FULL LIST OF Patrol Issues - page 39 Videos
Washington DC police in the 1960s–
Explores the life of a police officer in Washington D.C. and shows how police help keep a community together.
Mass. town stops criminalizing heroin–
An MSNBC report on the heroin epidemic in Mass. showcases Gloucester police department's innovative technique to beat the drug problem.
LAPD officer tries to ride electric unicycle–
A Los Angeles officer was on Venice Beach for Labor Day weekend with his partner and attempted to ride a modern skateboard.
Wash. sheriff dances at rodeo–
An Ellensburg sheriff hesitates to show off his dance moves.
Texas police vehicles flashing in memory of fallen deputy–
San Antonio police flashed their vehicles in memory of Deputy Darren Goforth.
Paul Harvey's 'Policeman' narration–
Famous radio host Paul Harvey describes what it means to be a cop.
What makes high-speed pursuits take a deadly turn?–
ABC News investigates what makes high-speed pursuits end in death and what police departments are doing to help keep community safe.
NM hires first female motorcycle officer in state history–
Officer Vanessa Martinez is the first female to pass all requirements to be a motorcycle officer.
Mich. man claims to be surgeon, threatens to let police ‘bleed out’–
A man pulled over for not wearing a seatbelt threatened the officers’ lives.
Woman stops by Colo. police station to hug officer–
The woman told police she was upset about the deaths of law enforcement members nationwide.
Fla. officer’s emotional plea goes viral–
An officer’s testimony about the perils of policing has gained momentum online.
Colo. PD on alert after anonymous caller threatens to kill cops–
The caller threatened to shoot officers who were alone.
Assault of SC cop captured on body cam, police searching for suspect–
The suspect struck the officer on the right side of his face.
Body cam, dash cam capture different perspectives of Texas traffic stop–
Police released the videos in order to urge the public not to jump to conclusions.
Mo. cop takes murder victim’s son back-to-school shopping–
After a 5-year-old boy witnessed his mother’s murder last month, a St. Louis County police officer and his wife decided to take him back-to-school shopping.
PoliceOne top 5
- DC cops' body cams won't be on while they monitor inauguration demonstrators
- Slain Fla. officer's cuffs used to arrest suspect
- Pa. cop sues Wal-Mart over termination for carrying gun on duty
- Details emerge in shooting of Ariz. trooper by driver he sought to help
- Texas cops don cowboy hats with uniforms