A Greater Manchester Police Range Rover attends the scene of an incident near Barton Bridge in

The last Ford Capri to see service with Greater Manchester Police stands alongside the Ford Sierra Cosworth that replaced it. This image is one of a series taken on Monday, 13 April, 1992, to mark the end of the of the Capri as a police vehicle in Manchester. The model was in service with the Force for many years and was the most iconic GMP car of its era. www.gmp.police.uk

The last Ford Capri to see service with Greater Manchester Police stands alongside the Ford Sierra Cosworth that replaced it. This image is one of a series taken on Monday, 13 April, 1992, to mark the end of the of the Capri as a police vehicle in Manchester. The model was in service with the Force for many years and was the most iconic GMP car of its era. www.gmp.police.uk

A classic from there past, a GMP Ford Capri at the annual Emergency Services Open Day, which took place at The Trafford Centre. Greater Manchester Police (GMP), Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS), North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) and a range of other emergency response, community safety and support services put on a range of displays and demonstrations to entertain and inform the public. www.gmp.police.uk

A classic from there past, a GMP Ford Capri at the annual Emergency Services Open Day, which took place at The Trafford Centre. Greater Manchester Police (GMP), Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS), North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) and a range of other emergency response, community safety and support services put on a range of displays and demonstrations to entertain and inform the public. www.gmp.police.uk

The rare site seen was recently as many of Greater Manchester Police’s ANPR fleet gathered together for an operation. Over 250 officers using ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) technology in more than 100 police cars went on the road to monitor traffic on the region’s main routes. The operation saw over 1,800 vehicle checks.

The rare site seen was recently as many of Greater Manchester Police’s ANPR fleet gathered together for an operation. Over 250 officers using ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) technology in more than 100 police cars went on the road to monitor traffic on the region’s main routes. The operation saw over 1,800 vehicle checks.

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