Titusville Police Cars Get Snappy Upgraded Look

By  //  July 2, 2013

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Visibility important FOR public safety

Titusville Police Department's new Chevrolet Caprice police rated vehicles are designed solely for law enforcement. (TPD image)

TPD’s new Chevrolet Caprice police rated vehicles are designed solely for law enforcement. (TPD images)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – New Titusville Police Department patrol cars being put into service this summer  have received an upgraded look. 

The TPD vehicle’s new look, applied by CSI Designs of Titusville, will appear on 10 new vehicles being put in service this year.

Major Todd Hutchinson

Major Todd Hutchinson

The Chevrolet Caprice police rated vehicle, designed solely for law enforcement, is a new product as the long used Impala is will no longer be available in a police package. The goal of the new look is to make the vehicles look as identifiable as a police vehicle as possible.

“Visibility in the community is an important part of our overall approach to public safety,” said Major Todd Hutchinson, who oversaw the design project.

“Visibility in the community is an important part of our overall approach to public safety,” said Major Todd Hutchinson, who oversaw the design project.

Hutchinson said the traditional black and white paint schemes have become increasingly popular around the country, as blue and red graphics on white vehicles have soared in popularity in commercial businesses.

PROMOTING TEAMWORK WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY

Interim Police Chief John Lau encouraged input from all members of the department during the redesign project.

Chief John Lau

Chief John Lau

The goal was to merge the black and white look into the department’s currently designed graphics which includes TPD’s mission statement on the rear quarter panels: “Promoting Teamwork Within Our Community.”

The new design was an overwhelming choice by the officers who drive them.

“There is no mistaken this new look, this is a police vehicle,” said Lau.


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