Photos: Fla. police put 4 new squad car designs to a vote
Take a look at what they've come up with and tell us what you think
By PoliceOne Staff
OCALA, Fla. — A Fla. community is being given the chance to decide how their city's patrol cars look.
Chief Greg Graham, wanting to change the design of their squad cars from blue and white to a more traditional black and white, decided to make it a community project. Local businesses partnered with four teams of two officers representing different departments within OPD to create the designs over a two-month period.
Now the community will vote by email or Facebook on the squad cars, which have carried the same look for 29 years. They will be displayed for the month at a farmer’s market and other events around town.
What's your favorite? Share your thoughts in the member comments below.
Vehicle 1: Designed by Agent Jose Gonzales and Officer Nigel Hardy
Vehicle 2: Designed by Sergeant Andy Scroble and Officer Patty Mraz
Vehicle 3: Designed by Sergeant Frank Zadnik and Detective Steve Thibodeau
Vehicle 4: Designed by Officers Mark Crandall and Jimmy Pitman
Which cruiser do you think should replace the old design?