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The 2018 Dodge Charger Pursuit features an enhanced version of the optional Officer Protection Package, a system designed to alert officers to movement outside the vehicle that could indicate an ambush.

Dodge Enhances Officer Protection Package for 2018 Charger Pursuit

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Dodge’s Officer Protection Package was designed to promote officer safety by utilizing sensors built into every Dodge Charger Pursuit to detect attempted ambushes from the rear when parked and working in their vehicle.

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Carbon Motors Partners with BMW Group

WASHINGTON - Carbon Motors Corporation and BMW Group jointly announced a strategic partnership. BMW will supply Carbon Motors with advanced clean diesel engines, complete with cooling and exhaust gas systems, and automatic transmissions for the Carbon E7.

BMW Group Receives Order from Carbon Motors Corp. to Supply Diesel Engines for U.S. Law Enforcement Vehicles

MUNICH/WASHINGTON - The BMW Group received a major order from the American law enforcement vehicle manufacturer, Carbon Motors Corp., to supply more than 240,000 diesel engines.

University of Wisconsin Fleet Runs a Solar Powered Maintenance Vehicle

MADISON, WI – The University of Wisconsin has in its fleet of vehicles a solar powered maintenance vehicle.

New Police Motorcycle Video System Unveiled

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Kustom Signals unveiled its Digital Eyewitness Road Warrior motorcycle video system at the recent Police Security Expo in Atlantic City.

Nebraska Putting State Money in Ethanol

LINCOLN, NE – Nebraska plans to buy dozens more flex-fuel vehicles that can run on fuel that is 85 percent ethanol.

Officers’ Free Rides Questioned in Fairfax

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA - More than 370 of Fairfax County’s police cars, trucks, and SUVs are taken home by officers every day, with taxpayers footing the bill for their gas, maintenance, insurance, and tolls.

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