Sheriff’s office has new vehicle for community events

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The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office unveiled a new vehicle that will be used for community events. 

The department said they wanted to create a visual representation between the sheriff’s office and community. 

Wichita artist Chris Garcia and the Brickmob, known for art around the community, created the logo. The logo features the sheriff’s star, a Keeper and Kansas sunrise and sunset. 

Eagle Enterprises rendered the artwork, and Spectrum Promotion applied it on the vehicle.

The vehicle will be used at school talks and other events around the county. 

“Mainly the person who’s assigned to this vehicle will be going out to the schools to teach D.A.R.E. They also run our seniors project so it’ll be all over this community,” said Lt. Tim Myers, Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office. 

The office said it is possible that more vehicles could receive the logo in the future. 

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