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Ford Police Vehicles

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Your Personal Command Center

The Ford Police Interceptor® Utility has versatility built in. Standard programmable steering wheel switches can be configured to operate sirens, lights, speakers and other police applications.
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Wired Smart

On Police Interceptor® Utility and F-150 Police Responder® , a column shifter frees up the center console space to accommodate police equipment. On Police Interceptor® Utility and Police Responder® Hybrid Sedan, an available rear console plate streamlines upfitting, interfacing with the front console plate as a wiring channel. This allows for direct installation of electronics equipment from the front console area to the rear of the vehicle. Available factory-installed and factory-sealed lighting and wiring packages make upfitting easier and offer peace of mind.
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250-Amp Alternator*

Without a powerful lithium-ion hybrid battery to call upon, optional non-hybrid versions of the Police Interceptor® Utility are equipped with a massive 250-amp alternator to support police radios, computers, lights, video cameras, radar, printers and more.
*For gas engines only.
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Wiring and Lighting Solutions

For all Ford police vehicles, a full range of wiring and LED lighting solutions are available.
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Police Modifier Guides

Ford Motor Company has assembled a series of Police Modifier Guides to help upfitters achieve the highest standards of safety and quality in their vehicles.

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Non-original equipment can adversely impact vehicle crash performance. For example, push-bars could adversely affect air bag deployment in frontal impacts and prisoner barricades could result in head and neck trauma in high-speed rear impacts. Due to the variability of equipment installed, based on individual law-enforcement agency requirements, Ford does not test aftermarket equipment for functionality with Ford components. Law enforcement must balance needs for function and other officer safety concerns when equipping police vehicles with non-original equipment.