The Fair Lawn Police Department has been using vehicles since 1931.
The department uses marked and unmarked vehicles. The department
also has patrol bicyclesand a van. Click on the thumbnail
pictures for a
Car number 902, which was Officer
Mary Ann Collura's assigned vehicle,
and the one she was using the night when she was
killed in the line of duty, has been retired.
The number will not be used
Fair Lawn Police Car 2 was a 1934 Willy's Night
Roadster. The whereabouts of this car is unknown.
917 is 2003 Ford
Expedition. The department has 3 Expeditions.
2004 brought back a little "police tradition" as the department
took delivery of new "black and white"Ford Crown Victoria
Fair Lawn Police Department started listing their web site address on the
rear of their marked patrol cars. By listing the website on the
police cars, more people will be aware of and take advantage of the
valuable, up-to date information posted to the "Cyber Precinct".
Those officers....what a sense of humor.......
Fair Lawn uses several unmarked cars. These cars are used for a variety of assignments including undercover
surveillance and investigations.
The Fair Lawn Police Department has three 1996
Diamondback 21 speed
mountain bikes for patrol. Click on the Bike Patrol link below for more information.
These are 1/18" scale models of Fair Lawn Police cars
and SUVs. Click on the image for a larger picture.
Yes, these are models.....
This "Fair Lawn Police
Car" is actually a working remote controlled model. Click
the picture for more info and a rare
This Fair Lawn Police car is actually a model replica.
This model is almost 6 inches
long and 4 inches high (to the top of the light bar)