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The Patrol Video topic page is the go-to destination for police officers looking for the latest law enforcement videos, from police dashcam footage or viral police videos that have been shared among cops online.
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Texas body cams show police in action

The Fort Worth Police Department in August ordered 145 additional AXON Flex cameras to complement the 50 it was already using.

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'You shot me?!': Man on meth drags cop, gets shot on dash cam

Alan G. Hampton took off with the officer hanging out the window, prompting the officer to fire his gun - Full Story

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Body cams shed light on hardships faced by police

Body cameras have become an increasingly popular tool for law enforcement across the country - Full Story

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Video: Teen's scantily-clad DUI stop goes viral

The 18-year-old admitted she'd had a shot, had BAC of .157 - Full Story

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Fla. police shoot NFL star holding hostage at knife-point

Police were forced to fire at Jermaine Green several times when he appeared to be aiming a knife at his hostage.

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Video: Fla. police shoot NFL star holding hostage at knife-point

Police were forced to fire at Jermaine Green several times when he appeared to be aiming a knife at his hostage - Full Story

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Video released of Wash. shooting of robbery suspect

Suspected robber Russell Smith was fatally shot when he started driving towards officers - Full Story

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Calif. city police a model for body camera success

Since Feb. 2012, public complaints against officers plunged 88% compared with the previous 12 months. Officers' use of force fell by 60% - Full Story

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Calif. city police a model for body camera success

Rialto has also become an example for US forces since a federal judge in New York praised its initiative. Rialto's randomized controlled study has seized attention because it offers scientific – and encouraging – findings: after cameras were introduced in February 2012, public complaints against officers plunged 88% compared with the previous 12 months. Officers' use of force fell by 60%.

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Video: Violent arrest leads to suspension of 3 Okla. cops

The report written of the incident conflicts with what the dashcam footage shows - Full Story



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