VSP needs your help in cruiser competition

VSP official patch and logo used by permission by Information Officer Brent Coffey
Virginia State Police Encourages Virginians to Help Vote Virginia’s Cruiser the Best Looking 


The American Association of State Troopers (AAST) is conducting its annual “Best Looking Cruiser” contest for the 10th year in a row.  The contest began as a friendly competition between state agencies and proves time and time again that healthy competition between communities and departments are a great way for various states to interact with their law enforcement divisions. Various police cruisers from every state are photographed and sent towards the AAST foundation, and the public can vote on which photos showcase the police cruisers to the fullest. The 12 lucky photos that receive the most votes are featured in the AAST’s “America’s Best Looking Trooper Cruisers 2024 Wall Calendar.” The grand prize for the state police or highway patrol agency that receives the majority vote shall earn a “Best Looking Cruiser Award” and will win a place on the calendar’s cover. Calendar sales benefit the AAST Foundation, which provides educational scholarships to dependents of AAST member state troopers nationwide.

In the first year of the contest, the Virginia State Police (VSP) won a spot in the calendar and has worked hard on reaching that goal again. To emphasize the design of the cruiser and the beauty of our state, this year’s photo submission was taken outside Arlington National Cemetery on July 4, 2023. It features the Washington, DC skyline in all of its glory featuring our capitol in the distance and a brilliant display of fireworks above.

The public is invited to cast their vote and support the VSP in this upcoming vote.  To vote, access the website link through the Virginia State Police social media pages, as well as the AAST Facebook page, or click here and scroll through the state agency photos to find VSP’s cruiser. To cast your vote, scroll through the photos and at the bottom of the page select your favorite cruiser from the drop-down menu. Agency rankings are posted on the Facebook page daily at 4 p.m. Don’t delay in voting, however, as voting closes on July 31st.

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Early in person voting begins Fri. Apr. 23

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Early in person voting for Frederick County voters will begin at the 107 North Kent Street Winchester location Fri. Apr. 23.

The voting will be available through June 5 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m..

Voting will be available on Sat. May 29 as well as Sat. June 5.

Ballot dropboxes will be available in the lobby of the Frederick County Administration building for drop off.

Dropboxes will also be available at all regular polling polls on Election Day June 8 from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m..

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