New Jersey

Photos of New Jersey Police Units

  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    NJ - Kenilworth, NJ Police
    It is assigned to the Emergency service unit it says it on the side
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    NJ - Monmouth County Sheriff
    Sweet! Or should I say - Suite!!
  • Jerred (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    NJ - Monmouth County Sheriff
    Well that dog has all the room in the world now
  • Jerred (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    NJ - Kenilworth, NJ Police
    That is REALLY nice
  • Ty (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    NJ - Cranford, NJ, Police
    Well being that is says police and it has the police badge it looks like on the door i asume it belongs to the police. But i bet they don't use it for changing light bulbs. more than likely they wanted a police truck for there force so they can tow with it and they got one with a boom on it just in case they ran into a problem where the service guys are off and they need to do something quick. Or mabey they have a lot of cats getting stuck in trees
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    NJ - Cranford, NJ, Police
    Checked the Cranford P.D. website. Seems they do handle "traffic safety" for the town. Appears to be done by civilian staff, though. Seems odd that the vehicles would have red/blue emergency lights. Most of the vehicles on this website that are primarily used by non-sworn staff use amber emergency lights. Perhaps laws are different in N.J. Any thoughts?
  • Bill! (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    NJ - Cranford, NJ, Police
    doubtful on all counts. sometimes it just good to have one around "just in case"
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    NJ - Cranford, NJ, Police
    Is Cranford P.D. actually responsible for the maintenance of road signs, traffic lights, etc.?
    If so, are sworn officers doing this work considering these vehicles are marked as police vehicles and have red/blue emergency lights?
  • Matt Spadaro (Private)
    10 years 9 months ago
    NJ - Monmouth County Sheriff
    This Hummer was donated by a man who saw a K-9 dog crammed into the back of an older unit. He bought the vehicle and specifically said it was to go to this officer and dog and nowhere else, It was his wish before death
  • Carlos (Private)
    11 years ago
    NJ - Kenilworth, NJ Police
    What detail is the truck assigned to. Mounted police or marine?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years ago
    NJ - Monmouth County Sheriff
    Pretty large K-9 response for an IMPLOSION! LOL. Looks like somebody was just looking for an excuse to get out and play with the toys. ;-)

    Also, notice the aircraft headset hanging from the ceiling. o_O
  • jim h. (Private)
    11 years 5 months ago
    NJ - Kenilworth, NJ Police
    this is my town's truck
  • William (Private)
    11 years 7 months ago
    NJ - UNION CO, NJ, Police
    True I said this however let me explain. In public, ok, out and about ok. Though if its parked in a drive way, or in front of a officers house, wouldnt you be concerned a picture is being taken of the car with your number on it, your house address? I dont see anything wrong with the pictures though would appreciate it if the person would let me know as they could be at your residence to do something other. they can picture the car all they want, however would prefer not to have my house with address in it. I hope I cleared it a bit.
  • 11 years 7 months ago
    NJ - UNION CO, NJ, Police
    "My opinion is tax payers also own a peice of the car and its there right to see it and admire it"

    I find that statement odd, since you are the same guy who said you would accost a photographer that you see taking a picture of one of your units.
  • William (Private)
    11 years 7 months ago
    NJ - UNION CO, NJ, Police
    I dont see why a picture would hurt being on here. My opinion is tax payers also own a peice of the car and its there right to see it and admire it lol. I think the graphics are neat on this car, is the emblem also the agencies patch? neat.