Spokane Police giving away clubs to help reduce car theft
SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Police Department is now offering free clubs to the public with the hope they will help reduce vehicle theft.
The clubs (vehicle theft prevention devices) are available for people who drive certain makes and models of cars, and can be picked up at neighborhood precincts.
All that is required is proof of ownership of the following vehicles and proof you live in Washington.
Eligible vehicles include:
1983 – 2005 Honda Civic or Accord
1984 – 2005 Toyota Camry
1990 – 2005 Subaru Legacy
1985 – 2000 Jeep Cherokee
1985 – 2005 Ford Explorer
1985 – 2010 Dodge Caravan
1990 – 2000 Ford Escape/Escort
1990 – 2005 Subaru Impreza
1985 – 2000 Nissan Sentra
1990 – 2006 Ford Pick-up trucks
1990 – 2006 Chevrolet Pick-up trucks
The clubs can be picked up at the South precinct on 1st Ave, North precinct on N. Market and Downtown precinct on W. First.
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