The POSI.TRON 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 Trikke extends traditional foot and bicycle patrol range, call response speed and dramatically increases positive public engagement.
Fast and eco-friendly, it out-performs squad cars for mobility purposes in crowded conditions and multi-terrain scenarios (including indoors). At the same time, it packs a powerful, yet quiet engine that lets users maximize coverage and response times.
Police Trikkes promote positive engagement
The POSI.TRON is the ideal personal vehicle for a new police force in a new era of upholding the public trust.
When it comes to community policing, the way forward can seem stacked with complicated solutions to complex issues. But what if there was a relatively new tool available, one that’s advantageous for both police officers and the community?
What if that tool was already in use by many law-enforcement agencies across America?
Improve Community Policing
Our TRIKKE Patrol Specialty Vehicles offer the perfect choice for a new generation of police outreach and law enforcement. In this turbulent and divided times, being public defenders of local communities is even more important.
The Trikke Police was designed to keep officers as effective and efficient as possible in patrolling and other police duties while also providing a more positive and non-threatening image.
Chief David Hess
Roxboro Police Department
“I think this is just another tool in the tool belt. You can extend the range of a foot patrol, and they’re easier to use than a bicycle, less effort because they’re battery powered. So, it’s a very good tool,” Sgt. Rob Safreed, Wheeling Police Department.
“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.