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Photos of Texas police units

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TX - Houston Police

Thanks to F. Tom Abraham

Uploaded: July 13, 2002
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  • blah blah (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    sorry dave i couldn't resist
  • JOETEX 2 (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    BLAH BLAH BLAAAAAHHH BLAH BLABLA HAAA BLAAH BLOB LBO and yea it's BLAH BLAH ETC.ETC.ETC..............

    hmmmm . i feel like Tater now, and it feels good
  • JOETEX... (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    WELL JUST STAY IN TUNE TO THE MAJORITY OF THE DPT'S THAT THELL BE SWITCHING TO ALL WHITE OR B&W UNITS...AND YEA ITS A STATE LAW THAT THEY NEED TO SWITCH OR TO BEGIN TO DO SO ALOT LIKE DIGITAL RADIO FOR TRANSMITTING..AND YOU WONT SEE THAT FROM ONE DAY TO ANOTHER DUE TO THE HIGH COST TO DO SO..
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    Quote: "it is now a state law"

    BS!
  • Dallas PD (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    Dallas Police has traffic enforcement cameros with black backgrounds and yes, UTD police has blue cars. Richardson Volunteer Police also has blue backgrounds.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    No, it's not. Brazos County SO and Rockwall County SO have silver vehicles. Dallas County SO has at least one green traffic unit along and at least one silver car. North Richland Hills still uses blue and silver vehicles, I think, and UT-Dallas has blue units. San Antonio and Bexar County have been using standard color "low visibility" traffic units for a couple of years now.
  • JOETEX (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    also about that switch to white...it is now a state law.for all texas police vehicles to be either all white or b/w
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    I hope that one day someone puts up a pic of an HPD "Radio Patrol" blue and white from 1968 with Beacon ray and twin sirens on the roof.
  • F.Tom Abraham (Private)
    11 years 3 months ago
    This is the current standard white paint and custom baby blue scotchlite appliques (as of 10-06)that was addopted in order to save $500.00 dollars per car from not having to use the custom GM "batallion blue" paint used by HPD since the very early 60s.
    I took this picture of one of HPD's South Central Station's first delivered "shops" back in '04.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 6 months ago
    One.
  • JOE TEX (Private)
    11 years 6 months ago
    HOW MANY GRAPHIC DESIGNS DOES HOUSTON P.D. HAVE FOR THEIR UNITS?