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Airport security catches infant mid-fall–
Incredible footage of an airport security officer catching an infant that fell off of a luggage counter at an airport in Poland.
Throwback: 1960s 'Stay Alert, Stay Alive'–
A training film produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the techniques and mechanics of arrest.
A real-life 'RoboCop'?–
The K5 robot, developed by a company in Sunnyvale, Calif., is designed to be a surveillance robot for law enforcement.
'Shop With a Cop' provides presents to children in need–
Footage of the annual 'Shop With a Cop' program, in which police take local children on a holiday shopping spree.
Teenager fighting cancer becomes cop for a day–
16-year-old Aaron Settles is battling Stage 4 cancer. His dream his whole life has been to be a police officer. The Rolla Police Department in Rolla, Mo. stepped in to try to give young Aaron a day that he would never forget.
Throwback: 1951 'This is Your Police Department'–
Film produced for the Detroit Police Department in 1951 details various operations and ceremonies.
Throwback: 1950s 'Ford and the Highway Patrol'–
Commercial produced by Ford in the 1950s highlighting the company's relationship with the North Carolina Highway Patrol and law enforcement agencies nationwide.
Throwback: 'Criminal Identification' circa 1950s–
Film highlights a picture puzzle system used by witnesses to reconstruct the appearance of suspects.
Throwback: 1941 'Detectives and Their Work'–
Stop-motion animated film produced by the Saint Paul Police Department in 1941.
The dancing traffic cop–
NYPD officer Mentoria Hutchinson has been directing traffic through dance for decades.
How to make a police memorial ribbon–
Forensic Artist Joyce Nagy of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and other volunteers have been making memorial ribbons to honor the sacrifice of Oregon City Police Reserve Officer Robert Libke - who was shot in the line of duty. In this video, Joyce shows you how to make your own ribbon to honor fallen officers.
Throwback: 1968 'Bank Robberies'–
Training film produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1968 contains actual surveillance footage of numerous bank robberies.
Tenn. PD non-emergency music video–
The Franklin Police Department in Tenn. have released a music video informing the public of the correct number to call for non-emergency situations. Officer Jeff Carson, the lead singer in the video, is a six-year veteran of the department and a former recording artist.
Police car converted into chicken coop–
French artist Benedetto Bufalino converted a 1970s police car into a fully-functional chicken coop.
Officer gives tour of vehicle, tech–
An officer in Ind. provides a curious camera man with a tour of his police vehicle and various tools.
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