Ohio police transition to smaller cruisers

Officers will need to adapt to storing thousands of dollars of equipment in smaller cars


By Marc Katz
Dayton Daily News

HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio — As local police departments transition from traditional Crown Victoria cruisers to new Ford Interceptors, officers will need to adapt to storing thousands of dollars of equipment in smaller cars.

Ford has ended production of the larger model Crown Victorias, replacing them are the Interceptors. It is more fuel efficient and has more horsepower.

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