Mesquite, Texas

Mesquite Police, Dallas County Sheriff and the Texas Highway Patrol set up an aid station and processing point in Mesquite. Buses had to stop here before going to the two major shelters in Dallas.

  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    Texas Dept of Public Safety, escort units
    "i want some dps pictures please"

    Perhaps you mistakenly took this place as a drive up window at a burger joint?
  • stephen (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    Texas Dept of Public Safety, escort units
    i want some dps pictures please
  • etg (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    Texas Dept of Public Safety, escort units
    well, i don't see where anybody said that bigger was necessarily better. i don't see why this lightbar is junk. they have great visibility and with very little amp draw, aren't murder on a cruiser's electrical system.

    there are several models of led lightbars from all manufcturers that are lower than this whelen edge model. however, this bar is nowhere near the biggest of the led lightbars in the current market. at about 3.75 inches tall, it is about the same height as code 3 javelin, the code 3 xf2300, federal signal's argent s2, and the argent sl. with the hot feet, the raydian is taller than the whelen bar. the biggest led bars on the market are the jetsolaris, the v-shaped led, the vista sl, and the led aerodynic.

    it's always a good idea to know a little bit about what you're talking about...
  • Skeeter (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    Texas Dept of Public Safety, escort units
    Bigger is really better? In that case, at 6'07" and 420lbs, I'm the best too.
  • JOETEX (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    Texas Dept of Public Safety, escort units
    THOSE LIGHT BARS ARE BIGGER THEN ALL THE REST OF THE L.E.D. LIGHT BARS IN THE CURRENT MARKET..WHITCH IN TURN MEANS THERE BRIGHT AS HECK VISIBLE MANY MILES AWAY...
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 9 months ago
    532 3261
    This is a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe
  • Bill EMTP (Private)
    10 years 11 months ago
    Texas DPS
    Probably one reason PDS doesn't use spotlights is resale. They don't use the base package, but the high level trim with carpet, cruise, etc.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years ago
    Texas DPS
    SPOT LIGHTS WOULD BE MORE CONVENIENT IF YOU ARE FOR EXAMPLE DRIVING AROUND AND DECIDE TO LIGHT UP THE DITCHES OR AREAS ON THE SIDE AS YOU CONTINUE TO DRIVE... WOULD NOT ANYONE AGREE?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    532 3271
    Didn't he used to a Texas Ranger on TV?
  • Omar (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    Texas DPS, staging for bus escort
    WHY ARE ALL THESE PICS PROTECTED? I JUST WANT TO SAVE THEM AS PICS FOR MY SCREEN SAVER OR MY DESKTOP BACKGROUND... TX DPS HAS ONE OF THE BEST LOOKING CRUISERS FROM ALL STATE POLICE AGENCIES...
  • cRc (Private)
    11 years 2 months ago
    532 3256
    Every trooper washes their car at the end of every shift?!? No wonder taxes in CA are so high and water is so scarce. What a highly efficient use of government resources.
  • tom (Private)
    11 years 2 months ago
    532 3256
    as far as the CHP units getting washed 3 times a day(end of each shift) most state troopers/highway patrol officers are assigned a "take home car" so once a day washing is ok- here in georgia all state troopers are assigned take home units and each state patrol barricks has state inmate labor to keep the grounds/building clean and they also wash the patrol cars as needed.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 4 months ago
    532 3271
    Ah ah, check out the officer to the left. His pose
    appears a little risque.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 4 months ago
    532 3261
    Yeah, I like this ride also. Looks like the new
    07 Tahoe---sweet.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 6 months ago
    532 3257
    The Texas DPS had used Ford for almost a decade after Chevy Caprice was out of production. I hear that the Texas DPS drives some Chevy Impalas and a few Dodge Interpid. The Texas DPS also drives the Chevy Tahoe. I also hear that the Texas DPS drives Dodge Ram, Ford F-Series, and Chevy Full-size pickup trucks for the commercial enforcement. Generally, the TX DPS uses many Ford Police Interceptors. Seemingly, the TX DPS drives many different kinds of police vehicles. Though the Dodge Charger is not on this picture, I am sure that the TX DPS is testing Dodge Charger police car, which is quicker than Ford Police Interceptor. Will the TX DPS keep purchasing both Ford and Dodge?