New Annapolis Police Department Patrol Vehicle Design
Several newly redesigned police patrol vehicles will be seen on the streets of Annapolis starting Friday, August 9. The new design differs significantly from previous Annapolis Police Department police patrol vehicles.
For a few months there will be three different designs of Annapolis Police Department patrol vehicles being utilized by officers. These include dark blue Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor sedans with gold striping, a graphic of the Annapolis Police Department seal, “POLICE” and “EMERGENCY 911” on the sides and dark blue Ford Police Interceptor Sedan (Taurus) and Utility (Explorer) vehicles which have gold and white striping, a graphic of the Annapolis Police Department badge, “POLICE ANNAPOLIS” and “EMERGENCY 911” on the sides. The Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors are the oldest vehicles in the police department’s fleet and are expected to be out of common use by officers by December of 2019.
The new vehicles are black Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles. They have grey and white striping, a graphic of the Annapolis Police Department badge, “POLICE ANNAPOLIS” and “DIAL 911” on the sides.