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Oceanside police unveil new cruiser

On Behalf of | Dec 20, 2014 | Firm News |

A very interesting way to entice people to looking to law enforcement.  Will it disappoint them when they get assigned to the old crown victoria?  Oceanside DUI cases often occur at night.  Will this vehicle potentially let someone believe the car stopping them is not even an officer?  Most people have a sense of what a squad car looks like.  There are stories of people having fake lights on their vehicles.  Could this open up potential issues for someone being stopped for an Oceanside DUI and they hesitate to pull over because the vehicle looks different?
I will say many law enforcement agencies are moving to the SUVs.  If you travel down I-5, 805, or 163, you will have likely seen them.

Many eyebrows were raised in Oceanside Wednesday when police cruised through their streets showing off their new wheels.

Oceanside Police Department unveiled their new patrol car – 2015 Nissan GT-R.

The police force partnered with Mossy Nissan of Oceanside to loan the vehicle for four months at no cost to the city.

The vehicle will be used as a recruiting tool in hopes of encouraging younger people to pursue a career in law enforcement.

The full article can be found here.

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Oceanside, California, is the northern most city in San Diego County centrally located between Los Angeles and San Diego. With 3.5 miles of beach, a 1,000 boat slip harbor, the largest of the California missions and several regional museums, Oceanside offers year-round perfect weather and easy access to all of Southern California attractions. Oceanside is committed to providing great services to the residents, visitors, and the business community. 

North County Regional Center

The North County Regional Center is a facility shared by the Superior Court, Sheriff, Probation, District Attorney, Revenue and Recovery, and the Board of Supervisors. The North County Superior Court is a full service branch court. Currently the Court hears Criminal, Civil, Family Law, Probate, Small Claims, Appeal, Adoption, Traffic and Minor Offense cases. This branch court has a venue encompassing most of Northern San Diego County.

Most operations and departments which are functional at the main courthouse in downtown San Diego are also operating at this branch. There is a business office handling all filings and records, Arbitration Department, jury facilities, Family Court Services, Probate Examiners, Legal Research Department, and an Older Records and Exhibits Office. Court Reporters and Judicial Secretaries round out the support for this branch.

The North County Regional Center is located at:

325 South Melrose Dr.
Vista, CA 92081

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