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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Toledo Police Department is now the owner of a fresh new fleet of police
is the first department in the country to get the keys to these brand new 2014
Ford vehicles. The 117 new cars are sleek, sporty and packed will new features
to give officers access to tools to keep people safe.
the ground up, these vehicles were made for the demanding work of police work,
and for the type of duties that police officers have to conduct," said TPD
Chief Derrick Diggs.
have upgraded suspensions, braking, cooling, all new handling and suspension
systems for when we're in pursuits," said Officer Thomas Davis.
new vehicles are a change from the Charges Toledo residents are used to seeing.
of the cars had 200,000-plus [miles], and there's still some that still have to
be replaced that have that amount of mileage," said Mayor Mike Bell. "But we're
trying to catch up. I think this is a very, very important day."
cars have new branding on the side, all blue light bars on the top, built-in
double gun racks, twin spotlights, a more spacious cab, and higher seating for
better visibility. Toledoans can expect to see them on the road in the next