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UK police takeover Snapchat–
PC Ryan Soper is out on shift in Surrey giving the community behind the scenes news and information on Snapchat.
Conan becomes a Texas deputy–
Conan goes to Johnson County to pursue a career in law enforcement. He just needs to pass a few tests.
Ponch and Jon are back in 'CHiPs' movie trailer–
"CHiPs" vaguely follows the plot themes of the first season of the TV show, pairing the rookie Ponch with Baker as his training officer
Canadian cops read 'mean tweets'–
"Why are 90 percent of you bald?! Hair is good."
Video: Canadian police read 'mean tweets'–
"Why are 90 percent of you bald?! Hair is good"
Woman drives into river to avoid cops, boozes as car floats–
Officers tried to communicate with her, but she just ignored them and drank her beer
Cowboy lassos escaped calf from hood of Tenn. cop cruiser–
A calf escaped down a Tennessee highway, so a local sheriff and his friend decided to catch the animal themselves.
NYPD K-9s grace the pages of new calendar–
Members of the NYPD's K-9 unit are the stars of the first-ever calendar published by the New York City Police Foundation
Keep the change? Cops say man tipped server with Valium pill–
Here's a tip: Don't give a prescription painkiller as a gratuity
Texas cop allows teen to do push-ups to avoid jail–
The teenager was caught smoking marijuana in a movie theater parking lot.
Video: Texas cop allows teen to do push-ups to avoid jail–
The teenager was caught smoking marijuana in a movie theater parking lot
Don’t do this: Calif. cops share photo of driver using zip-ties as tire chains–
The driver used the zip-ties in a misguided attempt to create traction during the winter weather
Video: Tenn. man dressed as Santa hands out candy, robs bank–
Santa is still at large
Idaho cop competes in dance-off with charity captain–
In order to raise money for the Salvation Army, a Caldwell police officer competed in a dance-off the captain of the charity.
Fla. sheriff compares woman accused of theft to 'Grinch'–
She was charged with 173 felonies and 28 misdemeanors for theft, fraud, and using false identification.
PoliceOne top 5
- DC officers cannot record inauguration demonstrators
- Slain Fla. officer's cuffs used to arrest suspect
- Pa. cop sues Wal-Mart over termination for carrying gun on duty
- Pa. troopers union criticizes plan to scrap lie-detector tests for recruits
- Details emerge in shooting of Ariz. trooper by driver he sought to help