College basketball superstars make appearance in SC police hip-hop video
The video features former SC women’s basketball superstar and now Deputy Tina Roy
By PoliceOne Staff
COLUMBIA, SC — A South Carolina police department dropped a hip-hop music video with cameos from local basketball superstars.
“RCSD PROUD,” the video produced for the Richland County (S.C.) Sheriff’s Department, featured former University of South Carolina Women’s basketball star Tina Roy and now a RCSD deputy. The video also featured NCAA-championship winning head coach, Dawn Staley.
Roy wrote and raps the two-minute, 45-second video while other RCSD deputies, units, Community Action Team cars and K-9s are shown during training, static displays and having fun.
“RCSD PROUD is something of an anthem, not only for the department but for the communities we serve,” says Capt. Maria Yturria, director of RCSD’s public information office. “This new video, I think, speaks to that community outreach.”
The department was recently billed as “America’s Law Enforcement Agency” and is one of 33 law enforcement agencies nationwide to be featured on A&E’s television series, LIVE PD.
Without further ado...WE ARE #RCSDProud Song by: Tina Roy Video by: Hayden Media CoPosted by Richland County Sheriff's Department on Friday, February 1, 2019