Madison County, NY, Sheriff’s Vehicles Have a New Look

August 29, 2013

The Madison County Sheriff's Office's new police vehicle decals. Photo via facebook/Madison County Sheriff's Office - NY
The Madison County Sheriff's Office's new police vehicle decals. Photo via facebook/Madison County Sheriff's Office - NY

Madison County, N.Y., Sheriff’s Office’s new police vehicles have brand new decals, updating a two-decade-old look, according to the Oneida Daily Dispatch. Thirteen of the 20-vehicle fleet already have the new decals, which are cheaper than the old ones because they're not custom-made. The Sheriff's Office is also saving money by installing the decals in-house.

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