Vote: 2011 Member Photo of the Year

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1 - Gator pull - PoliceOne Member Sgt. Louis Chiappetta of the Lee County (Florida) Sheriff's Office writes that it "took 2 trappers and 3 deputies to actually lift the gator into the rear of the truck."

2 - The job - "I took this photo to show the fact that even when we take our uniforms off, we are always ready to put them back on," Josh Tocci of the Lunenburg (Mass.) Police Department said.

3 - Erath County sunset - This photo was submitted by PoliceOne Member Aaron Carney, a Deputy with the Erath County Sheriff's Office.

4 - Shake away the snow, K-9 - Holmdel Township (NJ) Police Officer Joseph Van Pelt submitted this shot of his K-9 partner Diogi during the brutal Northeast winter of 2010-2011.

5 - Texas wildfires - "We had a massive outbreak of wildfires in our area due to extreme drought conditions," wrote Deputy Braydone Moore of the Pecos County Sheriff’s Office. "This fire started when power lines arced together during high winds. My partner and I were trying to keep an eye on the fire throughout the night due to several houses being in danger."

6 - Tampa tactical team training - Tammie Bishop of the Tampa Police Department sent this photo of the Tampa PD's tactical response team doing some training.

7 - Man, that guy was flyin' - Miguel A. Lugo, an officer with the Atlanta Police Department Community Liaison Unit, snapped this at the Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson Int. Airport.

8 - Show us your teeth - "He's the department's first and only dog," Shaun Inlow of Georgetown (Ohio) Police said about his K-9 partner Gabber. "He's been on the road for about 2 years, and he lives with me as my own. He's great at home with my two-year-old girl, but he knows when it's time for work. Then it's all business."

9 - Nice haul! - Ryan Phillips, a Deputy with the Snohomish (Wash.) County Sheriff’s Office, wrote that the haul pictured above was from a seizure done by the SCSO’s Directed Patrol Unit. It included "$80,000 dollars, two assault rifles, nine handguns, and almost $20K in drugs. All from one case and one suspect who is looking at 20-25 years federal time!"

10 - Stand back -This photo from Brad Parks, who works as a bomb technician for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in Cleveland, Georgia. The GBI Bomb Disposal Unit is pictured conducting explosive breach training.

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