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  • Dan (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    NE - Otoe Co. Sheriff
    you want a dark car for at night because they cant see you, as for Officer Safety that is why you get the LED lights on the car.
  • Anthony (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    NE - Otoe Co. Sheriff
    I think this car is too BLACK Officer safety. for at night.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    TN - Tennessee Highway Patrol
    What happened? someone needs to drive safer
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    MI - Michigan State Police
    what is with the stop on the hood of the car, no other state has that.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    NE - Otoe Co. Sheriff
    I think that this charger is one of the better ones that they have because you cant see it till its right there
  • jw (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    AL - Alabama Highway Patrol
    AMC didn't actually go under until 1987. This car is a 1970 or 71.
  • 10 years 1 month ago
    MN - Douglas Co. Sheriff
    I am from minneapolis but grew up in Douglas County, I remember when the the DCSO Sheriffs cars used to solid dark brown, Chevrolet caprices, and M-body plymouth gran furys, Do you have any other picutres of douglas county shriffs cars??
  • Commissioner Gordon (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    AR - Arkansas State Police
    All this non sense and no comments regarding the A.S.P
  • Daryl (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    US - U.S. National Park Service Ranger
    Excellent shot. Very well-focused for traveling down a dirt road.
  • Badboy (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    Misc - Whelen Demo unit
    Iowa State Patrol has one car with the Fastrax system on the rear. It is half strobe and half LED. When they are on, they are very bright and visible. I wouldn't mind my car having one on the rear.
  • S77-23 (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    IA - Bremer Co. Sheriff
    If you see a patrol car with these markings, you will know that it is an Iowa sheriff's unit. I designed these markings (with some help of my Florida friends) and they were adopted for state-wide use by the Iowa State Sheriffs' and Deputies' Association. The only difference that you will see is the county designation (there are 99 counties in Iowa). A few sheriff's offices don't put the stripes on, but otherwise all 2200 or so sheriff's vehicles in Iowa are the same. The Iowa designation is displayed on the license plates. The plates have the seven point sheriff's star, along with the county number and car/radio/badge number of the deputy, preceded by an S. I served in Polk County (county 77), and my badge/radio number was 23, so my plate reads S77-23. This is also standard state-wide.
    Another little-known fact is that the ISSDA got state law changed to allow law enforcement vehicles to display red and blue lights. Prior to that we were allowed only red.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    KY - Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement
    for one thing as he said you are looking at in the mirror and it is not ksp it dot truck cop
  • JD (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    TN - Tennessee Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
    Yup. This car was remarked. Once its service life is done, all replacement cars will have traditional THP colors.
  • William (Private)
    10 years 5 months ago
    TN - Tennessee Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
    I heard they merged with state police and are going to use the other sp cars and phase these out, true?
  • 10 years 5 months ago
    IA - Bremer Co. Sheriff
    I believe you are correct, especially since there is only one Bremer Co. in the US that I can find. My son shot this but didn't denote the state. Since it was in the same lot as a MN sheriff's unit, I assumed it was MN.

    Thanks