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February 01, 2011
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Video: The 5 best of January

Share your favorites in the comments section and continue uploading them to BLUtube

By PoliceOne Staff

PoliceOne members had plenty to say in January about a cuffed suspect who jumped from a moving Utah squad car. They also weighed in on the story about two girls who climbed the US border fence in just 18 seconds.

Check out these videos and more in this month’s Top 5. Share your favorites in the comments section and continue uploading them to BLUtube.

Handcuffed suspect jumps from moving squad

This Utah 20 year old had just been arrested on suspicion of burglary and was being escorted to the Salt Lake County jail. He complained of being sick, so the officer lowered the rear window. What happens next is best told by watching the video.

   

Viral: Girls scale border fence in 18 seconds

The video starts with the quote, "On average, one mile of border fence costs U.S. taxpayers $4 million," then asks "is it worth the expense?"

   

Traffic stop gets loud and crazy

This traffic stop took place in 1992, on the day Bill Clinton gave his presidential acceptance speech. What do you think about the officer’s laid-back approach as the subject gets progressively angrier?

   

St. Louis PD looks into 'beating' filmed by bystanders

St. Louis police began investigating after a YouTube video surfaced showing a city officer striking a man with his nightstick. The department issued a statement saying the circumstances are not yet known, but that the New Year's Day video is "disturbing."

   

2010 Officers Down Tribute

A PoliceOne member's annual tribute to LEOs lost in the line of duty.

   






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