JCB loans crime-fighting WORKMAX to UK police
British firm lends utility terrain vehicle to its local constabulary
JCB has loaned one of its WORKMAX utility terrain vehicles (UTVs) to its local constabulary, Staffordshire Police.
The nifty little off-roader will be used by police officers to conduct high-visibility patrols around rural areas of the British equipment manufacturer’s native county.
Staffordshire Police, which has also been loaned a tractor for law enforcement purposes, will display its latest fleet additions at local community events.
“The JCB WORKMAX is perfect for going out on patrol in difficult-to-access parts of the countryside, and we are delighted to support Staffordshire Police,” a JCB spokesperson told local newspaper, The Sentinel.
In addition to its latest role as a crime fighter, the JCB WORKMAX is suitable for events, equestrian, and golf course management applications.
The WORKMAX line-up consists of the 6x4, 800 D, and 1000 D models, which boast top speeds of 29km/h, 40km/h, and 50km/h, respectively.