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Officer Protection Package Now Offered in 10,000 Dodge Charger Pursuit Police Vehicles

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The Officer Protection Package is set to be a standard feature for the 2019 Dodge Charger Pursuit model

Dodge’s advanced Officer Protection Package is helping to keep police officers safe while behind the wheel

The Dodge Charger Pursuit police sedan is currently the most popular police vehicle in the country. One reason for the model’s popularity is the wide assortment of advanced technologies that it comes equipped with.

The best of those technologies are included in the Officer Protection Package offered by Dodge. The automaker is now proud to announce that 10,000 Dodge Charger Pursuit models are currently equipped with the Officer Protection Package.

The Officer Protection Package was first included in 2017 Dodge Charger Pursuit vehicles. Dodge is set to offer the package free of charge with every 2019 Dodge Charger Pursuit model.

The package combines the advanced InterMotive’s Surveillance Mode Module with features from Dodge’s Fleet Safety Group suite. Some of these features include the ParkSense rear park assist and a ParkView rear backup camera.

Working together, these technologies alert officers to any movement behind the Charger sedan. The camera monitor then displays an image of the person or object behind the vehicle.

You can learn more about the technology by watching the video below:

“The Officer Protection Package is the latest layer of safety to be built into our Charger Pursuit,” said Steve Beahm, Head of Passenger Car Brands for Dodge//SRT, Chrysler and FIAT – FCA North America. “We knew it was the right thing to do for all the men and women who protect us on a daily basis, and we are gratified to know that over 10,000 of these heroes now have a better chance of avoiding rear ambush occurrences.”

With standard features like the Officer Protection Package included with each Dodge Charger Pursuit sedan, it’s very likely that police departments across the country will stick with the Charger Pursuit as their go-to vehicle.