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Newark PD Will Add Video to 50 Patrol Cars

April 20, 2010
The cameras will be installed within the dashboard, rather than the mounted style used by many law enforcement agencies. Police Director Garry McCarthy said the mounted cameras pose an injury risk to officers in the event of a motor-vehicle accident.

Baltimore City Officials Target Police Air Unit For Elimination

April 14, 2010
The Baltimore Police Department could be the first major urban department to eliminate its helicopter unit in budget cuts proposed by City Hall that could also lead to the elimination of hundreds of officers from the force.

Pasadena Police Use Copter's Infrared Device To Catch Hiding Burglars

April 8, 2010
The two men were hiding in trees between a freeway and hardware store and were identified with the thermal imager.

Chevrolet Offers Full Line of Police Vehicles

April 2, 2010
When the 2011 Chevrolet Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle (PPV) begins production later this year, Chevrolet will be the only brand to offer a full line of police vehicles, including the front-wheel-drive Impala, the Tahoe PPV, the industry's only SUV designed for police, including high-speed emergency vehicle operations, and the V-8 powered, rear-wheel-drive Caprice PPV.

L-3 Debuts In-Car Video System for Small Agencies

April 1, 2010
L-3 Mobile-Vision is introducing a new, low cost version of its popular FLASHBACK2 digital in-car video system. The FLASHBACK2-Lite is designed for agencies that don’t require wireless transfer and have a minimum of videos to store and manage.
Carbon Motors' E7 patrol car offers features designed for police work. Photo courtesy of Carbon Motors.

BMW Will Supply Diesel Engines For Carbon Motors' E7 Patrol Car

March 22, 2010
The BMW Group will supply 240,000 clean-diesel engines to Carbon Motors Corp. for the E7 patrol car under a partnership announced Monday in Washington D.C.

Unmarked NYPD Cars Routinely Towed by City, Mayor Unsympathetic

March 18, 2010
The Detectives' Endowment Association complained that tow trucks working for Internal Affairs have met their quota of four tows a day by tailing detectives and then hooking their cars.

WatchGuard Video Introduces Feature That Allows Recording After the Fact

March 17, 2010
WatchGuard Video announced today the release of Version 6.0 software for the WatchGuard DV-1 police in-car video system. The Version 6.0 upgrade includes a powerful new patent pending feature called "Record-After-the-Fact" that allows officers to retrieve buffered video not previously recorded to a DVD.

TASER and OC Fail To Stop Bulldog Attack on Patrol Car

March 16, 2010
When he felt his patrol car shaking while writing a report, a Chattanooga (Tenn.) police officer exited his vehicle to investigate. Officer Clayton Holmes, who had been running radar, saw a bulldog chewing on his vehicle.
Ford's 2012 Police Interceptor patrol car. Image courtesy of Ford.

Ford Unveils 2012 Police Interceptor

March 12, 2010
The Ford Motor Co. unveiled its new Police Interceptor in Las Vegas today and provided details about the patrol car that will replace the "Crown Vic" in late 2011. Ford also confirmed it has begun production on a second new Police Interceptor that will be a utility vehicle.
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