(Charleston, S.C.) – 12/8/2019 – The latest update to the SCPoliceCruisers website features the first 2020 Ford Utility to hit the streets of South Carolina. This brand new pursuit rated SUV boasts 316 horsepower for a top speed of 136 mph making it the perfect mainline patrol vehicle for any agency in the Palmetto State. In addition, we proudly add two unique community oriented graphics packages from the Lowcountry portion of the state. The first includes a Thin Blue Line inspired Community Oriented Policing design from the Goose Creek Police Department. The second, is a Breast Cancer Awareness vehicle from the North Charleston Police Department that will be used to drive cancer patients for treatments to their local medical facility.
The upstate portion of South Carolina has long been one of the regions that’s needed some overdue enhancements. In this update, we’ve expanded the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office profile on the website as well as unveiled the Clemson Police Department’s brand new Chevrolet Tahoe. Moving further down, we make our way to Fountain Inn to photograph the last actively used Dodge Magnum which is currently assigned to the agency’s Community Patrol unit which works in local schools. While in town, we also had the opportunity to showcase several of the agencies ghost units assigned to the traffic unit. Last but not least, we made our way to Turbeville to add this agency to the database before it disbands to become fully absorbed by the Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office. We’d like to extend a very big THANK YOU to each of the below agencies for their continued support of SCPoliceCruisers and for providing us full access to their fleets.
- Goose Creek Police Department
- North Charleston Police Department
- Turbeville Police Department
- Fountain Inn Police Department
- Cayce Department of Public Safety
- Clemson Police Department
- Pickens County Sheriff’s Office