Cool Stuff - page 4
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Throwback: 1976 'Vehicle Ambush'–
Police training film regarding the use of cars as weapons by criminals. Produced by the California State Police and distributed by the United States Agency for International Development in 1976.
Cellphone in pocket saves clerk during robbery–
Security camera footage of a gas station robbery in Florida. One clerk was shot during the incident, but was saved when his cell phone stopped the bullet.
Throwback: 1946 LAPD 'Report to the People'–
A report on traffic deaths for the purpose of community awareness and safety. Created by the Los Angeles Police Department in 1946.
PSA: 'Don't be a Zombie'–
A PSA by the Halton Regional Police in Canada.
Multiple assaults captured on police surveillance–
Police in Alaska have released surveillance footage of the downtown area of Anchorage, capturing multiple instances of assault in the area. The footage was recorded between 2011 and 2013.
Massive police convoy–
A gigantic police convoy captured on film in Germany.
NYPD Football Team visits children's hospital–
Footage of the New York City Police Department Football Team visiting the Maimonides Infants and Children's Hospital.
Throwback: 1969 'Shooting for Survival'–
Training film produced in 1969 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation highlights defensive firearms training for law enforcement agents.
Heat camera identifies cannabis hot-house–
Heat-seeking camera aboard police helicopter singles out a cannabis hot-house in an apartment building.
P1 Roll Call: NFL bans off-duty carry, Ore. trooper ambushed–
For the week of October 11, Dave Smith analyzes the scuffle that occurred between bikers and an SUV driver that has resulted in the arrest of an NYPD detective suspected of being involved, as well as a new motion that bans off-duty police from attending NFL events armed, an announcement by the NTOA for more medical training, and a shocking 'Not Today' moment from Oregon.
Throwback: 1962 'Tear Gas in Law Enforcement'–
Produced on behalf of the Lake Erie Chemical Corporation, this 1962 police training film demonstrates crowd control tactics through the use of tear gas.
'Aero-engines' help police fight crime–
Florida police are taking to the skies in order to catch criminals.
Two cops vs. one MMA fighter–
Two police volunteers square up against an MMA fighter on the final day of a survival tactics training course.
Super cool Pinewood Derby police car–
Car features LED flashers and headlights.
Advanced Rapid Response training footage–
Footage of an Advanced Rapid Response training class hosted by the West Columbia Police Department in South Carolina.
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