that produces the Ford Crown Victoria in 2011, spelling the end of production for America's most ubiquitous police car (Crown Vics currently account for approximately three-quarters of all law enforcement fleets). Several companies are poised to take a bite out of crime, as well as the annual sales market of 65,000 to 75,000 vehicles.The following presents a handful of arresting options.(Note: This compilation does not specify standard features or options, which can include light bars, push bumpers, two-way radios, firearm lockers, high-output alternators, radar guns, spotlights, video cameras, and all the assorted extra equipment that can easily inflate the price of a police car beyond the ,000 range.)Founded in 2003, Carbon Motors developed its E7 platform after interviewing officers at more than 800 police stations.This newcomer bills itself as a homeland security company rather than a car company, which explains the E7's copious seating space (40 inches of legroom), and rear-hinged rear doors, which make it easier to get uncooperative passengers in and out.My department has been a Ford department for decades.So long, in fact, that the mechanics at the municipal garage have been trained and certified as Ford specialists.
As quoted by Turtleboy, Cindy Jaquith said:“As white people we may not have that feeling, especially you as white males. After Cindy’s statements about he daughter being afraid of police, the police department reached out to her daughter, who said that her mother was a lair and she wasn’t afraid of black police cars.
This article is about law enforcement organizations. Law enforcement, however, constitutes only part of policing activity.
For officers of such organizations, see Police officer. Many police forces suffer from police corruption to a greater or lesser degree.
Members may be referred to as police officers, troopers, sheriffs, constables, rangers, peace officers or civic/civil guards.
As police are often interacting with individuals, slang terms are numerous.