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Pa. agencies band together to provide escort for terminally ill boy–
Many of the officers who helped give boy a hero’s escort home did so on their own time. They volunteered for no pay.
Okla. officer rescues man from burning vehicle–
After learning four passengers escaped and one man was still trapped inside a burning car, an officer ran to the car to pull the man to safety.
12 acts of kindness from police officers–
A montage of kind acts caught on camera by police officers worldwide on patrol.
Va. cop comes to aid of man in wheelchair–
Richmond Police Officer Jordan Clark helped push a man in a wheelchair three blocks after his battery died.
NJ cop tosses football with neighborhood kids–
A police officer patrolling the area saw a group of neighborhood kids playing football and decided to join in on the fun.
Roll Call: Ore. PD backs up officers' tough decision, FF arrested by CHP–
For the week of February 7, Dave Smith discusses the difficult decision Oregon City police made to take cover instead of aiding a down office, the arrest of a firefighter responding to a highway crash, an incredible deadly shootout from the perspective of a body cam, and this week's heroic Not Today moment.
Roll Call: Cop shot by colleague, SCOTUS questions anonymous tips–
For the week of January 24, Dave Smith reflects on the tragic accidental blue-on-blue shooting that left a BART officer dead, a new experiment involving LAPD and different body cameras, a court case that questions the validity of anonymous tips prompting traffic stops, and this week's Not Today moment.
Officer plays catch with lonely child–
Dash cam footage of an officer in Texas stopping to play catch with a child that was alone.
Police rescue raccoon family from dumpster–
Two West Mifflin police officers rescue 4 raccoons from a dumpster in 'dramatic' fashion.
Mass. cop in Coast Guard makes shocking return home–
Sgt Craig Bailey surprised his sons at school after stripping off his disguise; he was in Cuba for the last eight months
P1 Roll Call: Chief says citizens should be armed, Fatal shooting video released–
For the week of January 10, Dave Smith discusses the Detroit police chief's announcement that he believes responsible citizens should be legally armed, the release of a video depicting a fatal officer-involved shooting, cold weather safety tips, and this week's Not Today.
Farewell to officer Robert Deckard–
A memorial video depicts the timeline of unfortunate events leading up to the death of San Antonio Officer Robert ‘Bobby’ Deckard and the memorial services that followed. Video created by Brandon Rosier.
Fallen NY trooper honored at Rose Bowl parade–
In front of thousands of onlookers – and perhaps millions of Americans watching on television – the Donate Life float in the Rose Bowl parade prominently displayed a portrait of Dobson's face, along with dozens of other faces from around the world.
Officer, Good Samaritans pull 72-year-old from burning car–
LAPD Bomb Squad Officer Don Thompson was driving on the busy 405 freeway in California when he saw car aflame.
Roll Call: 2013 in Review - Part 2–
In the second segment of our two-part year-end Roll Call, Dave Smith recaps some of the biggest police news stories from 2013, including the search for and death of fugitive ex-cop Chris Dorner, the controversial Zimmerman trial, the Navy Yard shooting, the years-long stop-and-frisk debate, and an end-of year LODD update.
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