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<p>Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

Chrysler Develops Dashboard Screen for LAPD

September 28, 2012
Chrysler has installed 12.1-inch screens into two Dodge Charger patrol cars for the Los Angeles Police Department that significantly reduce the amount of police equipment in the cockpit.

Minn. Trooper Arrested for DUI at In-Service Training

September 28, 2012
A Minnesota State Patrol trooper was arrested Wednesday morning after he allegedly showed up for in-service training while intoxicated.

Video: Colo. Cops Chase DUI Teen's Stolen Cruiser

September 27, 2012
An 18-year-old is facing multiple charges, after she stole a Clear Creek County (Colo.) Sheriff's SUV and led deputies on a pursuit that reached speeds exceeding 100 mph.
<p>Photo courtesy of BSO.</p>

Fla. Deputy Killed In Motorcycle Crash

September 27, 2012
A Broward (Fla.) Sheriff's Office deputy died Wednesday after his motorcycle slammed into a Mercedes in Pompano Beach.
<p>Photo courtesy of Cedar Rapids PD.</p>

Cedar Rapids Moving to Chevrolet Caprice PPV for Patrol Car

September 19, 2012
The Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Police Department has received its first batch of seven new Chevrolet Caprice PPV patrol cars to replace its Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors.
<p>2008 Ford CVPI. Photo courtesy of Ford.</p>

Feds Investigate Ford CVPI Steering Failure

September 17, 2012
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has opened a preliminary evaluation of a steering failure on Ford Crown Vic Police Interceptors in the 2005-2008 model years. A possible recall could affect as many as 195,000 vehicles.
<p>Photo courtesy of Ford.</p>

Ford Adds 3.7-Liter Engine To Police Interceptor Sedan

September 13, 2012
Ford has upgraded its 2013 Police Interceptor sedan, by adding the 3.7-liter V-6 variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT) engine previously available only on the Police Interceptor Utility.
<p>2013 Dodge Charger Pursuit. Photo courtesy of Chrysler.</p>

Dodge Charger Pursuit Gets All-Wheel Drive for 2014

September 13, 2012
Chrysler will add all-wheel drive to its Dodge Charger Pursuit for the 2014 model year in response to feedback from law enforcement advisors, the company has announced.
<p>Photo courtesy of Vectrix.</p>

NYPD Deploys Lithium-Powered Vehicles At 9/11 Memorial

September 12, 2012
The New York Police Department has deployed Vectrix VX-1 lithium-powered law enforcement vehicles at the 9/11 Memorial Site. The vehicles join NYPD's fleet of VX-1s already patrolling Manhattan.
<p>Photo courtesy of New Mexico State Police.</p>

N.M. State Police Choose Ford P.I. Sedan

September 12, 2012
The New Mexico State Police purchased 54 Ford Police Interceptor sedans to replace its aging fleet of Ford Crown Vics, citing the vehicle's blend of performance, fuel economy, and safety features.
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