On Tuesday night, Commissioner Sheila Alu urged "swift action" to address the controversy and put an end to the practice.
"If a cop is violating the law, they need to lose their take-home car privileges," Alu said.
A three-month Sun Sentinel investigation found almost 800 cops from a dozen agencies routinely driving 90 to 130 mph on our highways.
Alu thinks officers caught speeding should lose their take-home cars for six months.
She also advocates putting GPS devices and video cameras in all police cruisers in Sunrise.
Commissioner Larry Sofield said officers should not be the only ones with GPS devices placed in their cars. He thinks it should apply to all city employees.
Alu said she plans to discuss the issue again at the next city commission meeting on Feb. 28.