The regular meeting of the Moose Jaw Board of Police Commissioners was held Tuesday and featured discussion of a new look for police cruisers and the recently announced community HUB.
“At the end of 2012, we had to replace four of our marked police cars,” said Deputy Chief Randy Fuhr. “We’d been batting around the idea that it’d be nice to update the (decals) on our police cars. It’s been happening around the province and there’s a formalized process to get there, but we had difficulty finding a graphic artist able to come up with some suggestions.”
“Inspector Arnott jumped on that ... feedback from the provincial commission is that they are really happy with this design as opposed to some of the other designs throughout the province,” he said.
The design, which features a larger ‘POLICE’ label on the side doors and a number of other changes, will likely only be used on new cruisers, the deputy chief said.
The new cars are expected to be formally unveiled in the near future, although a specific date has yet to be announced.
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