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Boy donates savings to police–
An 11-year-old boy has donated his savings of $10.03 to police in Greenfield, Wis. in honor of the anniversary of 9/11.
Police officer rescues kitten from garbage–
Toronto police officers rescued a days-old kitten from a garbage can.
Throwback: Police dogs in action circa 1965–
A profile of police dogs, how they are trained, and what happens when they are off the job. Stanford University student film from 1965.
Wis. police detonate bomb found in man's garage–
They brought the explosive to the Hardwood Bombing Range where the military would drop dummy bombs to test accuracy.
L3 Mobile Vision's auto evidence management–
L3 explains its automated evidence lifecycle management at IACP 2012. Any network connected device can manage video, audio, etc. files to organize critical evidence. L3 engineers to the needs of the end users, for any sized fleet.
Throwback: 1975 police vehicle training film–
A '70s era training film on how to handle a police vehicle while in pursuit.
Police trap knife-wielding robber at ATM–
A knife-wielding robber who struck three times at a cash point in Kings Norton, Birmingham was caught after police set up a trap at the ATM location he repeatably robbed from.
Crowd Control: Demonstrator Tactics–
Crowd control expert Mike Janin talks in great detail about some of the tactics and operating procedures of protestor groups. Your next crowd control event could have you facing similar challenges, know what you're up against by watching.
Point Blank at IACP 2012–
Mark Smith of Point Blank Enterprises talks about improving wear rates among officers, and making vests lighter, thinner, and more flexible.
Police helicopter monitors massive fire–
Police helicopter footage of a massive fire at a recycling plant.
Brazen burglars caught on camera–
A pair of burglars caught on hidden police cameras.
U.S. Customs annihilate Land Rover–
Footage of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol smashing a Land Rover seized from illegal importers.
The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE police car is beyond wonderful–
In 1962, crime in Rome was remarkably under control thanks to the valiant efforts of the local police. To reward the success of the force, the president of the Italian Republic himself asked Enzo Ferrari to assign two very special Ferraris to police duty. One of the Ferraris is almost immediately destroyed. One survives to this day.
CNN takes on police 'militarization'–
CNN compares the newest innovations of police technology and specialty vehicles with action movies like The Hunger Games and Terminator.
Inside the Crown Victoria–
A look at the police technology inside the Crown Victoria.
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