Indiana State Police Are Asking For Your Vote!

INDIANA – What state do you think has the best looking State Police car.  It likely depends on how you look at it.  Are the lights flashing in your rearview mirror?  If they are, then none of them look good. But, the American Association of State Troopers is conducting their 8th Annual “Best Looking Cruiser” contest. The Georgia State Police cruiser was voted the“2020 Best Looking Cruiser.”  This contest began as a friendly competition between state agencies as a fun way to allow community support and interaction with law enforcement in a positive manner.

The Indiana State Police submitted a photo that represents the entire state.  Nothing says Indiana better than a rustic barn in a country setting, with a basketball hoop and a fabulous looking Indiana State Police Cruiser!

This year’s contest will be tabulated through the SurveyMonkey website.  To cast your vote in the “2021 Best Looking Cruiser Contest”  you can access the link through the ISP Putnamville Facebook  page, the  ISP Putnamville Twitter account, or by clicking this SurveyMonkey website link. Simply scroll through the photos and at the bottom of the page select Indiana from the drop-down menu, and click done.

The winner will be presented with the “Best Looking Cruiser Award” and featured on the cover of the AAST’s “America’s Best Looking Trooper Cruisers 2022 Wall Calendar.”  The calendars will be available for purchase at American Association of State Troopers beginning Oct. 1, 2021. Calendar sales will benefit the American Association of State Troopers Foundation, which provides educational scholarships to dependents of member troopers.

The Indiana State Police hopes to be one of the top cars chosen and aspires to represent March for “March Madness”, because we all know that in 49 states it’s just basketball, but THIS is INDIANA!  You can help by voting DAILY on the survey.  All of your votes count!

Voting began yesterday (7/20/21) and will and will continue through Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. (EST).

If you are an Illinois resident, don’t feel left out.  The Illinois State Police also have an entry.

Illinois State Police