Currently the most common squad car is the Ford Crown Victoria. In my department we usually see the crown vics go out of service around 100k - 120k. At that time we will auction sell them. I would guess that in a hotter climate, say the desert, you are probably going to get less miliage out of squad cars because the heat is harder on them, the same might go for areas next to an ocean, salt isn't good for machinery.
The UAE police cars are usually Bentley. These are the patrol cars that the police in UAE use.
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The first police cars were in Ohio in the year 1899 which were then run by electricity.
Really fast cars
They use SUVs and trucks for off-road emergencies, such as high speed chases. They also use them for the dog squad, rescue squad and swat teams. They are necessary for the equipment they carry.
The creation of a dog squad is the idea of the first Indian IG of Police of Madras Presidency, Mr.T.G.Sanjeevi Pillai. He was instrumental in bringing the pups from London. In 1951, Madras Police Dog squad was formed. Madras police was the first to use sniffer dogs for detection and tracking. Madras became the pioneer in India after Independence to use dogs in the prevention and detection of crime. Ref: See Related Links
Probably not because they will destroyed and i doudt that ODST's are trained in using police cars.
Yes, police men do sometimes use horses, but not as often as cars or motorcycles. Horses are used in places such as New York City, where the streets are narrow and cars would be ineffective in a traffic jam with a killer on the loose. So, police use horses to catch people on foot in busy areas or where cars can't move.
Any really, Usually Vauxhall's or BMW's
they use guns (pistol), handcuffs,patrol cars,tazers,computers motorcycle,boat
In the US Members of police bomb squads are police officers, the same as any patrol officer. As such, their job may entail the use and carrying of firearms. The bomb squad in the UK are members of the British Army, they are trained to use weapons in a combat situation but do not carry weapons on the streets of the UK.