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EO11 VOB, EO11 VOC Havering Parks Police Kawasaki KLX 250

EO11 VOB, EO11 VOC
Havering Parks Police
Kawasaki KLX 250
Some examples of the off road motorbikes used by the parks police service in Havering. The fleet is maintained by Essex Police despite them being owned by the London borough of Havering. The bikes carry various life-saving equipment including defibrillators, life ropes, first aid kits, folding tools and light cutting equipment.

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GAR 638T Hertfordshire Constabulary Ford Cortina 1.6 L

GAR 638T
Hertfordshire Constabulary
Ford Cortina 1.6 L
This model Cortina shows what was in use in Herts in the late 1970s. All five generations of Cortina gave sterling service to many Police forces during the model’s twenty year production life, which ended in 1982. The car modelled was used as a Divisional Area Car and was based at Hitchin Police Station. In common with other Hertfordshire Constabulary vehicles it carried dual roof mounted spotlights as well as the equipment required to deal with a variety of emergency situations. All the constabulary’s Divisional Area Cars were ordered in blue to distinguish them from the force’s traffic patrol units, which were white.

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L581 GVT Staffordshire Police Jaguar XJ6 PS

L581 GVT
Staffordshire Police
Jaguar XJ6 PS
The ‘Police Special’ version of Jaguar’s 4.0 litre XJ6 model. The car joined Staffs Police from new in 1993 and was the chief constables car. It later moved to be used by the driving training unit before moving to front-line duties as a traffic car. The rear seats were taken out when it was used as a traffic car as the boot was not big enough to accommodate the kit that was carried. The seats were later reinstated so the vehicle could be used to carry detainees. The car has been in preservation since 2003.

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