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Philadelphia Police Cars: A historical look at the cars and other vehicles used by the Philadelphia Police Dept, both past and present. Philadelphia Police Vehicles. Browse By the Following. By Division. By Vehicle Type. Older Units. History of Markings .
Philadelphia , Pennsylvania Police Cars, photos and images of police cruisers
In the 1930s the Police Department introduced red squad cars, shown here outside of the Police Administration Building in the 1960s. The cars had two-way radios, allowing patrol officers to communicate with dispatch and command to enforce work discipline.
The Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) is the nation's fourth largest police department, with over 6300 sworn members and 800 civilian personnel. The PPD is the primary law enforcement agency responsible for serving Philadelphia County, extending over 140 square-miles in which approximately 1.5 million reside.
The good news is that Philadelphia police officers will soon be patrolling the city's mean streets in 150 new patrol cars that have been equipped with bulletproof windows.
Philadelphia police have 150 new patrol cars on the way with a feature that no other major municipality has: bulletproof windows. The vehicles have ballistic shields affixed to the front door ...
A warning from Philadelphia police about how and where you park your cars. They say thieves are stealing parts of cars worth thousands.
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2/11/15 Philadelphia Police Department; Unmarked Ford Explorer and brand new Counter Terrorism Tahoe responding west on the 4300 block of Market Street.
The Philadelphia Police Department ... A Philadelphia Police Department police car. Mounted units. A Philadelphia police officer in the Mounted Patrol Unit, October 1973. The beginnings of the mounted unit can be traced to the Fairmount Park Mounted Guard created in 1867. In 1889 the Philadelphia Police Mounted Patrol Unit was established.