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Dodge’s New Police Program Manager

 

David Callery was recently appointed as the Police & Emergency Response Vehicle Program Manager for Chrysler Group LLC. In this position, Callery will be responsible for managing all aspects of the Dodge brand’s Law Enforcement Vehicle Program. He will also develop vehicle sales programs specifically aimed at other facets of the emergency response vehicle market to include the fire and ambulance segments.

Specifically, Callery will work to build or reinforce relationships with Chrysler Group’s network of fleet dealers and emergency response agency representatives throughout the U.S. in order to create optimal sales programs and strategies to cater to this market. Additionally, he will leverage and integrate his technical product expertise on an internal basis to assist Chrysler Group engineers and product planners in the development of current and future vehicles that will be produced for the law enforcement and emergency response markets.

Prior to joining Chrysler Group LLC, Callery served for 24 years with the New York State Police. His most recent assignment before his retirement was as a staff sergeant assigned to fleet management for the state police. Callery has been heavily involved in many aspects of the law enforcement industry, including participation in various industry panels and membership in various law enforcement boards and organizations.

Callery will manage marketing and administrative responsibilities as they relate to Chrysler Group’s law enforcement and emergency response vehicle activities. This includes coordinating the Dodge Police Advisory Board meetings, representing Chrysler Group’s Fleet Sales Operations at all major national law enforcement and emergency response events, and assisting in the development of creative marketing and advertising programs.

Published in Law and Order, Nov 2010

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