Crime - page 2
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Ohio suspect crashes into bar, injuring patrons–
Dash cam footage has been released of the October 23 pursuit that ended with the suspect crashing violently into a bar.
Man uses banana to rob Philly store–
Suspect stuck a banana in a front pocket of his sweatshirt and pointed it toward the cashier.
Brawl breaks out following shooting–
CCTV footage of a brawl in downtown Pittsburgh, moments after multiple suspects fired shots at each other.
NY shooting caught on camera–
Footage captures suspect as he opens fire on a man in New York. The victim was shot in the chest, but is expected to recover.
Police arrest robber trapped inside store–
A robbery attempt at a gold store went awry after a citizen barricaded the suspect inside. Trapped, the robber was forced to wait until police arrived.
Throwback: 1968 'Bank Robberies'–
Training film produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1968 contains actual surveillance footage of numerous bank robberies.
Thief nabs purse, owner oblivious–
Surveillance footage of a robbery at a gas station captures a man stealing a woman's purse as she pumps gas a few feet away.
Brazen robbers caught on camera–
Footage of a string of violent robberies shows suspects hurling cinder blocks through windows, stealing from stores in broad daylight.
PSA: 'Don't be a Zombie'–
A PSA by the Halton Regional Police in Canada.
Crimes against cops–
PoliceOne Editor In Chief Doug Wyllie discusses with Chief Joel Shults of the Adams State College Police Department the concept of police officers actually being victims of crimes (such as assault).
'Aero-engines' help police fight crime–
Florida police are taking to the skies in order to catch criminals.
Boston police eye unsolved cases after detective 'dropped ball'–
Detectives failed to arrest a "person of interest" in the murder of Amy Lord; causing police to re-examine past files
Crime Scene Preservation–
Dave Smith talks with Donnie Barker, Crime Scene Trainer at IPTM, about the basics of crime scene investigation. Donnie specializes in crime scene processing and technology. He emphasizes the importance of protecting and preserving a crime scene until the experts arrive. The first responders are just as equally as responsible for the evidence as the investigators that arrive to the scene.
Crime Scene Preservation–
In this video, Donnie Barker discusses proper techniques for documenting evidence, including what to do if you have forgotten or are lacking the right equipment. Barker focuses on documenting footprints and tire marks.
Betsy Brantner Smith: Crime Prevention on a Budget–
A crime prevention program is often the first thing to get cut from a department's budget during tough economic times. In this segment, Betsy Brantner Smith, shows you how to utilize existing resources, technology and personnel.
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