NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Metro Police unveiled the department's new cruiser for its Safe Place Program and LGBTQ liaison on Thursday.

The Ford Fusion sported rainbow paint and "MNPD Pride" on the side, as well as the message to "Report Hate Crimes."

On the automobile's hood, the Safe Place logo was shown, along with its website,

The Safe Place Program was first begun by the Seattle Police Department, and is where persons can safely wait as a police officer responds to a reported hate crime call.

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