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Queensland Police Kia Stinger on US tour
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31st Oct 2018
2 min read

Queensland Police Kia Stinger on US tour

The first police force in the world to use a Kia Stinger - Queensland Police - has allowed Kia Australia to bring one of its operational police cars to the mecca of mechanical performance and modification - SEMA 2018. There's good reason for it too. Built in Australia almost at the last minute and shipped to the States specifically for the SEMA show, the Stinger is all about showcasing the potential of the vehicle for police operations globally.
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Trent Nikolic
CarAdvice podcast 87: What do our readers think of the new Commodore? 
BMW X2 2018, Kia Optima 2018, Range Rover 2018, Jaguar XJ 2018, Jaguar E-Pace 2018, Haval H9 2018, Holden Astra 2018, Honda Civic 2018, Mazda 3 2018, Holden Commodore 2018
podcast
26th Jan 2018

CarAdvice podcast 87: What do our readers think of the new Commodore? 

This week you are joined by Mandy Turner and Mike Costello. In car news, reports have surfaced about the the Alfa Romeo 6C sports car being prepared for 2020, while 2018 BMW X2 pricing and specs have been released. Also, Kia Australia is standing by the slow-selling Optima, QLD police union says hidden speed cameras are ‘revenue raisers’ and don’t save lives, the Range Rover SV Coupe has been confirmed for Geneva, and reports the 2019 Jaguar XJ goes electric.
Automatic number plate recognition in detail: We go on patrol with Queensland police
News
9th Apr 2017
5 min read

Automatic number plate recognition in detail: We go on patrol with Queensland police

Driving dodgy in the digital age? You're caught already. As in most Australian states, Queensland Police are now actively operating the next-generation of crime fighting technology: Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR). In Queensland alone, the tech has been used to accurately scan number plates over 23 million times in the last 15 months. Fitted to police vehicles across the state, ANPR scanners have the ability to fight crime in ways previously the domain of science fiction.
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Alborz Fallah
QLD Police - above the law
News
8th Jun 2007
1 min read

QLD Police - above the law

There is no doubt about it, QLD police are coming down hard on speeding drivers and those caught talking on their mobile phone. So we thought we'd contribute and help them catch some more "criminals". A member of Cruising Brisbane forum managed to take this shot on his mobile phone. Both cars were moving at the time.
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