Wisconsin

Photos of Wisconsin police units

  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Wisconsin State Patrol
    A lot you must know about police vehicles. The departments do not take off the side moulding. They come from the factory that way, with the door side moulding in the trunk. It is up to the agency whether they want to apply it after they apply their graphics.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Wisconsin State Patrol
    So many agencies take the strip of skirting on the front doors off, it seems silly to have left it on in this case. It cuts right through the badge, and it clear isn't that vital, or all the other departments in America would've kept it on too.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Racine, WI, Police
    Jesus! And there I was saying gumballs were out of place on a 1990s caprice! What's this, a 1998 or 99 CV. They're real scared of change in Racine, aren' they?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Racine Police
    Looks like an MP5 in the gun rack. I thought cops usually had shotguns, but the MP5 is certainly a good choice too, if not better.Only a semi-automatic though. I'll shut up now, I know this is copCAR dot com, not copGUN.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Racine Police
    Whoa. Bit more than your average fender bender. I'm guessing the caprice was a write off. Anybody know if the cop was OK?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Racine Police
    It seems pretty rare to see that kind of lighting display on a mid 1990s car. I like the package though, sharp classic look. You'd think speeders would spot that thing a mile away though.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Milwaukee County Sheriff
    That pushbar looks strange. Was that in general use, or some kind of training device?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    WI - Green Bay Police
    What are those lightbars called? They're really common, but I've never actually known what they are.
  • Adam (Private)
    10 years 11 months ago
    WI - Wisconsin Capitol Police
    I think it's slick how the word Capital is inside the Police. Unique.
  • Ben Stamurs (Private)
    11 years ago
    WI - Fon Du Lac Police
    Sorry, but spelling of city is incorrect. It is Fond du Lac and not Fon Du Lac. It is French after all.
  • 11 years 3 months ago
    WI - Racine Police
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  • jw (Private)
    11 years 4 months ago
    WI - Milwaukee Police
    I want to know what kind of wings they are putting on them if they are flying.
  • Kevin (Private)
    11 years 4 months ago
    WI - Milwaukee Police
    For being Fords, these Crown Vics fly pretty fast. I din't know what the city fleet management puts under those hoods, but it sure makes me feel better that Milwaukee's finest will be on the scene in moments.
  • Joe A (Private)
    11 years 8 months ago
    WI - Racine Police
    Regardless of the year & model, what I noticed first is the amount of damage. Had that been a contemporary vehicle it would likely be totaled. Those were the days - steel bumpers. Even the grill was metal.
  • Matt (Private)
    11 years 8 months ago
    WI - Racine Police
    Actually, this unfortunate Mopar is a 1960 Plymouth, a Savoy "Fleet Special" is my guess.