FULL LIST OF International RESULTS
Japan's police drone catches a quadcopter–
Tokyo Police launched their first anti-drone squad, a team designed to enforce new rules banning drones from dense urban areas.
Police vehicle flips and crushes car–
Footage of a police vehicle in the Ukraine flipping and crushing a nearby car.
Ferrari replicas seized by Spanish police–
Ferrari replicas were seized and later destroyed by Spanish police.
Cops help mom cat save kitten–
Police aided a mother cat rescue her kitten.
Police fight riots in Belfast–
Police deploy plastic bullets and water cannons against loyalist protestors, angry over the decision to stop flying the Union flag year round.
Civilians argue over confiscated material–
A man and woman are infuriated when they claim not everything is given back after an officer returns their confiscated items.
Police bikes on parade–
No less than 1000 Kawasaki Ninja 250R bikes have been commissioned for the Unit Rondaan Bermotosikal (Malaysian for motorcycle patrol unit), and 560 have already been delivered.
Police catch thief with face covered in blood–
Suspect screams as one officer calmly arrests him, it is unknown if his wounds are self-inflicted.
Driver does donuts to escape cops–
This driver looks like he's played one too many video games as he tries to flee cops.
Civilian helps cops, trips suspect during pursuit–
Surveillance videos show a person stick their foot out intentionally tripping the suspect that is running several yards ahead of police, who are able to catch him.
Man argues with cops for barricading road–
A man argues for fourteen straight minutes with several different officers about the definition of breech of peace
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