TITUSVILLE, Fla. - The Titusville Police Department has unveiled its new patrol cars that are set to hit the streets in July.
The department's ten new vehicles are Chevrolet Caprices, which are currently being made only for law enforcement use. The cars feature a new design as well.
Officials said the new design is intended to make the cars as identifiable as possible. The new vehicles have traditional black and white paint and a design that was merged with the current patrol car graphics.
"Visibility in the community is an important part of our overall approach to public safety," said Major Todd Hutchinson, who oversaw the design project.
The police chief asked for input on the design from all members of the department. The ten new patrol cars will be put into service in July.