Should officers get an off switch to silence their vehicles?
Dodge is adding to its police car portfolio with the 2018 Durango Pursuit, a specially-prepped police version of the automaker's SUV. Available with an optional 360-horsepower Hemi engine, the Durango Pursuit comes with everything you'd expect in a truck built to protect and serve. We'll try to avoid too many Blues Brothers cop car references but, yes, this Dodge includes some serious "cop shocks" and that aforementioned "cop engine," among many other modifications.
We saw a junkified Ford P71 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor in Colorado last month, so it's only fair that we take a look at the P71's only serious rear-wheel-drive competition during the 1990s: the Chevrolet 9C1 Caprice Classic. Here's a final-year-of-production ex-police Caprice, spotted in an Arizona self-service wrecking yard.
Here's a former Lone Tree Police Department Police Interceptor in a Denver wrecking yard.
A shoplifting call gone way wrong.
It packs 375 horsepower.
What is it with Dubai, anyway ...
No boring cars for the polizia.
Mom-saving cop honored with award for bravery.
Look out. There's a new Mopar sheriff in town.
Two Volvo-driving English vagrants are behind bars today after pelting police officers with bricks during a traffic stop.
Oregon is taking an aggressive approach to combating distracted driving and speeding, enlisting a new force of 40 unmarked police cruisers.
In late 2015, two officers of the Blaine, Minnesota police department responded to an alarm call from the local Fleet Farm.
A Wisconsin police officer was in the middle of a routine traffic stop when his night took a turn for the weird.
We've all seen them advertised online: Heavy-duty parts, regularly maintained by a shop, low mileage, cheap replacement parts, and low-price fleet cars that were once used as patrol vehicles. Great buy, right? After all, doesn't low mileage indicate the car was not used?