Exotic Vehicles of IACP
- This trike is from BRP, which had a number of ATV-like police vehicles at the show.
- Xtreme Green Products is an all-electric police equipment company based in Las Vegas. Their IACP tagline was (I kid you not) "our black and whites are green all over."
- There's nothing like an all-electric sports car for your local police force.
- The biggest helicopter at the show was the Airbus H125, on loan from the Mississippi highway patrol.
- Bell's helicopter comes with an onboard heat camera in front. (Note the battery, disguised by ferns.)
- The heat camera feeds straight to a monitor in the cockpit.
- Both Harley Davidson and BMW had bikes at the show, specifically marketed to highway patrols.
- These two gyrocopters are actually in current use by rural police departments, thanks to a pilot program by the Department of Justice. The idea is to see if the copters can work as a cheaper kind of air support for smaller departments.
- The cockpit of the enclosed gyrocopter.
- The inside of Vizucop's mobile command center, essentially a retrofitted charter bus.
- Kenosha County's mobile response unit is basically an extremely aggressive trailer.
- As a nostalgia trip, IACP organizers dug up this BelAir sedan from 1973, originally found in Erie County but painted up to look like a Chicago patrol car from the era of V8 engines and Gerald Ford