You mean where I can go buy a cop?
No. Police auctions are not where you go to buy a policeman! Many do not realize that police agencies, including local police departments, County Sheriff departments, as well as state and federal law enforcement agencies end up with a lot of confiscated, lost or abandoned property. Police departments across America also collect all types of assets and regularly hold auctions for them to sell. Almost every state, as well as the US Federal Government, the police seizure laws that strengthen law enforcement agency to seize that property assets that have either been used to commit a crime, or have been purchased with money received through the commission of a crime. Not all things, however, are seized. Sometimes items are purchased by the police department due to be abandoned. Sometimes there are also surplus police vehicles sold.
You may be asking yourself, “What types of things can I get on a police auction?” The answer is something that you can think of, and it has probably been halted or abandoned (or even surplused). Cars, jewelry, planes, boats, furs, homes, everything that has been used in a crime or bought with money that came from a crime is a fair target. What makes police auctions better than some other types of auctions is because of how cheap you can get some points. Many times, products such as cars, especially abandoned ones, are literally auctioned off for a few hundred dollars.
City police departments also conduct public bicycle / property auctions as well as an abandoned vehicle auction. They will also sell a variety of items (small electrical appliances, computer equipment, household items, cell phones, Automobile Accessories and a whole slew of other things). The auction will take place either on the Internet and / or live in person to interested bidders.
When most people think of the police seized car auctions they believe the cars were once owned by a drug dealer or murderer, but it is not always the case. A good number of cars that you will hit the police seized car auction, are those that have been confiscated due to defaults on loans and from companies involved in the fraud. A result of all this is that many of the cars are nearly new or in excellent condition.