WA Police (WAPOL) recently announced the completion of a project to upgrade the markings, warning lights and sirens of not just the Highway Patrol cars, but all vehicles in the fleet. The project team reviewed current best worldwide practice and translated the findings onto their vehicles.
Old and new Western Australia Police high-visibility patrol vehicles
While a few police forces in Australia have begun to affix fluorescent colours to their vehicles, WAPOL is the first to fully integrate a multicolour Hi-Vis marking scheme with state-of-the-art LED warning lights and sirens with an expanded frequency range.
The new Hi-Vis fluorescent markings displayed on a range of WAPOL vehicles
About John Killeen (Ambulance Visibility)
John Killeen is a former Intensive Care Paramedic who authors the Ambulance Visibility research website & blog
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