LE Agencies Increasingly Using Unmarked Cars To Nab Speeders
August 11, 2010
Law enforcement agencies are increasingly using unmarked cars to catch speeders, a move that has raised some public concern that impersonators will more easily have their way, USA Today reports.
To reduce speeding-related deaths, state and local agencies are using unmarked patrol cars, sports cars and "ghost" cruisers with obscure law enforcement markings that can only be seen close up.
Read the full story at USAToday.com.
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