🚔 Meaning: A forward-facing police car with a wide, rectangular windscreen, a pair of headlights, a siren board on the roof with red and blue lights with an installed siren sound too.
The 🚔 Oncoming Police Car emoji signifies an arriving police car, either to investigate a case or to give you a speeding ticket. This emoji suggests a sense of fear and panic if you’re the one the police is after, but safety and reassurance if it’s someone else.
How and When to Use the 🚔 Oncoming Police Car Emoji
- If you’re sharing a picture/video from your camera roll, a repost, or a meme about a cop following someone (or you), use 🚔 in the caption.
- If you just got followed by a cop who gave you a ticket or misbehaved because you are colored, you can use 🚔 while putting up this incident on social media or even while texting a friend about it. Let’s just say, you lived to tell the story. (Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and hundreds of others, we say your name #blm).
- You could also use 🚔 while reposting news content that involves the police – it can be an outrageous news post or an appreciative one.
- If you’re texting someone about the routine cop patrolling scene in your area or some heavy patrolling post an incident, use 🚔. For instance, “Dude. It’s just the usual routine, man. Twice a day 🚔”.
- If you’re a patrol cop, who’s taking out his/her car to run some personal errands, you can use 🚔 while sharing a social media story of the same.
- 🚔 Arriving Police Vehicle
- 🚔 Followed by a Cop Car
- 🚔 Patrol Car
- 🚔 Cop Car
- 🚔 Front of Police Car
- 🚔 Patrolling Cop
- 🚔 Cop On Duty
- 🚔 Moving Police Car
- 🚔 Police Car Chasing an Offender