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Lenco Armored Vehicles is the most trusted armored SWAT vehicle manufacturer in the world. Nearly 400 law enforcement agencies across the United States rely on Lenco BEARs and BearCats every day. BEARs and BearCats have taken assault fire in the field; bullets have bounced off and lives have been saved. From LAPD and L.A. County Sheriff to NYPD and Boston PD, Lenco Armored Vehicles have become standard operating procedure. The Lenco BEAR and BearCat...the way SWAT does business.

Lenco BEAR & BearCat In Action

View our gallery featuring images of Lenco's BEAR and BearCat Armored Rescue Vehicles (ARVs) in use by several law enforcement agencies. Editor's note: This gallery is sponsored by Lenco.

An LASD deputy rolls the Ford P.I. Utility EcoBoost toward the road course for testing.

LASD 2014 Model Year Vehicle Testing

Each year, law enforcement agencies in Michigan and Southern California evaluate new pursuit-rated police vehicles from the upcoming model year. This year, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department tested 21 sedans, SUVs, and motorcycles from the 2014 model year. Read the full story here. Photos by Paul Clinton.

Ford's E-250 van allows Toledo Police officers to arrest groups of disorderly people and transport them to a city holding cell.

Ohio Agency's Ford Police Wagon

The Toledo (Ohio) Police Department has purchased seven Ford E-150 and five Ford E-250 vans to outfit for crime-scene investigations and special event response. The E-250 vans will be set up as police wagons to handle group arrests because of their larger size. View our gallery of one the agency's using for prisoner transport. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Toledo PD.

Adamson Industries' HG2 Crossfire is an outward-facing tag bezel with an emergency lighting system designed for maximum visibility. The Crossfire lighting design features optics mounted at grazing angles to enhance visibility by emitting light onto a broader field of view. There are multiple color combinations and flash patterns available. Constructed of aluminum with a black powder coat finish for durability, it utilizes factory mounting locations for ease of installation and its design can fit to all vehicles.

Emergency Vehicle Lighting

Update the exterior lighting of your agency's emergency vehicles with these accessories from six leading law enforcement suppliers. These lighting solutions offer easier integration into push bumpers for upfitters and greater versatility for patrol officers. Photos courtesy of vendors.

The LAPD patrolled with this 1971 Plymouth Fury. Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Police Museum.

Classic Chrysler Patrol Cars

Chrysler has been producing Plymouth or Dodge patrol cars since the early 1930s, and for many of those early years Plymouth turned out some special cars for police work. The earliest came when the Washington State Patrol began using a 1932 Plymouth 1932 PB coupe, according to AllPar.com. Chrysler offered its first police package on 1956 Dodge Coronets. The 1970s brought the era of Mopar squads.

TruckVault's Lift System is designed to allow spare tire access for Ford Explorer pursuit vehicles. The company’s Lift Technology uses air assist cylinders to make lifting the entire unit a snap. Simple in design, its all-steel construction is engineered for heavy service.

Vehicle Weapons Storage

You don't want someone getting a hold of your weapons or other potentially dangerous items kept in your vehicle. Secure firearms and other potentially dangerous gear safely in your rolling office with these seven law enforcement-specific solutions. Photos are courtesy of vendors.

The Greenfield PD acquired its Subaru WRX STI in the fall, after upgrading its fleet to Dodge Chargers. 

Wis. Agency's Subaru STI Rally Car

The Greenfield (Wis.) Police Department's 2012 Subaru WRX STI, acquired on a courtesy lease from Schlossmann's Subaru City, makes an impression. The department has been using the vehicle for community relations, traffic enforcement, and cruising enforcement. Several violators have requested a ride to jail in the backseat of this police rally car. Read the full story here. The car was featured in a photo shoot by Jay Baumgardner.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol's Ford Police Interceptor Utility.

In-Service Cop Cars: Ford P.I. Utility

After retiring its venerable Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, Ford offered law enforcement agencies two choices—the Police Interceptor sedan and P.I. Utility. The P.I. Utility has caught on with highway patrol agencies for its increased cargo capacity and rear-end crash rating. View our gallery of in-service Ford P.I. Utility vehicles, and then read "The New Recruits: In-Service Cop Cars" for detailed stories of agencies using them. Photos provided by the respective agencies unless otherwise noted.

The Dodge Charger Pursuit gave IACP attendees a glimpse into a more connected future for officers. 3M provided a vehicle wrap that can be peeled off to increase vehicle resale value.

LAPD's Patrol Car of the Future

The Los Angeles Police Department and Chrysler developed a concept of the "patrol car of the future" that was displayed at the 2012 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference. The Dodge Charger features an integrated dashboard screen, solar-powered lightbar, USB ports, and a vehicle wrap. Read the full story, "LAPD's Next-Generation Dodge Charger." Photos by Paul Clinton.

Ford's Police Interceptor sedan. Photo: Raymond Holt, MSP

2013 Police Vehicle Testing

Evaluators in Michigan and Southern California have completed their testing of the 2013 model-year patrol cars, SUVs, and motorcycles. View these photos from the test sites that show the vehicles in action. Read "How to Use Police Vehicle Tests" for the full story.

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