Why do police need armored vehicles? LENCO Bearcats save lives!
13 times LENCO BearCats saved lives
BearCats are not tanks — they are vehicles of refuge which serve to protect police and civilians alike
Dec 8, 2015 – Knights of old often donned armor to face those who threatened the peace of the realm. Knights even found it necessary to place armor on their trusty steeds when a battle was imminent. Modern knights — police officers — also wear armor. We wear Kevlar. Sometimes we ride to the scenes of conflict, confusion, and confrontation — not on armored horses, but in armored BearCats.
Critics complaining about “police militarization” have called Lenco BearCats “tanks” — this not only shows a lack of knowledge of the nature of a tank, but it misrepresents the Lenco BearCat. BearCats are not weapons of destruction. They are vehicles for rescue and refuge.