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Dodge Enhances Charger Pursuit's Officer Protection Package

July 24, 2017
Fiat Chrysler has enhanced the capabilities of its Officer Protection Package that increases an officer's situational awareness when parked and working inside the 2018 Dodge Charger Pursuit law enforcement sedan, the automaker has announced.
<p>The 2018 F-150 Police Responder will be the industry&rsquo;s first pursuit-rated pickup for law enforcement. (Photo: Ford)</p>

Ford Debuts Pursuit-Rated F-150 Pickup Truck

July 20, 2017
The 2018 F-150 Police Responder, expected on the road by next 2018, adds off-road capability and more utility to Ford’s lineup of police vehicles.
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Chicago PD Asking Officers to Design Look of New Patrol Vehicles

June 13, 2017
The Chicago Police Department, seeking a fresh look for its patrol vehicles, is asking officers for proposals to redesign the layout of the words, images, and colors on the outside of its newer cars.

Bible Verse Decals to Come Off VA County Patrol Cars Immediately, Sheriff Says

May 18, 2017
The Bible verse decals that have adorned Montgomery County (VA) Sheriff's Office vehicles since March are coming off immediately, Sheriff Hank Partin said in a Thursday statement.
<p>Ford&#39;s new Police Responder Hybrid Sedan is now on duty with the LAPD. (Photo: Thi Dao)</p>

LAPD, NYPD Testing Pursuit-Rated Ford Hybrid Sedans

April 10, 2017
Law enforcement agencies in New York and Los Angeles will begin using a new pursuit-rated hybrid-electric police sedan that the automaker unveiled on April 10. Agencies can order the Police Responder Hybrid Sedan this spring, and Ford will begin delivering it next summer.

With Trump, Police Hope to Deploy Military Gear Banned Under Obama

March 30, 2017
Police groups helping to shape President Donald Trump's law-and-order agenda have their eyes on big prizes: military equipment banned by the previous administration and tougher laws on violence against officers.
<p>Iris Covert Mobile Surveillance Platform (Photo: Point Blank Enterprises)</p>

Point Blank Enters Surveillance Vehicle Market with Iris Covert Product Line

February 16, 2017
Point Blank Enterprises has announced its entry into the surveillance vehicle market with the introduction of the Iris Covert product line, a next generation vehicle-based video surveillance platform designed to change the way law enforcement can safely collect, process, and transmit high-definition audio and video.
<p>The 2017 Charger Pursuit now comes with an ambush detection system that alerts officers if someone is approaching the car from the rear while it is parked. (Photo: Chrysler)</p>

Chrysler Adds Ambush Detection System to 2017 Charger Pursuit

February 13, 2017
The Officer Protection Package is designed to increase an officer’s situational awareness when parked and working inside the vehicle. The package uses the Charger Pursuit’s ParkSense rear park assist system and ParkView rear backup camera to alert an officer if anyone is behind the vehicle.

NYPD to Get Armored Patrol Car Windows

January 24, 2017
The City of New York is planning to spend $10.4 million to outfit all NYPD patrol cars with bullet-resistant window inserts, according to City Hall officials.

GM to Discontinue Chevrolet Caprice PPV

January 16, 2017
General Motors will cease production of its Chevrolet Caprice police sedan after building the front-wheel drive patrol car for six model years in Australia.
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