International Law Enforcement
The International Law Enforcement topic provides American law enforcement with police news from around the world, focusing on the latest developments in criminal syndicates, drug cartels, organized crime, and international terrorism. It also follows significant developments and events in other countries and explores how cops in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America enforce their laws.
Full list of International Law Enforcement results
Driver gets 2 speeding tickets within same day–
After receiving a ticket for speeding this driver pulls out and speeds again.
A behind the scenes look at life as a New Zealand CO–
Rebecca and Moses, senior corrections officers at Rimutaka Prison in Upper Hutt, New Zealand, talk about their work.
UK police takeover Snapchat– 1
PC Ryan Soper is out on shift in Surrey giving the community behind the scenes news and information on Snapchat.
Canadian cops read 'mean tweets'–
"Why are 90 percent of you bald?! Hair is good."
'Selfie video' of suspected Istanbul gunman–
The gunman, who hasn't been publicly identified, is still at large.
Cop, civilian work in bed of speeding truck to save OD victim–
A mountie and a civilian helped save the man’s life.
Canadian police perform DUI mannequin challenge–
St. Thomas, Ontario police participated in the Mannequin Challenge to warn the community about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Melbourne driver refuels during police pursuit–
A driver led police on a high-speed pursuit near Melbourne, Australia, even stopping to refuel on the way. Officers eventually called off the pursuit as it became too dangerous.
Philippine police van rams protesters–
Officer Franklin Kho said he didn't deliberately hit the protesters but was trying to drive away because they were hitting the vehicle with wooden clubs.
Stolen Van Gogh paintings recovered by Italian police–
The masterpieces, stolen more than a decade ago in Amsterdam, were found in a house linked to an international drug trafficker in a mafia raid near Naples, Italy .
Driver tells cops 'my shoes are worth more than your wages'– 1
Video captured a Lamorghini driver verbally abusing officers who stopped him.
At least 28 dead after suicide bombers target Istanbul airport–
60 others were wounded and taken to hospitals.
Scotland officers beaten by teens– 1
Disturbing footage captured an attack on officers involved in a drug raid.
Brussels police chief knocked out during protest– 1
Chief had been chasing people who had attacked police even though he was not wearing extensive protective gear.
2015 World Police and Fire Games: Wrist Wrestling–
A look at the Wrist Wrestling competition at this year's World Police and Fire Games, held in Fairfax, Va.
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