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Eye Candy: Patrol Photos

July 15, 2009  |  by - Also by this author


A 2006 Chevrolet Impala assigned to the 26th District's second-shift sergeant of the Philadelphia Police Department. From the collection of Jeff Webster.

Want a glimpse of the vehicle the officers of the Concord (N.H.) Police Department are using? How about an NYPD supervisor in the Fifth Precinct of Manhattan?

The National Police Car Archives provides an archive of 25,329 photos of law enforcement vehicles representing 6,596 agencies. Police departments, county sheriffs, state troopers and even federal agencies are represented.

The site may look rather low-tech, but the photo archive is deep to allow officers to peek at the vehicles driven by their peers. Visit the National Police Car Archives website.

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