fast pursuit vessels
Rigid-hulled inflatable boat
New York City Police Department and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department - waterways around NYC
North Carolina State Marine Patrol (NCMP) and North Carolina Wildlife Enforcement (NCWE) - waterways; NCMP with one oceangoing ship and numerous small craft generally open bays, tidal waters and open ocean up to three miles; longer out to sea on mutual operations to assist US Marine Fisheries Law Enforcement and US Coast Guard. NCWE numerous small craft on shallow all inland coastal waters, navigable rivers and lakes statewide.
Chicago Police Department - Chicago River and Lake Michigan
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
Toronto Police Service - waters off Toronto
Peel Regional Police - waters off Mississauga
Royal Canadian Mounted Police - inland waterways in areas of enforcement
United States Park Police - waters in National Park Service areas around NYC
Ontario Provincial Police - lakes and other waterways in Ontario
Hong Kong Police - waters off Hong Kong
New Zealand Police - waters off Auckland and Wellington
San Francisco Police Department - waters off San Francisco
San Diego Harbor Police - San Diego Bay and tidelands
Long Beach Harbor Patrol - Port of Long Beach
U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Office of Air and Marine - Customs waters of the United States
Canada Border Services Agency - Customs enforcement in Canadian waters.
Baltimore Police Department waterways in and around Baltimore.
Police watercraft Wikipedia
Police watercraft are boats or other vessels that are used by police agencies to patrol bodies of water. They are usually employed on major rivers, in enclosed harbors near cities or in places where a stronger presence than that offered by the Harbourmaster or Coast Guard is needed.
Police boats sometimes have high-performance engines in order to catch up with fleeing fugitives on the water. They have been used since the beginning of the 20th century.