patrol car


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patrol car

a police car with a radio telephone used for patrolling streets and motorways
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The new patrol car is similar tothe type of vehicle in the Dubai Police fleet of super patrol cars, which includes Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Bugattis.
He sped away and was quickly followed by the patrol car.
Appearing before the Public Prosecution, the six accused were charged them with attempting to murder two on-duty policemen, setting fire to a patrol car and taking part in a rally involving more than five people.
Investigation: The police patrol car and a Vauxhall Corsa that crashed into a shop in Kidderminster after the two vehicles collided.
He walked toward the patrol car, got to the passenger side, and used his skateboard to smash the windscreen on the passenger side three times.
Pulled out of the truck, the naked man ran at a deputy,hit him in the face with a bunch of keys and tried to get into the deputy's patrol car.
THERE are three times as many speed cameras as police patrol cars in the West Midlands, according to new figures.
A spokeswoman for Kent Police said the traffic patrol car was on its way to answer a separate emergency call when it was involved in the crash on the London-bound carriage way of the M20 near West Malling on Monday night.
The enraged man then ran to the patrol car and tried to wrest a rifle and shotgun from the locked gun rack.
Like jail, individuals do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in a patrol car and, therefore, are not protected by the Fourth Amendment while there.
Over the course of six weeks, patrol cars will be equipped with air quality monitors to track which pollutants are coming into patrol car cabins and in what amounts.
The incident came to light through an anonymous Internet message to the Web site of the Nagasaki prefectural police, which said the patrol car was doing over 100 kph.