The world is full of police and paramilitary vehicles that are incredibly fast, incredibly durable, or just weird. Among the listed vehicles are world record holders, amphibious vehicles and other various automobiles that one must have seen to believe. As strange as some of them may be, they could be the future of law enforcement and public safety.
To solve the issues that our law enforcement agencies face on a daily basis, the creators of the following vehicles have come up with some innovative ideas (though some may be weird). This list takes you all over the world, because there is not much peculiarity in just one country, let alone one continent.
Dubai is home to some of the world's most exotic police vehicles, but none as exotic as the police-powered hoverbikes. By 2020, Dubai police will be patrolling the streets with these EVTOLs (Electric Vertical Take Off and Landing Vehicles) manufactured by Hoversurf, a unique company. The goal is to solve the traffic problems that confront the police world.
Hoversurfs eVTOL can float 5 meters above the ground and reach a top speed of 100 kilometers per hour.  These vehicles can fly with a pilot and an airplane for ten to 25 minutes for up to 40 minutes in "drone mode" without a driver. Hoversurf also manufactures a hovercraft that can carry cargo and, in the area of law enforcement, possibly convicts or other detainees. As advanced as that may be, Dubai is not the only country looking to the future. Uber works with NASA, the US Army and aircraft companies to build a network for flying vehicles. Kalashnikov Shchit
Kalashnikov has created a vehicle capable of dispelling crowds while protecting officers. The Shchit or "Shield" is literally a wall on wheels with a retractable 7-meter wall that can protect 38 officers. In this case, "retractable" means that the wall is able to reduce its width to fit narrow streets. The wall is not only retractable, but also equipped with a water cannon, small holes for the riot police to shoot projectiles and a camera on the top, which allows a view from the cab and possibly a remote control. 
Kalashnikov's plans do not stop there. According to her CEO: "In addition to the & # 39; Shield & # 39; complex, we are working to bring new design solutions for armored wheeled vehicles to the market, both for the domestic market and for export." There is no set date until when we can expect this to be on the road, but when it does, it will be an unforgettable sight.
8 Tennessee Highway Patrol Trucks
The freeways of Tennessee are full of drunk drivers, people texting while on the move and seatbelts released. To catch the perpetrators in the act, the Tennessee Highway Patrol has used the unorthodox method of deploying officers in unmarked semi-trailers to the 18-wheelers on the open road.  Do not worry: you will not be stopped by a semi, as the officers will only send the vehicle description of the offender by radio so another police officer in a patrol car will take care of it. So the next time you try to break the law, check your mirrors for any officers in trucks.
7 Police Tractor
The other side of the pond is slowing down in the UK. or much slower. At a top speed of 40 kilometers per hour, welcome a John Deere tractor. In particular, it is a John Deere 6630 with a weight of 5 tons and a price of around £ 50,000, hardly a pursuit vehicle. With regard to top speed, daily functions would be more passive, but should they be needed during severe floods, this could be useful.
The tractor was used primarily by the police in Lincolnshire The initiative they had taken to end the agricultural crime in 2010.  When a tractor is stolen, the impact on the owner's livelihood is immense. The hope was that the police tractor would encourage farmers to mark their tractors to prevent the loss of property.
6 Bugatti Veyron
For the opposite end of the speed spectrum, we head back to Dubai to check on it. The fastest police vehicle in the world, their Bugatti Veyron. With a top speed of 407 kilometers per hour and a price of $ 1.7 million, this is definitely the flagship of the Dubai police force. After Guinness World Records Dubai now has the fastest police vehicle in the world. The previous record holder was an Italian police, who set with their Lamborghini Gallardo a speed of 370 km / h.
The Veyron is not the only supercar to join the squad. It is just one of the 14 exotic cars Dubai uses to break the barrier between the police and the public.  Although it can reach amazing speeds, it is not used as a pursuit vehicle. In fact, all it does is "patrol" the tourist areas as a marketing tool.
5 Gibbs Quadski
If you do not like hoverbikes and the fastest police vehicle in the world, then Dubai is your very own amphibious ATV. The Gibbs-produced Quadski can transform into its aquatic configuration in just five seconds, reaching a maximum speed of 72 km / h or 38.9 knots on land and sea.  Under the hood, you can expect to find a BMW engine with dual cooling that can deliver 140 horsepower.
The base model costs $ 40,000. This is a modest price, considering that Dubai has a Bugatti in its ranks. A two-seat version, the Quadski XL, is also available. Although the Quadski can be overtaken by other boats, the Dubai police have their own fleet of boats capable of reaching 144 kilometers per hour.
4 Electric Patrol Vehicle
The armored spherical cabin electric vehicle manufactured by Zhijing Qingyuan is built not for its appearance but for its protective functions. With Level A armor (a standard of the Chinese Ministry of Public Security), this patrol car can withstand most pistol bullets. In addition to the bullet-proof ride, it also provides a 360-degree view of the surroundings. The special patrol car also used scissors doors to extract a page from Alfa Romeo's book.
The vehicle is not only bulletproof, but also environmentally friendly, since it is operated by an electric motor. It is able to reach 80 kilometers per hour. One month after its revelation in October 2014, no police forces had bought one of these strange-looking vehicles, though some showed some interest.
3 Caparo T1
Unlike the tractor of yesteryear, this British police vehicle reaches speeds well in excess of 40 kilometers per hour. In 2015, a police Caparo T1 was unveiled in Birmingham. Weighing in at less than 500 kilograms, this car resembles a Formula 1 racing car and can travel at almost the same speed as a 320 km / h top speed vehicle.   While more than capable of achieving high speeds, there were no plans to actually use it in day-to-day law enforcement, except in the most extreme crimes, such as being a big mean on Facebook or Twitter. Generally, it should be issued in the UK.
When you think of a police car, you're probably thinking of a vehicle powered by a Monster V8. The Hampshire Constabulary 2010 went in the opposite direction. In fact, the entire engine aspect was removed from the patrol car by using pedals instead of cylinders. With a top speed of 32 kilometers per hour, this patrol car was built by an officer and student of the Ringwood Comprehensive School and lasted an impressive 40 hours.   The purpose of the pedal car was to combat antisocial behavior by breaking down barriers between the police and the youth of the United Kingdom. Granted, even if Fred Flintstone was in this car, almost everything could get away, but it's not about grabbing anyone. It's about focusing the youth on productive things and not on antisocial behavior. Due to the fast speed of the pedal car, it was included in this year's British Pedal Car Grand Prix.
1 Lenco BearCat G3
Every year, US police officers die in shootings, arrests, and ambushes. Normal police cruisers just do not cut it. This is where the 8-tonne Lenco BearCat G3 with a maximum capacity of ten officers and the ability to withstand .50 caliber bullets comes into play.  The BearCat, with its chassis of a Ford F-550, can reach speeds of 130 kilometers per hour, act like a battering ram, and survive an attack with chemical weapons in an emergency. It also has a winch.
The BearCat is not everything. In October 2010, in Tyler, Texas, an armed man unloaded the magazine of his AK-47 on the police's brand-new BearCat, and not a single officer was injured. The BearCat is an indispensable tool used in all 50 states. Not only is it good on paper, it also offers a psychological advantage in shooting or pursuing, simply because of its size. This monster SWAT vehicle crushes the weight of the tractor and dominates the bullet-proof, gun-proof car in its ability to withstand gunfire. The facts prove that the BearCat is indispensable for every SWAT team in the US.