Undercover - CM
I have noticed over the past year or so an ever increasing number of undercover police cars in London (when I say notice it is that they have got their blues and twos on). Is there a reason for this other than terroism?

They have a wide selection of cars, Fords, Vauxhalls, BMWs, Subaru. Was surprised to see a 330d Touring as an undercover car though.
Undercover - outkast
What was wrong with giving each of them a pushbike and some bike clips!
Undercover - Rob the Bus {P}
I'd swear that I saw a Jaguar S-type today that had hidden 'blues' in the radiator grille. It was in Chorley, so if anybody from Lancashire Police can confirm or deny... (some hope!)

Cheers

Rob
"Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast."
Undercover - HF
Funnily enough, I'd never seen one in the charming suburban pleasuredome that is Orpington - until yesterday. No idea what car type it was though. Well it was black, and square-looking.
Undercover - Rob the Bus {P}
HF - don't tell me you classify cars by colour rather than make? I had such a high opinion of you up until now ;-)!

Cheers

Rob
"Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast."
Undercover - HF
Oh how little you know of me! I think I did pretty well to notice the colour. Best that you never need a witness to a car crime/offence in the Orpington area, I suppose.
Undercover - sajid
Maybe its the men in black
Undercover - Wally Zebon
My local plod all drive around in Mercs. The regular traffic guys all have C Class deisels and the unmarked cars are dark blue E class.

Must be nice.....

Undercover - CM
I always thought what a waste of money it was for the police to have such expensive vehicles but I presume that it makes financial sense what with resale values, less breakdowns etc etc.


Maybe it also saves them money with less sick leave as I believe that the average policeman (if there is one) has about 10 days a year sick leave

 

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