The Lynchburg Police Department has a new color scheme for its patrol vehicles. They introduced two of the vehicles yesterday. They’re mainly black, with white along the side doors with the words Lynchburg Police and the department’s logo. Police Chief Ryan Zuidema said the transition is part of an overall rebranding of the LPD. As additional vehicles reach the end of their lifespan, they will be replaced with vehicles that have this new branding.
Here is more information from LPD:
The Lynchburg Police Department (LPD) is excited to announce that the department is transitioning to a new color scheme for its patrol vehicle fleet.
Effective today, two vehicles with this new color scheme have entered service and will be visible around the city. As additional vehicles reach the end of their lifespan, they will be replaced with vehicles that have this new branding.
“This transition is part of an overall rebranding of the LPD,” Chief Zuidema said. “These vehicles will be more visible and recognizable by the general public moving forward, while also enhancing the safety of the officers operating them.”
Chief Zuidema will be available for media interviews at noon on Saturday, April 16 at the Moose Lodge Car Show benefitting the Lynchburg Police Foundation, where one of the new vehicles will be present. Please see the attached news release for additional information on this event.