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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 5 months ago
    LA - New Orleans Police
    The LED Light Bars are much less maintenance and look sharp. LED's are also a lot brighter and more visible than Halogen Lights. The lower profile of LED's makes them look better on the car and are more steathly for traffic enforcement.
  • cRc (Private)
    7 years 5 months ago
    KY - Marion Police
    This is made by TOMAR electronics. They have been around for a long time. These strobe bars were way brighter than any others I used to see, but I don't hink they caught on because they were expensive and funny looking. Tomar does now make several LED models.
  • Andrew (Private)
    7 years 6 months ago
    KY - Marion Police
    I especially like this "Brick" lightbar. I never saw them until I visited Mesa, Arizona. Now I'm wondering how various departments decide to use these instead of the flat-and-trim luggage-rack-looking LED lightbars.

    Regardless... Yep, that cop car looks pretty good!
  • William (Private)
    7 years 6 months ago
    KY - Marion Police
    Looks pretty good.
  • brett (Private)
    7 years 6 months ago
    LA - New Orleans Police
    Well i am on N.O.P.D we went with blue beacuse our halogen(red and blue) lightbars ware highmaintanance and the led bars were cheaper.
    my car is still with red and blue thogh...........
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff
    And who exactly is your President? One nation you know... You may not like him but he is still the President.
  • William (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - New Orleans Police
    Yea they do look better and so do the uniforms. Are the patches and badges the same? I think they should have enhacned the New Orleans logo though, make it more attractive.
  • William (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    KY - Marion Police
    old unit i take it?
  • 7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Louisiana Dept. of Public Safety  Police
    Thanks, changed it.
  • Daryl (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Louisiana Dept. of Public Safety  Police
    This is actually Louisiana DPS Police--Weights and Standards. Both DPS Police and State Police are part of the Dept. of Public Safety (http://www.dps.louisiana.gov/)
  • Jack (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff
    And that's reason enough for you to use that spelling then? Nevermind, I don't really want to argue it.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff
    Well, Jack, I understand there is only ONE Internet but unfortunately your President doesn't and calls it the "Internets".... and "Moran" is the way one of his followers spelled "moron" on a protest sign against Cindy Sheehan. The moron couldn't even spell moron when he was calling somebody else that name.

    So there.
  • Jack (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff
    I think that what we can all agree on here is that the number of metropolitan police departments has been slowly, but steadily increasing, if you count some of the smaller counties and cities that have done so. However, there are not too many.

    Quote by anonymous:
    "Actually, the purpose of leaving comments is to leave ACCURATE INFORMATION. Some people seem to think that when they read something on the Internets, it must be true. Like the moran who said all Texas cars must now be black and white."

    I though there was only one internet, not "internets", and that "moran" was spelled "moron."


  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff
    Actually, the purpose of leaving comments is to leave ACCURATE INFORMATION. Some people seem to think that when they read something on the Internets, it must be true. Like the moran who said all Texas cars must now be black and white.

    The next thing you know, everybody will be running around saying that all major metropolitan areas of the US will be combining into metro police forces.

    I just want to hear you say it: "A FEW cities have opted to combine into Metro agencies"... go on, say it.
  • jw (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    LA - Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff
    Ok anonymous the purpose of this comments section is to discuss the photos. Not to argue about your defintion of many. Time to move on.