policechargers:

2011 KLPS V8 HEMI

policechargers:

2011 KLPS V8 HEMI

idk-my-bff-nola:

New Orleans | 2014
The New Orleans Police Department doesn’t have very much money, so many of its cars look like movie props for 90s period pieces (with 80s lights)

idk-my-bff-nola:

New Orleans | 2014

The New Orleans Police Department doesn’t have very much money, so many of its cars look like movie props for 90s period pieces (with 80s lights)

stevegifford:

7/17/14

Ventura County FD, California

stevegifford:

7/17/14

Ventura County FD, California

(via fire-rescue-ems)

nice gig, when you can get it

nice gig, when you can get it

(via fire-rescue-ems)

maxen:

#lasvegasstrip #lasvegas #police #policecar (at Las Vegas Strip)

maxen:

#lasvegasstrip #lasvegas #police #policecar (at Las Vegas Strip)

(via yc99fd-girl)

hondamarc:

Ford E350 Ambulance #forde350 #ambulance #governmentvehicle #fordcabanatuan #fordphilippines #fordph #ford #e350 #cabanatuan #nuevaecija #philippines #igphilippines #igdaily #picoftheday #onlyinthephilippines #itsmorefuninthephilippines

hondamarc:

Ford E350 Ambulance #forde350 #ambulance #governmentvehicle #fordcabanatuan #fordphilippines #fordph #ford #e350 #cabanatuan #nuevaecija #philippines #igphilippines #igdaily #picoftheday #onlyinthephilippines #itsmorefuninthephilippines

(via car-one-responding)

phiairmed:

AirCare5 and Bridgewater Rescue Squad at Rockingham Memorial Hospital

phiairmed:

AirCare5 and Bridgewater Rescue Squad at Rockingham Memorial Hospital

(via first-on-scene)

officialyrp:

York Regional Police are sad to announce the death of Police Service Dog (PSD) Ranger.  PSD Ranger passed away peacefully with his handler, Constable Mike McGuigan, by his side late yesterday afternoon. 

PSD Ranger was involved in 41 apprehensions and more 120 criminal charges were laid as a result of his actions. In 2009, Ranger and his handler Constable McGuigan placed second overall in the annual Police Iron Dog Competition for provincial canine teams. He also received seven recognitions for his work on incidents ranging from Amber Alerts to home invasions.

We are grateful for his service and his contributions to our community are deeply appreciated. Ranger will be missed.

(via the-thin-blue-line)

livingontheblueline:

This is disturbing. 8 line-of-duty deaths in 11 days.

1 is Too Many.

livingontheblueline:

This is disturbing.
8 line-of-duty deaths in 11 days.

1 is Too Many.

(via for-some-heroes)

City of Glen Cove Vol. Fire Department, (Long Island) New York
(Left) Fire Police
(Right) Truck 5211, tiller

Why do Boston police cars have blue lights?

the-bored-cat:

Because Boston drivers don’t stop for red lights.

NYPD @ 28th St and Park Ave, Manhattan

NYPD @ 28th St and Park Ave, Manhattan


Cal Fire crews wait to be deployed on Butts Canyon Road near Middletown, Calif. on Wednesday, July 2, 2014. As of Wednesday morning, the Butts Fire has burned through 3,200 acres of mostly rugged terrain and destroyed as many as five buildings.

Cal Fire crews wait to be deployed on Butts Canyon Road near Middletown, Calif. on Wednesday, July 2, 2014. As of Wednesday morning, the Butts Fire has burned through 3,200 acres of mostly rugged terrain and destroyed as many as five buildings.

(via alopez511)

thedaysofforever:

"Although we occasionally cause traffic delays, there is a reason why we position to block traffic, to protect our personnel operating on the highway."
- Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department

Many of you may have seen articles about PD (usually local Leo’s) arresting Firefighters who won’t move the fire rig at the scene (usually on highways).  
Well, here’s why we do it: to protect our FF’s, the injured, the crash scene, and even the PD! 

thedaysofforever:

"Although we occasionally cause traffic delays, there is a reason why we position to block traffic, to protect our personnel operating on the highway."

- Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department

Many of you may have seen articles about PD (usually local Leo’s) arresting Firefighters who won’t move the fire rig at the scene (usually on highways).  

Well, here’s why we do it: to protect our FF’s, the injured, the crash scene, and even the PD! 

(via the-thin-blue-line)