From the super-expensive to the just plain nuts, police around the world have some extreme modes of transportation.
Police forces around the world have some pretty crazy rides.
In 2017, Roman police added this Lamborghini Huracán to its force. The Huracán is intended to catch speeding drivers. No problem: This supercar can reach speeds north of 200 miles per hour.
When the Abbotsford Police Department in British Columbia, Canada, seizes a vehicle for drug trafficking, they aren't shy about advertising it. This Hummer H2 is fully wrapped in anti-drug messaging.
That must have been one very large drug trafficker.
Officers at the Citrus County Sheriff's Office can zip around the Florida Gulf Coast in a fifth-generation Chevy Corvette that the department confiscated in a raid.
The Bossier Sheriff's Office purchased this 2014 Chevy Camaro with seized drug money.
A New Jersey police department modified an old Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor cruiser to serve as the community's D.A.R.E. vehicle. Modifications include scissor doors, a hydraulic split hood and a serious audio-visual entertainment system.
Michigan's Troy Police Department has a 1932 Ford Coupe they bring to community events. The hot rod has an exposed engine, a custom-painted exterior and, of course, a blue siren on the roof.
The coupe was confiscated in a drug raid before it was given new life as a police car.
Longview, Texas police bring this wrapped Lamborghini Gallardo to department events. But this Lambo isn't always a police car. It's owned by a private citizen who lends it to the local force for fundraisers and parties.
The Carabinieri, the military arm of the Italian police, has a high-performance Alfa Romeo Giulia QV in its stable.
British supercar manufacturer Briggs Automotive Company donated a BAC Mono to the Isle of Man police force to encourage safe driving on the island's legendary winding roads.
The tiny island plays host to one of the world's most dangerous motorcycle races, the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy, better known as the Isle of Man TT.
Each dune buggy built to patrol the US-Mexico border has a 200-horsepower Volkswagen engine and plenty of ground clearance for access to the roughest terrain at higher speeds.
The UAE has some of the most extreme police cars in the world. Here's a convoy that includes a Bugatti, a McLaren and a Bentley.
They also have a Lamborghini Aventador.
Yes, it has scissor doors. And yes, Emirati policemen actually take it out on patrol.
There's also a BMW i8 with butterfly doors, so watch your head.
If Japanese sports cars are more your style, the police in Dubai also run this Nissan GT-R. It can reach up to 196 mph.
It's just another day at work for this Emerati police officer as she locks up her Mercedes-Benz G-Class tuned by Brabus.
Say "yes" to this Chevy Corvette, which was seized in a drug raid and turned into a D.A.R.E. vehicle in St. Louis County, Missouri.
This Dodge Challenger, seized from a heroin dealer, now serves as a community policing vehicle for Oakland County, Michigan—the same county where the car brand's headquarters is located.
The Riverside Police Department in Southern California received this Saleen S302 Mustang as a donation. The department uses the car as its Police Officer's Association Memorial Vehicle.
The Santa Cruz Police in Northern California roll up to recruitment fairs in this 1961 Chevy Biscayne.
Police in British Columbia use vehicles to dissuade young people from joining gangs. This Nissan Z convertible is one of them.
This BMW X5 SUV, also in British Columbia, memorably depicts a former gang member confined to a wheelchair.
This North Carolina police force thought it would be fun to have an ice cream truck. The Ford E-Series truck hands out free frozen novelties at community events.
The rear half of this California Ford police cruiser is painted like a yellow taxi. The goal? To discourage driving under the influence by comparing the low price of a cab to the price of a DUI.
This vintage police car, a 1951 Wolseley, occasionally comes out of retirement for community events in West Sussex, England.
This massive Harris County Sheriff's Hummer H1 in Houston, Texas is used to assist flood victims.
While not technically a car, this drone motorcycle is as extreme as it gets. Police in the UAE have a Russian-built Hoversurf S3. The flying one-seater can patrol from 20 feet in the air.
No streets? No problem. In Calumet County, Wisconsin, near Lake Michigan, police have snowmobiles to access hard-to-reach areas.
Police officers in Venice, Italy can't cruise the canals on four wheels, so they get around on jet skis.
The UAE has the first operational police robot. It isn't a mode of transport, but this uniformed robot does have wheels and a touchscreen that citizens can use to report a crime.