FULL LIST OF Police Humor - page 3 Videos
Texas police interview Darth Vader–
Fort Worth police sit down with the 'Dark Lord.'
La. police return shopping carts strewn throughout the city–
The Slidell Police Department has a unique way to return missing shopping carts.
Sex offender shuffle–
Comedy writer Scott Gairdner posted a comedy sketch of sex offenders in Miami Dade county in the ’80s announce their sex offender status—in song.
Funny COPS compilation–
Funniest moments on COPS recorded on VINE compiled into one video.
Ill. police stop second jumper from roof–
River Grove police stop a second kitty jumper who tries to sneak out the window.
Utah cop caught doing 'Nae Nae' at 7-Eleven–
Owner of the local convenience store shared security footage of the officer dancing to Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)".
Philadelphia Police Department recruits with a 90s commercial–
The department repurposed a 90s Sizzler commercial to recruit new officers.
The greatest PSA ever made–
The Philadelphia Police Department had planned to recreate this classic 'Saved by the Bell' anti-drug PSA with members of its department, but when scheduling issues prevented it from happening, the agency's social media director got a little...creative.
Va. cop's home video goes viral–
An officer is getting a lot of attention for a home video he hopes will help humanize police to the public.
Del. cop who achieved viral fame for 'Shake it Off’ is back for duet–
Cpl. Jeff Davis is back behind the driver's seat, but this time he's brought a friend along for the ride.
Mo. cops lead St. Patrick's Day flash mob–
The idea for the dance came from and was organized by three KCPD officers.
Texas PD's McConaughey spoof goes viral–
The Cedar Hill Police Department is getting quite a bit of attention for a parody of a series of car commercials.
6-year-old stars in Ohio recruitment video–
6-year-old Noah Bundy is on the case for the Sidney Police Department in Ohio.
How do you test to see that your dash cam video is working?–
A Smithville (Mo.) police officer had to test his dash cam early Wednesday, and he decided to get a little creative. The officer was caught dancing and snapping his fingers on the camera mounted on his police cruiser's dash -- while trying to see if the video equipment worked. The cop was not identified, but the video has gotten attention after the Smithville police have posted it to their Facebook page.
Del. cop famous for 'Shake it Off' video does it again–
Master Cpl. Jeff Davis returned for an encore performance at a benefit event, Dancing With the Delaware Stars.
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