The Herndon Police Department’s cruisers are getting a new look.
All of HPD’s vehicles will have a more updated and modern design as part of the project, which is currently in its initial stages. The department’s logo remains unchanged in order to remain consistent with the town’s logo.
“We increased the size of the writing on the side of the vehicle and used a highly-reflective material that will make our cruisers more visible, both during the day and at night,” said Lisa Herndon, a public information specialist for HPD said.
The initiative was funded through the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Service’s forfeited asset sharing program.
The final cost of the project will not be known until the project is complete, Herndon said.
Photo via Herndon Police Department
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