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Ford Offers Special Pricing and Terms to People who Lost Cars in Hurricane Harvey, $1,000 Discount for First Responders

September 6, 2017
Ford Motor Company and its dealers are committing millions of dollars in relief funds and offering special assistance to those who need to replace vehicles lost or destroyed in Hurricane Harvey. First responders affected by the storm are eligible for an additional $1,000 discount.
<p>Photo: Code 3</p>

Code 3 Launches New, Versatile XTP Series

August 22, 2017
Code 3 Inc., manufacturer and developer of light and sound emergency products, has announced the launch of its new XTP Series of directional lights.

Video: VA Rescue Crew Uses Drones to Help Rescue Man Trapped by Tree

August 18, 2017
Members of the Danville Life Saving Crew and Pittsylvania County (VA) Sheriff's Office used drones to aid them in rescuing a logger pinned down across a river after a tree fell on one of his hands.
<p>Lt. H. Jay Cullen and Trooper Berke Bates (Photo: Virginia State Police)</p>

Helicopter in Fatal VA Police Crash Had Past Engine Problems

August 16, 2017
The police helicopter involved in a crash that killed two troopers near the chaotic events of Charlottesville, VA, over the weekend had previous mechanical problems that led to an extremely hard landing seven years ago.

Man Arrested After Laser Pointed at Charlotte Police Helicopter

August 9, 2017
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police arrested a man accused of pointing a laser at their helicopter Tuesday night.

Ford Says Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Police Utility the Result of Improper Upfitting

August 8, 2017
Responding to concerns about carbon monoxide exposure to officers using Ford Police Interceptor Utility patrol SUVs, Ford said today the issues experienced by some law enforcement agencies are a result of improperly sealed holes in the body of the vehicles that were created during the process of upfitting them for police duty.
<p>The Casa Grande (AZ) Police Department has experienced a series of minor vehicle accidents. The chief is sending all patrol officers to driver training. (Photo: Casa Grande PD)</p>

AZ Chief Sends Officers to Driving School After Series of Minor Accidents

August 2, 2017
The chief of the Casa Grande (AZ) Police Department has decided to send all of his patrol officers back to driving school following a series of minor accidents involving the agency’s vehicles.
<p>Photo courtesy of Ford</p>

Ford Takes Action on Carbon Monoxide Concerns

July 31, 2017
Ford Motor Company has announced it will offer to cover the cost of specific repairs in its Police Interceptor Utility vehicles with carbon monoxide concerns. This follows the Austin (Texas) Police Department's announcement that it would pull more than 400 PIUs out of service on Friday due to carbon monoxide concerns.
<p>The Austin (TX) Police Department first installed carbon monoxide detectors in March. (Photo courtesy of Austin PD)</p>

Austin to Pull 400 Ford Explorers and PIUs Out of Service

July 31, 2017
The City of Austin has begun pulling all 446 of its Ford Explorers and Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles from service after finding traces of carbon monoxide in a significant amount of vehicles.
<p>(Photo: FCA)</p>

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.
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