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Armed Response Vehicle

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  1. Vehicles (ARVs) is a type of Police vehicle deployed and crewed by the Force Firearms Units of all British Police, Territorial forces

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  2. Including London's Metropolitan Police Services CO19 that respond to armed criminal activity, an Armed Response Vehicle is specifically designed and equipped to transport armed officers to the scene of a firearms incident, ARVs were introduced to mak

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  3. ARVs are typically large high performance vehicles such as saloon cars, people carriers or four wheel drives

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  4. ARV crews are typically teams of two (or, in London, three), and are responsible for patrolling specific areas

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  5. ARVs are crewed by three members within London, having a navigator, a specially trained driver, and an observer

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