It may be a crime to look this good, but the police will let it pass this time. This summer people have been loving their VPD Aviator sunglasses and sharing the classic look on social media using #VPDPartners.
These shades do more than protect your eyes from crow’s feet though… Proceeds from the Vancouver Police Foundation’s “Kops Shades for Kids” campaign help fund Youth Programs that fall outside the operating budget of the VPD. These programs keep kids engaged, active, and away from high risk activities.
How can you get away with the crime of looking good? Check out some of the best evidence we have of people wearing the VPD shades. Post your own photo and you could get a ride-along with an officer (without the handcuffs).
Pick up a pair of the VPD aviators at Lower Mainland London Drugs, Vancouver Community Policing Centres and on the Foundation’s website: VancouverPoliceFoundation.org/shades.
Do you have a permit for that look?
After putting on the shades, the officers from the World Police and Fire Games had to jump in the pool to cool off because their look was that hot.
Rocking the zombie chic. Even the undead need to accessorize.
Even after questioning, we don’t know the whole story. It stands to prove though, they can even make zombies easy on the eyes.
We pulled him over for speeding, he was going 20,000 leagues under the sea.
Our scuba diver here pleaded not gill-ty for looking good, we disagree.
Wedding or not, with this many people looking this good in one spot, we may have to call for back-up.
Not sure, who is the ringleader of this group is but we are happy to take them all in for having fun.
Impersonalizing a PSD K9 may be a cute-offensive, punishment: snuggles.
We are barking up the wrong tree here, but who doesn’t love seeing animals doing people things.