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Definition: Any unattended motor vehicle, trailer, all-terrain vehicle, outboard motor or vessel removed or subject to removal from public or private property whether or not operational.

Abandoned Property/Vehicle

2

Definition: Dispatching and vehicle inventory database for all vehicles towed to and stored at the KC Impound Facility

Aries System

3

Definition: tow service ordered and authorized by a member.

City Tow

4

Definition: A detailed inventory and listing of items located inside of a vehicle being towed, which may include it's trunk and engine compartments.

Content Inventory

5

Definition: System designated to improve tow service response times, regulate tow fees incurred by citizens, and enforce violations of the wreck chasing ordinance.

GPS Tow Dispatch System

6

Definition: A hold authorized by an investigative element on a vehicle which was used in a crime.

Investigative Hold

7

Definition: Property that, in the members best judgement, has apparent minimal value and will not be destroyed or have its value diminished if left in the vehicle.

Negligible Value Property

8

Definition: A tow service ordered by a department member at the request of a citizen, when the citizen requests a specific tow service company.

Preference Tow

9

Definition: A tow service ordered by a department member at the request of a citizen, when the citizen has no tow service company preference.

Non-Preference Tow

10

Definition: Reasonable amount of time a member has to allow the arrestee or person responsible for the vehicle to arrange for the removal of the vehicle.

Timely Removal

11

Definition: Property which, in a members best judgement, is regarded as having significant value which could be lost, destroyed, or have its value diminished if left in the vehicle.

Valuable Property

12

The decision to tow a vehicle will never be made to _________ the owner/operator.

Penalize