reduce violent crimes across the city.”