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Pursuit-Rated 4WD Chevy Tahoe Arrives for 2015

November 5, 2013
General Motors will begin producing a four-wheel-drive pursuit-rated Chevrolet Tahoe PPV for the 2015 model year for law enforcement agencies, the automaker announced Tuesday from the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Mich. Sheriff Considering Chevy Volt for Patrol

June 14, 2013
To help reduce the carbon emissions of county fleet vehicles, the Washtenaw County (Mich.) Sheriff's Office purchased an electric Chevy Volt to convert for patrol duty.

Chevrolet Camaro SS Joins Dubai Police Force

May 17, 2013
After recently introducing a Lamborghini to its fleet, the Dubai Police force has added the Chevrolet Camaro SS to its fleet, a first for a police organization in the Middle East, General Motors announced.

Houston PD's Traffic Enforcement Unit

April 30, 2013
Ten stealth vehicles, including Chevrolet Camaros, have helped this specialized unit issue 100,000 tickets for moving violations a year. The unit also accounts for half the agency's drunk-driving arrests.

Ways To End Vehicle Pursuits

January 12, 2012

Stationary roadblocks are no longer in wide use, but several innovative products could help officers safely end vehicle pursuits.

Detroit Cops Use OnStar For Stolen Vehicle Recovery

October 2, 2009
GM's OnStar is perhaps best known for providing turn-by-turn navigation and hands-free calls. But how about using it to recover a stolen vehicle?
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