Website Update Live – 6.10.2018
(Charleston, S.C.) – 6/10/2018 – The SCPoliceCruisers team is happy to announce that our latest website update is now LIVE. In this latest installment to the database, our team made the decision to begin including a section dedicated to out-of-state agencies. This new section will showcase vehicles that feature unique and noteworthy graphics and equipment packages. Interested in having your out of state vehicle included? Shoot us an e-mail and we’ll add it to our list in case a member of the team travels to your area.
One of the aspects we pride ourselves on is having a comprehensive database showcasing quality images of cruisers in South Carolina. However, we do realize that there are many holes to be filled and that several counties are under represented. In our latest update, we made the strategic decision to spread out the update by adding unrepresented agencies or vehicles that were long overdue. We’re happy to announce that we’ve been able to begin expanding into the Abbeville, Anderson and Oconee regions.
Our aim at SCPoliceCruisers is also to showcase older vehicles for historical purposes. Thanks to the assistance of the Charleston Police Department we were able to acquire pictures of their traditional black & white motor unit prior to it being deadlined. In addition to our areas of focus, we were able to expand our database by photographing and adding the following agencies:
- Erskine College Police Department
- Iva Police Department
- Folly Beach Police Department
- Joint Base Charleston Security Forces
- Darlington County Sheriff’s Office
- West Union Police Department
- Central Police Department
- Charleston Police Department
- Simpsonville Police Department
Out of State Agencies:
- Orange County Sheriff’s Office (North Carolina)
- Hillsborough Police Department (North Carolina)
- North Carolina State University Police Department
- West Buechel Police Department (Kentucky)
In addition to the above agencies, we have also re-edited the Sumter and Marion County portion of the database and re-launched those images for your viewing pleasure.
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