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RCSD Community News - New Cars/Colors Introduced
Friday, August 23, 2013

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - The community, the media and law enforcement have much anticipated and discussed the Ford phase out of the Crown Victoria – a symbol of police presence in neighborhoods for many years.

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is proud to announce that beginning today, August 23, 2013; citizens will begin not only seeing a new vehicle fighting crime but a new color scheme. Sheriff Leon Lott introduced the Ford Police Interceptor Sedan in all black during a press conference today. The Sheriff stated that he is introducing the new color scheme to save money; money that can go toward essential equipment inside of the car.

Sheriff Leon Lott stated that as Crown Victoria vehicles become unserviceable they will be replaced with the new Interceptor Sedan. Sheriff Leon Lott stated that his passion is to provide the best equipment and technology possible to prevent and fight crime; while at the same time being a good steward of the tax payers’ money.

Sheriff Leon Lott added that his main priority is preventing crime and improving the quality of life for ALL citizens in Richland County. The Sheriff added that he will continue to work with communities, businesses and the media to educate and empower our citizens and to continue to have the most professional law enforcement agency.

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