Electric police cars struggle to reach crime scenes and emergencies without running out of power.
Local police officers cannot find a charging point during patrol and need to switch to a petrol or diesel vehicle.
Chris Nelson,Police, Gloucestershire criminal commissioner, his troops got 66 Nissan Leaf and 9 Nissan NV200 vans in February 2020. Said that.
He added: I've heard a lot of problems with police officers running aroundelectric carstrying to find a charging facility and having to get another car after running out of puffs.
"I fully understand and support climate control, but my top priority is to fight crime."
HeElectric vehicles He said he agreed to switch to, but continued.
"The design options available for operational electric vehicles are probably not as advanced as I would like.
" So let's say this, I'm careful At this stage, we will go further on that path.
"If a police officer is out in a car accident and the lights are on, the radio is on, the heaters are on, just because you are using an electric car. Never run out of power. Car. "