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The race is on for the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, ALEA, to win the 2021 America's Association of State Troopers, AAST, annual America's Best Looking Cruiser contest. This is a national contest among state law enforcement agencies. Your vote will help support the men and women of law enforcement and can win it for our Alabama troopers.

This year the photo submission features an Alabama trooper 2020 Dodge Charger on the start/finish line at Talladega Super Speedway.

Voting for America's best looking cruiser ends Tuesday August 3 2021 at 11am, CDT. The contest allows you to vote by clicking on:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/bestlookingcruiser2021.

You may also find the link on the ALEA Facebook page.
The photo that receives the most votes will be presented with the best looking cruiser award, and featured on the cover of the America's Best Looking Trooper Cruisers 2022 wall calendar. The contest is a fun and easy way for state troopers from all states to interact and participate in a friendly competition. And by casting a vote we can show our support and appreciation for Alabama State Troopers.

The best looking cruiser contest has become a tradition since it was launched in 2014. Alabama trooper vehicles have appeared in several calendars. However, an Alabama Trooper cruiser now has an opportunity to be featured on the cover of the upcoming calendar.

The Trooper calendar is a fundraiser and supports scholarships for trooper’s children.

Calendars will be available for purchase at www.troopers.org Beginning October 1, 2021.

Here are the submissions from other states.

<strong>Alaska State Troopers</strong>

<strong>Arizona Department of Public Safety</strong>

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<strong>Arkansas State Police</strong><br><br>

<strong>California Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Colorado State Patrol</strong><br><br>

<strong>Delaware State Police</strong>

<strong>Florida Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Georgia State Patrol</strong>

<strong>Idaho State Police</strong>

<strong>Illinois State Police</strong>

<strong>Indiana State Police</strong>

<strong>Iowa State Patrol</strong>

<strong>Kansas Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Kentucky State Police</strong>

<strong>Louisiana State Police</strong>

<strong>Maine State Police</strong>

<strong>Massachusetts State Police</strong>

<strong>Michigan State Police</strong>

<strong>Minnesota State Patrol</strong>

<strong>Mississippi Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Missouri State Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Montana Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Nebraska State Patrol</strong>

<strong>Nevada Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>New Hampshire State Police</strong>

<strong>New Jersey State Police</strong>

<strong>New Mexico State Police</strong>

<strong>New York State Police</strong>

<strong>North Carolina Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>North Dakota Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Ohio State Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Oklahoma Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Oregon State Police</strong>

<strong>Pennsylvania State Police</strong>

<strong>South Carolina Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>South Dakota Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Tennessee Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Texas Department of Public Safety</strong>

<strong>Utah Highway Patrol</strong>

<strong>Vermont State Police</strong>

<strong>Virginia State Police</strong>

<strong>Washington State Patrol</strong>

<strong>West Virginia State Police</strong>

<strong>Wisconsin State Patrol</strong>

<strong>Wyoming Highway Patrol</strong>

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