We’re presented with images of America on a daily basis, not least through the magic of the silver screen. It’s here we see our heroes and villains battle it out for our entertainment, and more often than not, there will be a car chase or two involved. And it’s during those chases that we’re fed scenes of powerslides and exciting vehicular antics.
Well, the fact of the matter is that by seeing these cars on screen, we find ourselves wanting them. They become stars in their own right, and there is a power that comes from that and the American Police Interceptors are instantly cooler and more exciting than other cars.
It’s that ability to excite that brought our Police Interceptor to the UK. We saw a wonderful way in which its undeniable presence could be a force for good. The American Police modus operandi is ‘to serve and to protect’ and as you can see from our history our Police Interceptor is serving in the most miraculous way.
Throughout 2020, we've seen how much we depend on each other for connection, hope and support and contrary to what many believe it’s never depressing supporting children, teens and adults receiving end of life care, it can be sad but what offsets that is the smiles our Police Interceptor creates and partnership working with caring people.
Whilst we not part of the NHS we are an undeniable presence that works in a way that no drug or medicine could ever hope to achieve as our services make the journey to surgery and treatments a less distressing experience. Parents have told us that children who would normally be complaining of stomach aches and reasons not to go to hospital are up, awaiting their American Police Interceptor journey to hospital and telling the consultant, doctors, nurses and others on the ward that they are an American cop.