The Union County Sheriff's Office in Monroe, N.C. has added four low-profile patrol cars featuring what it calls "ghost graphics." The agency is adding two white cars with white graphics and two black cars with black graphics, which will be visible at night but blend into the vehicle during the daytime.
A spokesperson for the Sheriff's Office told WCNC that the Sheriff's Office hopes this helps deputies better enforce traffic laws during the daytime, especially on busy highways where drivers will usually slow down once they see a patrol car. The vehicles were purchased using the agency's regular replacement funds.
Sheriff's Office Unveils "Second Generation" Ghost Graphics Patrol Car
Indian Trail residents should soon begin seeing the newest version of patrol cars around town. The dark colored "second generation" ghost graphic car, pictured below, is the first to be equipped and ready for service.
Ghost graphic patrol vehicles are issued to Indian Trail deputies assigned to traffic enforcement duties. The graphics blend in during the daytime and are reflective at night. The graphics package offers the best of both worlds, meaning the car is less noticeable when working neighborhood traffic complaints yet highly visible at night. The Sheriff's Office is currently outfitting 2 new dark colored units and 2 new white "ghost" cars.
Vehicles Decaled by GLOBAL Public Safety for South Carolina Law Enforcement Agency
Notice Ghost Graphics that reflect to FULL COLOR.