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Motorcyclist crashes, tries to escape again during pursuit–
The state patrol attempted to stop the 33-year-old rider for speeding and splitting traffic. He attempted to cross the median and lost control, sending both him and his motorcycle flying across the road. As he was attempting to get back on his bike, not one but three state patrol cruisers pulled up to make the arrest. The man faces charges including fleeing.
Tactical Tip: The Foot Sweep–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Don Gula founder of Arrestling Force Options Training discusses and demonstrates a judo technique to take a resistive subject to the ground.
Live PD: Cops pursue masked intruder–
Watch Walton County, Florida deputies attempt to make contact with this masked intruder.
Throwback: 1992 LAPD training video–
Check out this throwback clip from 1992 of the "Dudley Do Right" of the LAPD.
Brand new concept to stop burglaries–
The Davie Police Department urges people to lock their doors as the first step in preventing a vehicle burglary. Don't make it easy for criminals by leaving your vehicle unlocked. In 2016, 47 percent of burglaries in Davie occurred to unlocked vehicles. By simply locking your doors this statistic can be greatly reduced.
Orlando cop showcases moves during dance-off–
Orlando Officer Lincoln competed in a dance-off during a community barbecue and showcased some of his moves.
Driver gets 2 speeding tickets within same day–
After receiving a ticket for speeding this driver pulls out and speeds again.
Ford Police Responder Hybrid: The evolution of police vehicles–
From the patrol cars of the prohibition era, to the contemporary pursuit vehicles on the road today, Ford has continuously been a trailblazer in the evolution of police interceptors. Now, as part of a $4.5 billion commitment to electrification, the all-new Police Responder Hybrid Sedan is prepared to be the police cruiser of the modern era.
'Super Troopers' pull pranks, shenanigans to pass time–
A handful of state troopers are put in the uncomfortable position of having to actually enforce the law in this high-spirited comedy.
Park Forest officers read 'mean tweets'–
Park Forest Police want everyone to be pleased with the services they provide, but also understand that police work is a tough job. It requires tough choices and not everyone is going to be happy all the time. Park Forest Police have to sometimes have thick skin, and a sense of humor. In this video, Park Forest Police officers share actual tweets the department has received on Twitter.
Why I wear the badge–
#WhyIWearTheBadge is a campaign designed to highlight the diversity and commitment of the law enforcement profession. The badge is a symbol of courage, strength, and integrity. So why do hundreds of thousands of men and women wear the badge each day?
Duck assists deputy with traffic control–
Deputy Whiteley was assisting with traffic control at an injury accident. The duck, later found to be named "Quackers," took an instant liking to her, and stayed with her the entire time she was out there (more than 30 minutes). A neighbor finally came along and said that he would escort Quackers back to his nearby home.
Caught on Camera: On patrol with Albuquerque police–
Just some of the Albuquerque police officers on patrol in their communities.
The women officers of the NYPD–
The NYPD celebrates Women's History Month and recognizes those still making history.
Cops pursue cattle after semi crashes–
Police in Lenexa, Kansas, spent part of March 3 pursuing cattle through the streets after a semi-trailer rolled over, releasing the herd.
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