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PMatt:
My main Police Department is comprised of a Patrol division and a Traffic division. Both are lacking in vehicles – and manpower – at the moment; but I figured I might as well show the Traffic police personnel I have on hand to interrupt my hiatus from posting.

As one can easily notice, the uniform has not been updated in a while: every officer wears gray trousers, a light blue shirt, blue tie and tunic, or a leather jacket.



For safety reasons, hi-viz vests and baseball caps are employed. (Baseball caps have been shortlisted as standard for when uniforms will be overhauled)



While onboard their cruisers officers have ease of access to flashlights, handcuffs and traffic paddle, all stored on the sides.



The luggage compartment houses the rest of the equipment, with the fire extinguisher and the first aid kit being most vital.

Tiermann:
Great looking crew!

tahra:
They are very tidy! Looks great :)

GrahamB:
Thanks for sharing! I love trying to work out how equipment fits into PM vehicles (like the Police, Fire and Camper vehicles). It's often carefully designed, but the instructions don't always show what-goes-where.

PMatt:

--- Quote from: GrahamB on March 12, 2020, 09:14:41 ---I love trying to work out how equipment fits into PM vehicles (like the Police, Fire and Camper vehicles).

--- End quote ---

We are on the same page then! It's got to be one of the most fun things about PM vehicles.

I have been putting together some more law enforcement klickies.

Armed security guard:



Customs / EUROPOL officers (I have yet to make my mind up)



Police instructors deployed abroad (or something like that):

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