Missouri

Photos of Missouri Police Units

  • mshp (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    MO - Joplin Police
    That's a nice Radio Shack scanner antenna...geez, they couldn't even get a trunk lip mount or something?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    MO - Kansas City Police
    They are actually going back to their old markings.
  • Ramrod919 United States (Private)
    10 years 9 months ago
    MO - Missouri Highway Patrol
    Most of the unmarked are supervisors though. Still a good looking car, plain but to the point!! And I'm not just being biased because I live in MO or that I'm rebuilding a MSHP car.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 9 months ago
    MO - Kansas City Police
    only sucky thing is some of the newer cars have old light bars, which i think, personally, suck major rear.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 9 months ago
    MO - Kansas City Police
    current design they have moved too. some cars are old and instead of spending money just to update graphics they left the old lettering. some of the old cars actually do have the new design as well.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 9 months ago
    MO - Missouri Highway Patrol
    I would have to agree with the last comment. They also have a lot of unmarked units and they are very good about catching speeders.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 9 months ago
    MO - Kansas City Police
    I would agree, this car really does rock. The lights look beautiful at night, but they are very easy to see in the day as well. Which is very helpful for all the damn idiots who cant drive.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 11 months ago
    MO - Missouri Highway Patrol
    Having lived most of my life in Missouri, I am probably prejudiced, but I think our Highway Patrol cars are better looking than those of surrounding states. Dating back at least to the 1960's, Missouri Highway Patrol cars have always been varied in color with no standard "black and white" paint scheme. The only livery that they carry are decals with the state seal on the doors and "Highway Patrol" on the fenders. I suspect that this had something to do with re-sale value because for many years the cars were auctioned off at the end of their service. Many of the old cars became Sheriff's vehicles or police cars for small towns. Another popular use of these older police cars was for use as tow vehicles for people who pulled travel trailers(this was before the pickup truck and SUV became comfortable enough to do the job). Another popular use for used police cars was as taxi-cabs.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 11 months ago
    MO - Kansas City Police
    do they still use the basic lettering KCMO Police on some cars or this the current design they moved to?
  • Jim (Private)
    12 years 2 months ago
    MO - Missouri State  Highway Patrol
    I remember that car!!!!
  • Wayne Gray (Private)
    13 years 2 months ago
    MO - Peavely Police
    Many many moons ago, right as I got out of the Marine Corps I worked for the Pevely Police Department. I remember when we got a new car, a brown, 1979 Plymouth Volare, with a police package yet ! Then, wonder of wonders, we got a new lightbar too! Oh my God an Aerodynic ! I didn't know how to act. Really, this was a great place to work and I had a lot of fun there. However the allure of the big city drew me away.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    13 years 3 months ago
    MO - Kansas City Police
    One of the best looking cars in the US! Of course, anything other than white is great.
  • Sandy Earls (Private)
    13 years 10 months ago
    MO - Missouri Highway Patrol
    like I said on the other one BEST LOOKING car in this whole archive......
  • Joe Hayes (Private)
    14 years ago
    MO - Raymore Police
    Hi Dave,
    This is Raymore Police, not Raytown
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    Thanks. Sorry about that. The change has been made.
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