Police Vehicle Design Contest - People's Choice

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Voting has closed for the 2014 Vehicle Design Contest.
Department Name:

Univerisity of Georgia Police Department

Department Head:
Chief Jimmy Williamson
Athens, GA
The 2011Chevrolet Tahoe serves the University of Georgia Police Department in its commitment of protecting and providing professional and dedicated public service within the 817 acre University community with courage, dependability, and integrity. The reflective silver and black lettering displayed on the white surface of the vehicle is reminiscent of a classic patrol vehicle style characterized by simple lettering and clean lines. The lettering pattern, prominently displayed on all 10 of the Department’s patrol Tahoes, was approved by Chief Williamson in 2010 to replace a Departmental vehicle paint scheme which had been in use for more than three decades. The “UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA” followed by “POLICE” in a larger print are displayed across both doors of the vehicle, and 911 is featured on the vehicle’s rear quarter panels. The vehicle’s assigned number is located on both sides of the front bumper as well on the rear hatch of the vehicle. The Department’s website is also featured prominently on the rear of the vehicle. This lettering package is very recognizable to the community, and very economical to replace or repair when needed. The LED equipped push bar and integrated red and blue LED grill-mounted strobe lights highlight the frontal view of this vehicle. From the rear, the large reflective lettering along with the integrated window and tag mounted red and blue LED lights aid in the vehicle’s high visibility during traffic stops and traffic direction details. LED lights are also found integrated into the side running boards of the vehicle.
Vehicle Category:
Colleges and Universities

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