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Blog - Vehicles - October 2010

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General Motors has high hopes that its 2011 Chevrolet Caprice PPV will become American law enforcement's new patrol car. Photo courtesy of Chevrolet.

Chevrolet Aims to 'Flip' Ford's Patrol Car Dominance  

October 25, 2010
To achieve its lofty goals, the Detroit automaker has been taking steps to expose officers and law enforcement fleet buyers to the vehicle by issuing preview vehicles to agencies, hosting Ride-n-Drive events and gleaning feedback from its police advisory board.
The U.S. Park Police use a Bell 412 twin-engine helicopter for airborne patrol and other law enforcement duties. Photo courtesy of Bell Helicopter.

LEAs 'Creep' Toward Twin-Engine Helicopters  

October 12, 2010
American law enforcement, unlike European counterparts, hasn't exclusively shifted away from single-engine choppers, Larry Roberts, a Bell Helicopter senior vice president, told POLICE on Tuesday.
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