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Chevy Caprice: Police input
Chevy Caprice:  Police input
GM worked with the Los Angeles Police Department and the Australia-based National Safety Agency, a non-profit group that works to assess police technologies from around the world, in developing the car.

The LAPD will have a pre-production version of the car for testing purposes before it's made available to other police departments.

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Last updated March 22 2010: 11:18 AM ET
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