FULL LIST OF Police Humor - page 47 Topics
Boy, 4, calls 911 for help with homework–
A 4 year old boy calls police to get some help with subtraction problems - and the dispatcher is happy to help.
Video: Suspect rams new police cruiser, speeds off–
Seconds after a cop jokes about the suspect hitting his new BMW squad, the man in the pick-up truck does exactly that
Top 20 best and worst excuses for speeding–
#5: "I wasn't speeding, I just got a haircut and it makes me look fast."
P1 Roll Call: Boy attacks officer, Crowd protests officer shooting–
This week, Dave Smith analyzes a bizarre story in which a child tried pulling an officer's service weapon from it's holster with both hands, then bit the officer, as well as a tragic shootout that left one Texas cop dead and another injured.
Stubborn store owner, 96, refuses armed robber–
The robber, knife-in-hand, became frustrated with the woman, who wouldn't open her register or get out of his way
News crew defends officer at traffic stop–
A West Virginia reporter and her cameraman refused to act as witnesses for a man who planned to file a complaint about an officer he claimed was being rude at a traffic stop.
Video: News crew defends officer at traffic stop–
A man planned to file a complaint about the officer's rudeness, but the witnesses sided with the officer
Burglary victim finds thief's phone, calls his mom–
The woman made the teen robber return all stolen belongings to each owner and apologize
Hidden camera show: Dog "attacks" cop–
A man pretending to be a cop tricks people into thinking he's been attacked by a dog.
Domestic disturbance call actually man passing gas, girlfriend yelling–
A neighbor reported the incident to police because she heard a woman screaming and loud noises
Fugitive caught after tweeting "Catch me if you can"–
Wanda Podgurski, 60, skipped out on her trial for insurance fraud before being caught
Metropolitan police do the Harlem Shake–
Footage posted on YouTube shows one motorcycle cop in a crash helmet — apparently filmed in a nick’s underground car park — suddenly starting to cavort. Five colleagues at first appear to ignore him, then join in. Bosses failed to see the funny side, and punished the officers.
Police: Tulsa homeowner hogties would-be burglar–
The homeowner captured the man, tied him up with rope, then left him outside for officers
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
- 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