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Driving a police-spec Charger as a civilian isn’t so much about the car as the experience.

That’s because it feels and performs like a regular model—we’ve reviewed those in many forms—save for one major distinction: Its performance is almost entirely dictated by its appearance, not the beefed-up chassis or the burly 5.7-liter V-8.

Beginning in 1979, the LTD, LTD-S, and LTD models of the car began to see widespread use across the country.

In 1992, the PPV edition of the automobile was deployed as a major upgrade for law enforcement and was succeeded by the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (CVPI) model from 1998-2011.

Cizanckas wanted to rebuild trust with the community — and he made a number of changes to improve the department’s image.

One of the most ground-breaking and controversial was the new blazer-style uniform he implemented.

The 1960s had been a turbulent decade in Menlo Park, a small city with wide suburban streets and manicured lawns just south of San Francisco.

There were big student-led, anti-war demonstrations at nearby Stanford University.

"The police officer in the Sandra Bland case and police officers everywhere often respond in kind when they think people are being disrespectful to them," says Williamson. Bland's offense appears not to have been rudeness but rather her failure to be sufficiently deferential to Encinia's authority and ego. "The police officer is supposed to be the professional in this situation and he could have very easily deescalated that encounter, and we would't be talking about this today," says Willamson.

In this July 10, 2015, frame from dashcam video provided by the Texas Department of Public Safety, trooper Brian Encinia arrests Sandra Bland after she became combative during a routine traffic stop in Waller County, Texas.