Department unveils new look for marked vehicles
The Chesterfield County Police Department is rolling out a new look for its marked cars. In June 2012, department employees were invited to submit ideas for a new graphic design for marked vehicles; the current design has been in use since the early 1980s. More than 20 designs were submitted, and one was ultimately selected by Col. Thierry Dupuis. The winning design incorporates the department's badge and will give Chesterfield Police vehicles a sleek and modern look. As the department replaces vehicles in its fleet, new cars will have the new graphics package.
The mission of the Chesterfield County Police Department is to provide a professional and unbiased response to the needs of the community. It is the department's goal to establish a partnership with the citizens in achieving a "First Choice Community through Excellence in Public Service."
It is the vision of the Chesterfield County Police Department to continue to provide quality service to the community as a nationally recognized leader among law enforcement agencies, utilizing state-of-the-art information and policing technologies, attracting and maintaining professional employees, consistently improving our quality of training, and demonstrating innovation and operational flexibility.
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