Premiere episode from Broward County, Florida.
For three months, the COPS camera crews rode with the Broward County Sheriff's Department giving the FOX Television audience an unprecedented look into the life of police officers.
Stories include the Broward County Sheriff's SWAT team's serving of a search warrant on a house, the funeral of a deputy is shown with Sheriff Nick Navarro in attendance, a traffic stop yields a gun, and deputies make a major drug bust.
(12:49 AM, Zone 1, Searching for Robbery Suspect, Officer Russell Johnson) A person has flagged down officers and told them he was just robbed.
(7:28 PM, Jacksonville Beach, Fight in Progress, FTO Eric Shaughnessy) Officer Shaughnessy is responding to a fight in progress involving a large number of juveniles in a parking lot.
(10:46 PM, Zone 1, Suspicious Activity, Officer Russell Johnson) Officer Johnson responds to a call of a man dressed in camouflage jumping over a fence.
(11:58 PM, Zone 1, Robbery in Progress, Officer Linda Morgan) A robbery stakeout has identified a robbery in progress.
(5:22 PM, Zone 3, Assistance Call, Officer Bill Dobscha) Officer Dobscha responds to a call about an alligator in a backyard.
(12:03 AM, Zone 4, Open Car Sting, Officer Scott McNeil) Officers in a sting operation are waiting for suspects to steal a decoy vehicle.
(9:48 PM, Zone 5, Assistance Call, Officer George Daunhauer) While en route to a domestic assistance call, Officer Daunhauer spots a fight.
(10:16 PM, Zone 1, Assault in Progress, Officer Joseph Rusin) Officers have received a call about an assault in progress.
(9:52 PM, Zone 4, Shooting Call, Officer Attila R. Kocs) Officer Kocs is responding to a call in which a cab driver has been shot multiple times.
(10:23 PM, Zone 4, Assistance Call, Officer Shawn Pringle) Officer Pringle assists on a call where a woman has been beating a man.
(10:46 PM, Zone 1, Street Patrol, Officer Russell Johnson) Officer Johnson spots a disturbance and stops to see what is happening.
(7:50 PM, Zone 1, Assistance Call, Officer Patrick J. Meyer) A woman has placed a call to 911 to tell them she is locked inside of a bank.
(1:49 AM, Zone 2, Burglary in Progress, Officer Robert Adams) Officer Adams responds to assist another officer on a burglary call.
(8:45 PM, Zone 4, Street Patrol, Officer Scott McNeil) Officer McNeil has spotted a vehicle that is believed to have been used in a string of armed robberies.
(7:56 PM, Zone 4, Disturbance Call,Officer Scott McNeil) Officer McNeil responds to a call to assist another officer with a disturbance at a gas station.
(3:31 PM, Organized Crime Unit, Sting Operation Briefing, Multiple Officers) The organized crime unit is setting up a sting operation to catch drug sales at a gas station.
(10:22 PM, Zone 2, Assistance Call, Officer Mickey Mitaly) Officer Mitaly is responding to a call to help assist a woman who has raccoons in her chimney.
(1:48 AM, Zone 1, Traffic Stop, Officer Russell Johnson) Officer Johnson spotted a man picking up a prostitute and pulled him over.
(3:02 AM, Pierce County Sheriff's Department, South Hill Precinct, Traffic Stop, Deputy Erik Clarkson) Deputy Clarkson spots an El Camino driving erratically and attempts to make a stop.
(11:21 PM, Lakewood Police Department, Noise Complaint, Deputy Dan Wulick) While en route to a noise complaint, Deputy Wulick sees smoke coming from down the road.
(2:23 AM, Lakewood Police Department, Fight in Progress, Deputy Joe Kolp) A man in a verbal argument is struck by a van.
All scenes occur with the Pierce County Sheriff's Department, South Hill Precinct.
(1:45 AM, Vehicle Pursuit, Deputy Eric Carlson) Deputy Carlson joins a vehicle pursuit.
(2:45 AM, Street Patrol, Sgt Paul Schneider) Sgt Schneider is on street patrol and is looking for a man with a felony warrant.
(3:21 AM, Pursuit in Progress, Sgt Paul Schneider) Sgt Schneider is en route to a pursuit in progress.
(4:12 AM, Assistance Call, Sgt Paul Schneider) An officer has called for assistance with a stopped vehicle.
(3:21 AM, Pierce County Sheriff's Department, South Hill Precinct, Vehicle Pursuit, Deputy Eric Carlson) Deputy Carlson is attempting to stop a stolen truck.
(11:05 PM, Lakewood Police Department, Disturbance Call, Deputy Russ Martin) Deputy Martin responds to a disturbance complaint.
(10:34 AM, Pierce County Sheriff's Department, South Hill Precinct, Traffic Stop, Deputy Eric Carlson) Deputy Carlson spots a truck which may be stolen.
(3:25 AM, Lakewood Police Department, Assistance Call, Deputy Dan Wulick) Deputy Wulick assists in finding a man on a bike fleeing from cops.
(5:49 PM, Pierce County Sheriff's Department, South Hill Precinct, Suspicious Person Call, Deputy Mike Gould) Deputy Gould responds to a call about a suspicious person.
(1:51 AM, Lakewood Police Department, Theft Call, Deputy Dan Wulick)Deputy Wulick searches for suspects of a theft from a vehicle.
(7:52 PM, Organized Crime Unit, Drug Sting, Sgt Robert Phelps) The organized crime unit is serving a narcotics search warrant on a trailer that may be selling crack cocaine.
(9:48 PM, Zone 4, Possible Stolen Vehicle, Officer Jason Lederman) Officer Lederman believes he has found a stolen vehicle and proceeds with a felony stop.
(11:28 PM, Zone 1, Assistance Call, Officer Patrick Meyer) Officer Meyer is responding to an assistance call.
(3:27 PM, Vice Unit, John Sting Briefing, Multiple Officers) The vice unit is setting up a sting operation to catch Johns.
(10:29 PM, Zone 3, Animal Complaint, Officer Bill Dobscha) A woman has called police because there is a snake in her residence.
(9:47 PM, Zone 1, Assistance Call, Sgt Richard Elkins) A prostitute has eluded the vice unit and Sgt Elkins comes in to help in the search.
(1:45 PM, Organized Crime Unit, Drug Sting, Sgt Tony R. Davis) The organized crime unit is conducting a drug sting in a high traffic neighborhood.
(9:18 PM, Zone 2, Disturbance Call, Officer Michael Jones) Officer Jones is responding to a disturbance call involving a complainant and his girlfriend's father.
(12:15 AM, Zone 1, Street Patrol, Sgt Richard Elkins) Sgt Elkins has spotted a fight outside of a bar.
(6:04 PM, Zone 1, Suspicious Vehicle, Officers Russell Johnson and Jeffrey White) Officer Johnson spotted a vehicle acting suspiciously and the team turned to follow them.
(11:17 PM, Zone 4, Stabbing Call, Officer Scott McNeil) Officer McNeil responds to a call of a stabbing.
(7:42 PM, Zone 4, Domestic Dispute, Officer Samuel Bearden) Officer Bearden is dispatched to a domestic dispute between a mother and her sixteen year old daughter.
(8:09 PM, Zone 1, Possible Murder Suspect, Sgt Michelle Cook) A man at a homeless shelter places a call to 911 saying he has seen a man from the TV show America's Most Wanted.
(8:32 PM, Zone 1, Traffic Stop, Officer Russell Johnson) Officer Johnson stops a vehicle for speeding through a residential area.
(9:15 PM, Zone 4, Task Force Briefing, Multiple Officers) The task force is preparing to serve a search warrant for drugs at an apartment complex.
(12:31 PM, Albuquerque Police Department Vice Unit, Vice Sting, Sgt Clarence G. Davis) The vice unit is setting up a sting operation to catch illegal activity.
(9:04 PM, Lakewood Police Department, Shoplifting Call, Deputy Jeff Alwine) Deputy Alwine goes to a call where a man has stolen an unknown amount of lottery scratch tickets.
(8:45 PM, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, South East Area Command, Bike Sting, Multiple Officers) Officers are conducting a bike sting to combat recent thefts of bicycles at convenience stores.
From Las Vegas, NV. and Santa Ana, CA.
Stories involve narcotics surveillance, the discovery of a human skull in a public park, and a domestic dispute.
1. Las Vegas, Nevada - Detective Dean O'Kelley - Homicide Investigation
2. Santa Ana, California - Officer Rudy Reynoso - Street Patrol
3. Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer Christopher Curtis - Domestic Disturbance Call
1. Gwinnett County, Georgia - Officer Judy Abercrombie - Domestic Disturbance Call
2. Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer Jeff Harper - Man with a Knife Call
3. Maricopa County, Arizona - Deputy David Jones - Unknown Trouble
When Officer Peter Connell of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department spots two males plucking a pink flamingo from a hotel on the legendary Las Vegas strip, he detains the childish suspects, who claim they were executing a prank and got "cold feet." More lewd suspects are featured when Officers Mark Cirkosz and Peter Connell of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department arrive at a traffic stop where officers are already questioning the suspicious occupants. After a routine search of the vehicle uncovers 10 cell phones, several pairs of women's shoes, numerous credit cards and a little "black book," these suspects get more than they bargained for on COPS.
Officer Jason Pate of the Fort Meyers, FL, Police Department responds to a call involving a concerned citizen who says he was approached by an armed man claiming to have used his gun in an bank robbery. After Officer Pate locates the suspect during a routine search, the officers find a loaded handgun, drug paraphernalia and two news articles about bank robberies.
Another segment features Officer Jason Hansen of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department, investigating a call involving a suspected drunk driver. A concerned citizen reports that he saw the man driving erratically and followed him as he ran over curbs and eventually crashed into a house.
When Detective Richard Davis Jr. of the Fort Meyers, FL, Police Department coordinates a "buy bust" sting designed to apprehend street-level drug dealers, he uses a taxi as a decoy in hopes of avoiding detection by the streetwise peddlers.
Also featured is Officer Nicholas Farse of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department, responding to a reported stabbing at a nearby apartment complex. At the scene, the officer immediately detains a female resident and the male complainant tells the officer that she threatened his life and then stabbed him with a pair of scissors.
When Officer John Smaistrla of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department investigates a distress call from a nearby apartment complex, he attempts to detain an uncooperative male and as the suspect walks away, a minor scuffle breaks out and the officer must wrestle the man to the ground and cuff him.
Another segment features Deputy Robert Smith of the Lee County, FL, Sheriff's Office responding to a complaint from a woman regarding a group of male juveniles playing ball near her house. When the officers arrive at the scene, the boys claim that the woman cursed at them, while the woman tells the officer that she wants the boys to go away because she's afraid they will injure themselves on her property
When Detective Jason Lando of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police investigates suspicious activity in a parking lot frequented by drug users and prostitutes, the parked driver claims to be waiting for her daughter. As the investigation continues, officers recognize the driver’s daughter as someone they encounter frequently. The shaky young girl is found with drug paraphernalia and the situation becomes very emotional as she is detained in front of her mother. On the other side of the country, Sgt. Tom Jenkins of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department stops a young female behaving suspiciously on the legendary Las Vegas strip. After the female suspect lies to Sgt. Jenkins, she eventually breaks down and admits to working the streets. Another segment features Officer Derek Bishop of the Spokane, WA, Police Department, responding to a call where a female suspect claims to be hitchhiking. Although she was ticketed several weeks before for prostitution, she maintains her innocence. When officers begin to question her credibility, some arresting surprises surface and the suspect attempts to bargain with officers.
When Deputy Michael Ellis of the Lee County, FL, Sheriff’s Office responds to a domestic dispute, he questions a distressed man who claims that he fears for his life because his wife is a belligerent, violent drunk. Officers follow the hurt husband home to question his wife and attempt to resolve a painful and volatile domestic situation. Cameras also capture an undercover drug sting when they follow Detectives Richard Davis and Enrico Doro of the Fort Meyers, FL, Police Department. Detective Davis, posing as a filthy drug addict on a bicycle, cycles several times through a heavy drug-traffic neighborhood, looking to score narcotics.
When Corporal Pete Enderle of the Hamilton County, OH, Sheriff's Office responds to an animal complaint, a lonely and frightened female resident reports a sneaky snake somewhere in her home. Also featured are Officers Chad Mills and Curtis Miller of the Fort Worth, TX, Police Department, responding to a burglary in progress. At the scene, they immediately detain two suspects and one of which regretfully agreed to steal tires for $500 and a six-pack.
From Gwinnett County, GA; Las Vegas, NV; and Travis County, TX.
Stories include a fight in progress call; a family dispute; and a car stop reveals a large quantity of marijuana.
Stories are from Atlant; Ga, Pittsburgh, PA; and Travis County, Tx.
Officers respond to a gun shot call; a backpack full of drugs is found during the arrest of suspects in an area known for heroin deals; and three men are caught smoking marijuana in a car.
While on routine patrol, Officer Peter Connell of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department observes a female pedestrian allowing a male stranger to kiss and fondle her in public. When the officer questions the couple about their conduct, the inebriated woman becomes annoyed and alleges that the officer is harassing them. Another heated segment features Officer Ryan Cook of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department spotting a woman brushing a man off before he gets in his car. Concerned for the woman's safety, the officer stops the vehicle and questions the occupants. Upon questioning, the uneasy driver tells the officer that he got into a fight with his girlfriend because she believes that he's a "loser." Meanwhile, the woman confirms her boyfriend's account and allows the officer to search the vehicle, where he finds several open containers and roach clips.
From Gwinnett County, GA; Las Vegas, NV; and Travis County, TX.
A police helicopter helps catch a fleeing suspect; officers are called to roommates fighting; and a park ranger calls officers about a drunk man in a park.
When Officer Ken Witt of the Santa Ana, CA, Police Department receives instruction from Range Master Dan Dolan on the use of a firearm, he encounters a young male in the neighborhood known for gang and narcotics-related activities. After questioning the suspect, Officer Witt and other officers discover a cocked gun and bullets in the young man's pockets.
Also featured is a Las Vegas lovers' quarrel. Officer Ryan Cook of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department witnesses a male with a bicycle aggressively grabbing a woman. Upon questioning them, he learns the man is upset because his girlfriend was with someone else. The suspect, currently living with the female victim, is also friends with her husband, who has no knowledge of the affair between his friend and his wife.
When Det. Joe Lewis and Sgt. Jason Snyder of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police stop a vehicle, the driver immediately speeds off and a chase ensues. Once apprehended, the suspect tells the undercover officers he was afraid of being sent to jail for having a small amount of “weed” in his pocket. However, as the investigation continues, we learn that the suspect has been convicted of a felony.
Another segment features Officers Derrick Pendergrass and Zach Fuller of the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department stopping a vehicle for having tags that don’t match the car they are allegedly registered to, and for failure to maintain lanes. The driver appears very nervous and immediately hands the officers an empty plastic bag. This intoxicated suspect admits that beer somehow spilled in the front seat of his car
When Officer Andrew Clarke of the West Palm Beach, FL, Police Department, responds to a "hit" from a remotely activated LO-JACK stolen vehicle recovery transponder, officers locate the reportedly stolen truck.
Also featured is Officer William Hutchinson of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department spotting a convertible sports car being driven erratically and exceeding the posted speed limit. The male driver explains that he was driving fast to avoid other motorists who he claims were driving poorly. The suspect appears to be intoxicated and after failing field sobriety tests, he heads to jail when breathalyzer records reveal he is indeed intoxicated – over three times the legal limit.
When Officer Alan Edwards and K-9 Officer Craig Hamilton of the Spokane, WA, Police Department respond to a call regarding a male who has been eluding police and burglarizing homes, the suspect is initially found hiding on the roof of a dwelling. When the suspect scrambles around, there is a short negotiation after officers announce they have a police dog.
Another segment features Officers Michael Joiner and Kevin Trussell of the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department as they respond to a call from a woman who wants to know if her husband is manufacturing meth in their home.
Detectives Tony Moreno and Brian Nicholas of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police approach two individuals they suspect are involved in an illegal "hand to hand" drug transaction. When a suspect turns and attempts to dispose of a handgun, the detectives arrest both individuals without any hesitation. After it is discovered that the detained suspect's mouth is filled with crack, he dramatically laments his situation, calling himself a "loser."
In a disturbing and shocking segment, Officers Jack Carson and Sally Jones of the Anchorage, AK, Police Department respond to bizarre call about a male suspect attempting to sell or trade a juvenile female for crack cocaine.
When Officers Jeremy Daniel and Jerry Anderson of the Spokane, WA, Police Department respond to a call about a male suspect, armed with a knife, who is apparently on drugs and has threatened to kill at least one person, they are forced to have a physical altercation with the enraged man.
The episode also features Officer Darrell Evans of the Anchorage, AK, Police Department investigating a report of two men who earlier assaulted a male victim and told their dog to attack.
Officer Mike Goodwin of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department detains an uncooperative man who has active warrants. Meanwhile, the suspect hands off a speed pipe to a female acquaintance. Another segment follows Detectives Bill Dowdy and Chris Conrad of the Martin County, FL, Sheriff's Office pulling over a suspicious vehicle after the driver makes an illegal turn. While the occupants are questioned, a nude and hysterical passenger is arrested for heroin and drug paraphernalia found in her purse and in the vehicle.
Officer Derrick Pendergrass of the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department responds to a call where a bleeding woman has passed out on the sidewalk. At the scene, it becomes obvious that the woman is extremely intoxicated and cannot recall anything. When the woman refuses to sit still, she attempts to bite Officer Pendergrass.
In another segment, when Deputy Heather Savage of the Martin County, FL, Sheriff's Office spots a woman walking down a strip of highway known for heavy drug and prostitution activity, she stops her for questioning. The woman claims that although she has been arrested in the past for prostitution-related crimes, she was only on the way to cash her welfare check. A routine search of the woman's possessions turns up crack cocaine, and after being detained, the woman reveals that she has a crack pipe in the crotch of her underpants.
The 650th episode of COPS featuring stories from Chattanooga, TN; Pittsburgh, PA; and Spokane, WA.
The driver of a car gets tasered after a high speed chase; during a car search, the occupants attempt to hide drug needles in their anuses; and a naked man is arrested trying to take a bath in a house he broke into.
Officer William Hutchinson of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department joins a high-speed chase that ends abruptly when the driver crashes into a fence. As the chase concludes, a naked male driver jumps the fence and takes off on foot while officers question a tearful female passenger with torn clothes. The driver is quickly apprehended and brought back to the scene in a police car, where the investigation proceeds.
Also featured from the Palm Springs Police Department is Officer William Hutchinson, checking out a vehicle parked outside an apartment complex. As Hutchinson approaches the car, he observes two men seated inside. When the driver opens his door, a cloud of marijuana smoke begins to billow out, prompting the officer to remove the men from the car.
After Sgt. Jason Snyder and Detective Phil Mecurio of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police notice a bulge in the pants of two males, a foot chase ensues and eventually Sgt. Snyder discovers the bulge is a gun, which the suspect claims is for protection.
Another segment features Deputy Jason Howard of the Martin County, FL, Sheriff's Office, responding to a call where a man reported that a woman was causing a disturbance at his private residence and refused to leave. Although the complainant manages to utter that she tore down part of his fence, she is inebriated and incoherent and denies any wrongdoing.
After Det. Phillip Mercurio and Sgt. Jason Snyder of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police attempt to pull over a dark colored Aurora for a minor traffic violation, a chase ensues and one of the suspects begins dupming narcotics and what appears to be a hand gun out of the window. After a moment, the brief chase comes to a sudden stop, and the detectives find out what was really thrown out of the window.
When Corporal Jim Muzatko of the Spokane, WA, Police Department engages in a high-speed pursuit of a stolen truck, the desperate driver turns onto a deserted dirt road and the officer executes the "pit maneuver" to stop the pursuit. Also featured is Officer William Hutchinson of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department, patrolling an area known for a high volume of prostitution and drug activity. He notices a parked car where three males, two of them dressed in full drag, are questioned.
When Officer William Hutchinson of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department responds to a call regarding a man who allegedly attempted to steal a truck in the parking lot of a strip mall, the hostile suspect tells police that he had been drinking and believed he was in his own vehicle.
Another segment features Officer Mike Reddy and Officer Jerry Kabala of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police, pulling over a vehicle after it is seen leaving a lot frequented by heroin users. The female driver and male passenger tell the officers they were just looking for the driver's mother. An investigation reveals a different story.
From Palm Springs, California, stories include a high speed car chase with a naked male; a man smoking pot in a car; and a burglary in progress call.
COPS from Palm Springs, CA.; Chattanooga, TN; and Palm Beach County, FL.
This episode features a deputy who pulls over a vehicle after which the driver runs and is tazered; a female bicyclist runs a stop sign and is stopped and after a search, drugs are found; and a man is arrested on a warrant for suspicion of sexual battery.
COPS from Palm Beach County, Florida; Riverside County, CA; and Martin County, Florida.
Stories include a vehicle stop that connects up to a major traffic accident which involved a bicyclist, and police respond to a domestic violence call.
COPS: From Palm Beach Florida and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
This episode's stories include an intoxicated man and three deputies; and a high speed chase in Pittsburgh.
COPS from Palm Beach County, Florida; Palm Springs, California; and Pittsburgh.
This episode's stories include an intoxicated man disrupts a fast food store; a car stop leads to an arrest for drug possession; and a car and foot pursuit ends with an arrest for an outstanding warrant.
COPS: From Riverside California and Palm Beach Florida
This week's episodes include a suspect flees on foot; a father who demands his daughter's arrest; and three parolees are arrested after fleeing from police.
COPS from Palm Springs, CA; Okaloosa County, Florida; and Atlanta, GA.
This episode's stories include an officer who pursues a bicyclist who ignores orders to stop; an officer attempts to thwart a drug deal; and a man is arrested for drug possesion.
COPS from Florida.
This episode's stories include a Brevard County, Fl., sheriff's deputy chases suspects on foot after a car chase; a West Palm Beach, Fl. officer stops a vehicle that appears to have been stolen; and a Palm Beach County, Fl deputy investigates a parked vehicle with window damage that ends up stolen, with the thief still in the car.
A Police Chase special from COPS.
This episode's stories include a Brevard County, Fl., sheriff deputy chases a suspect on foot; a Spokane PD officer is flagged down after a robbery; and a Palm Springs PD officer engages in a high-speed pursuit through business and residential areas following a stolen vehicle.
COPS from Brevard and Hillsborough Counties, Florida; and Las Vegas, NV.
This episode's stories feature women acting badly and include a car stop which leads to a young woman getting arrested for drug possession; a car stop leads to an arrest for a warrant; and a woman is pulled over for illegal lighting on her car and it's discovered that they are hookers.
COPS from Broward County and Palm Beach County, Florida; and Palm Springs, California.
This episode's stories feature a suspect fleeing the police who runs into a small lake causing a group of police officers to retrieve him; a car stop results in two arrests due to drugs; and police attempt to question a restaurant patron who is acting strange.
COPS: rom Wichita, Kansas; Brevard County, Florida; and West Palm Beach, Florida.
This episode's stories include a bondsman who needs police assistance when trying to revoke a man's bond; a mother scolds her son after he tries to eat a bag of pot following a car stop; and a woman driving erratically is stopped and arrested after officers find out she has an outstanding warrant.
COPS from Las Vegas, Nevada and Chattanooga, TN.
This episode's stories feature an officer needs assistance call; a transexual is arrested for drug use; and a person is suspected of committing prostitution.
COPS from Fontana, CA; Hamilton County, OH; and Brevard County, FL.
This episode's stories feature a high speed chase of a motorcyclist; a routine car stop exposes a stash of drugs in an unusual place; and a domestic argument between a common law couple.
COPS from the states of Kansas, Ohio and Florida.
Episode stories include an assault call which turns into a car pursuit and then a foot chase; a known drug dealer is stopped and then found with drugs stashed up his rear end and lots of money hidden in his car; and a youth shouts obscenities at police officers who stopped a car outside a bar.
COPS from Riverside County, CA; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Wichita, Kansas.
This episode's stories feature a gun that is spotted during a routine vehicle stop which results in a call for help; a domestic dispute in a trailer park; and police get a call about fresh graffiti and spot a man with paint on his hands nearby.
COPS in Fontana, CA; Wichita, KS; and Covington, Kentucky.
Stories include a high speed pursuit ending in a K-9 capture; a he-said, she-said domestic dispute call; and an ex-girlfriend sprays her former lover with mace.
COPS from Brevard County, FL and Palm Beach County, FL.
This episode's stories include: A man tries to swallow a rock of crack cocaine after a car stop; a suspicious vehicle yields a large amount of crack with a driver who has a long list of drug related crimes; and a woman tries to lie her way out of a ticket by giving false information.
COPS featuring Tough Takedowns, from Las Vegas, Boise, and Chatanooga.
This edition's episode include a little person who is begging for money in traffic; a domestic situation between a woman and a man arrested earlier in the evening; and a traffic stop which reveals a man who has placed a crack rock in his mouth, then swallows it, putting his life in serious jeopardy.
COPS from Palm Springs, Brevard County, and Cincinnati.
This episode's stories concentrate on people not telling the truth and include a man who takes officers through a foot pursuit and has to be tazered; a woman who has never been arrested gets pulled over because her music is too loud, only to reveal a large amount of pot; and a disturbance calls leads to an arrest after a large amount of drugs are found.
COPS from Las Vegas, Boise, and Palm Springs.
This week's stories include a man with warrants tries to run away from the police, only to be stopped by a tree; a hit and run turns out to be a misunderstanding; and two child predators are arrested in a sting operation.
COPS from Las Vegas, Fontana and Boise.
Stories in this episode include a little person entertainer on the Las Vegas strips gets detained for soliciting for money; a Lo-Jack signal leads to two stolen vehicles and other parts; and a five year old boy gets away from his mother and police find him and return him to his parents.
COPS in Boston, Las Vegas and Boise.
This episode's stories include shots in the hood resulting in a foot chase and arrest; a domestic call reveals a woman with $9000.00 worth of outstanding warrants; and a truck full of women leads to a hysterical confrontation.
COPS, this wee from Las Vegas and Boise.
This episode's stories include a car burglary in progress; a battery call; and a domestic disturbance.
COPS from Boston, Lowell and Palm Springs.
This episode's stories include an arrest for cocaine possession in a known gang area; bottles are thrown from a van leading to an arrest; and a man is arrested for attempting to contact a 13 year old girl to have sex.
Police pullovers from Fontana, Brevard and Palm Springs.
This episode's stories include a high speed chase of a vehicle that runs a red light; a parked vehicle takes off resulting in a pursuit; and a battery suspect is pulled over and tries to swallow a bag of pot.
Police pull overs from Cincinnati, Fontana and Las Vegas.
This episode's stories include a suspicious vehicle yields a gun; the occupants of a parked car are arrested; and a girl in a bikini is pulled over, driving with a suspended license.
COPS and high crimes from Cincinnati, Brevard County and Palm Springs.
This episode's stories include a car stop which results in arrests for outstanding warrants and resisting arrest; a suspicious vehicle investigation results in arrests for possession and obstruction; and a tip results in a possession charge at a motel.
COPS from Ohio.
This episode's stories include a drunk driver bails into a foot pursuit; a domestic dispute results in arrests for possession; and a special drug unit observes a drug transaction in progress.
COPS from Las Vegas, Boise and Brevard County, Florida.
This week's stories include two men in a stolen vehicle in a foot pursuit, an ex-husband is arrested for stalking, and a man is arrested for possession.
COPS, from Brevard County, Florida, Las Vegas and Boston.
This week's stories include a burglar gets arrested at a mall, a domestic results in an arrest, and a stopped van has drugs and a fire arm.
A little person is detained in Las Vegas for soliciting on the Strip; Fontana Police Officers locate several stolen vehicles after getting a lo-jack hit; Boise Officers reunite a wandering little boy with his frantic parents.
Hillsborough County Deputies chase a driver into a ditch; Las Vegas Police Officers sort out a fight between two new parents; an intoxicated woman gets confrontational with Las Vegas Metro Officers as they arrest her boyfriend.
A Las Vegas officer pursues a suspected drunken driver at high speeds; a Covington, Ky., officer makes a traffic stop and questions the driver about a suspicious smell coming from the vehicle.
COPS, from Cincinnati, Las Vegas, and Hillsborough County, Florida.
This episode's stories include an officer who chases a suspect on foot after a traffic stop; and an officer who deals with a rowdy group of people.
A Wichita officer apprehends three suspects after a chase; a Lowell, Mass., officer arrests a motorcyclist.
COPS, from Pittsburg, Tampa and Las Vegas.
This episode's stories include a violent domestic dispute; a stolen car that was recovered; and a narcotics detail turns into a car chase.
COPS starts it 20th season with stories from Kansas City Missouri, Lee County, Florida and Rialto, California.
Stories include a stolen vehicle pursuit involving shots fired; a domestic violence call involving drugs; and a man with windshield glass sticking out of his head, denying he was in a nearby car accident.
Part two of the COPS 20th season premiere continues with stories from Pittsburg; Brevard Country, Florida; and Rialto, California.
Stories include K-9 and other officers in the assist of the arrest of a known narcotics user seen with a gun; a woman with a suspended license is stopped and arrested for DUI; and the robbery of a restaurant leads to a trailer park and the arrest of suspects.
COPS from Rialto, California; Brevard and Lee counties in Florida.
Stories include a naive young man who buys drugs; a woman is arrested for domestic violence though it was she who called the police; and a minor is arrested for gun possession.
COPS from Brevard County, Florida; Lee County, Florida; and Rialto, California.
This episodes stories include a Brevard Deputy whom gets in a foot chase after a car stop; a Lee County Sheriff's deputy stops a juvenile driving a golf cart down the road; and a Rialto PD officer assists convenience-store employees who have been assaulted after several men try to steal beer.
This one-hour special will feature classic COPS car chases, super-inebriated suspects, sizzling Tasers, disheartening domestics, problematic perps and gutsy officers from coast to coast.
Highlights include: Officers in Fresno, CA, question a stony suspect claiming he’s not driving under the influence despite the joint visibly tucked behind his ear.
In Albuquerque, NM, a male cross-dresser wearing a leopard one-piece is questioned.
In Buffalo, NY, officers wrestle with a massive and hungry python hiding inside a residence.
A suspect in Kansas City, MO, is so intoxicated when gets out from behind the wheel, he stumbles and lands a painful face plant.
In a heroic rescue in Passaic County, NJ, officers save a man from danger in a raging river.
A Brevard County, Fla., officer pursues a drug suspect who attempts to flee on foot during a traffic stop; a Riverside County, Cal., deputy responds to a domestic-disturbance call. searching for a suspect hiding in a yard; and Las Vegas Metro Officers sort out a domestic violence incident.
COPS from Las Vegas, Lee County and Rialto.
This week's stories include Las Vegas officers who wrestle a fleeing suspect on the Las Vegas Strip; a Lee County Deputy visits a house known for it's drug activity; and Rialto Police Officers are called to a burglary in progress at an apartment complex.
COPS from California and Florida.
This weeks episode includes Rialto Police chasing a suspect that eventually crashes into oncoming traffic; Hillsborough County Deputies capture a suspect that fled into the woods; and Fresno Police respond to a home invasion in progress.
COPS Coast To Coast, featuring their 700th episode.
This week's stories include Rialto Police chasing a stolen vehicle; Brevard County Sheriff's Deputies find a shotgun during a traffic stop; and a Sergeant in Lee County watches two suspects toss dope out of a car window during a traffic stop.
COPS from Indio PD, Rialto PD and Las Vegas Metro.
This week's episode includes the pursuit of a stolen vehicle which becomes a foot pursuit; a vehicle with no plates is pulled over only to reveal lots of drugs in the backseat; and a car stop for questionable driving is the scene for another accident that happens at the same place.
COPS from Rialto, Brevard County and Pittsburg.
This week's stories include a stolen car takes off from a Detective, only to suddenly stop causing the officer to hit him; a routine patrol in a high drug area yields a man with a crack pipe; and a man is tazed, revealing bags of heroin in his pockets.
COPS Coast To Coast from Sacramento, Las Vegas and Brevard County.
This episode's stories include a search warrant served becomes a K-9 search; a car stop turns up a couple wanted on multiple warrants; and an erratic driver is pulled over and becomes combatant with officers.
COPS Coast To Coast from Portland, Las Vegas and Leon County, Florida.
This week's episode includes a man in a stolen car hiding from officers; another man flees police and hides in the bushes; and brothers in Florida duke it out.
COPS Coast To Coast from Kansas City, Mo; Rialto, Ca; and Las Vegas, Nv.
This week's stories include officers who confront a group of shirtless men hanging around in a known drug area; police engage in a foot pursuit of a man who tossed a bag of drugs when confronted; and patrolmen in Las Vegas head to the Mirage Resort, where they find a man who has stolen change from the fountain...twice in the same night.
COPS Coast to Coast in California and Kansas.
This weeks stories include a suspect who rams a police car during a chase in Rialto and is tased; officers in Kansas City respond to a violent argument between roommates; and a desperate man in Sacramento attempts to elude officers
COPS from Pamona, Lansing, and Las Vegas.
This week's stories include a car chase involving a police chief and a parole; a suspicious vehicle is spotted in a park after dark and the occupants can't identify themselves; and a man is questioned and a search reveals his wallet, and someone else's.
COPS from Spokane, Rialto and Palm Beach County, Florida.
This weeks stories include the pursuit of a stolen truck leads to a police vehicle catching fire; copper thieves are apprehended after being spotted on security cameras; and a burglary suspect is spike stripped and the car comes to a crashing stop.
COPS Coast To Coast from Portland, Spokane and Leon County.
This week's stories include: a drug dealer who just got out of jail is arrested for drug sales; an officer is assisted by neighbors in detaining a prowler who has an outstanding warrant; and a Deputy spots a stolen vehicle and with a K-9 unit, locates the suspect who bailed into the woods.
COPS Coast To Coast from Riverside County, Ca; Las Vegas, Nv; and Pomona, Ca.
This week's stories include a woman with a felony warrant resists arrest; a prostitute steals a john's truck; and a transvestite with an outstanding warrant is arrested while in possession of a stolen car.
Uncooperative drug suspects are apprehended by officers in Las Vegas, NV., Kansas City, MO. and Rialto, CA.
Officers give chase to a homicide suspect in Kansas City, Mo. The police in Rialto, CA., take charge in a domestic violence case. Plus, an intoxicated driver in Sacramento, CA., is pursued by a K-9 unit.
From Rialto, CA, An intoxicated suspect is chased by officers on foot. In Las Vegas, a car thief is chased by police through a casino parking lot. And, officers are summoned to a domestic dispute in Wichita, KS.
The officers of Leon County, FL., make a DUI bust; the street crime unit of Portland, OR., stop a drug deal in a city park, and a fight is broken up by the officers of Cincinnati.
An elderly parolee engages the officers in a high speed chase in Kansas City, two transsexuals cause Las Vegas cops to break up a fight, and a stolen car is involved in an accident in Rialto, Cal.
A response to a shooting at a hotel ends with a high speed car chase in Las Vegas. The Spokane police department are called in for an assault with a baseball bat. An informant flags a vehicle as a carrier for drugs, which is spotted and stopped by the Portland Police Bureau.
The Las Vegas Metro Police assist in a high speed pursuit for a stolen vehicle by dropping down spike strips to deflate the suspects tires. The Leon County Sheriff’s Office investigate a parked vehicle with a man and women inside, in an area which has been burglarized recently. Then, the Lansing Police Department make a return trip to a home with known domestic disputes have occurred, finding that a man has beaten two children belonging to his girlfriend's sister.
Officers in Kansas City, MO. respond to a "shots fired" call. In Las Vegas, police officers are called for a domestic dispute which involves the possession and retrieval of a bed. In Portland, OR. a K-9 unit is called in to sniff out possible drug possession inside a vehicle.
A man suspected of armed robbery is arrested by the officers in Las Vegas. Then, a man is questioned by the Brevard County, FL. officers after being caught stealing a security camera. Lastly, officers of the Kansas City police force converge on a home known for meth trafficking.
A routine vehicle stop by the Portland Police Bureau finds a bag of Ecstasy pills on the front seat. The stories from the driver and passenger differ on how they obtained the pills. Then, a call to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has them investigating a stabbing at an apartment complex, and that the assailant may be hiding in the laundry room. Lastly, a foot pursuit occurs with the K9 unit of the Sacramento Police Department after a car is reported missing.
The officers of the Portland Police Bureau apprehend a female who appears to be selling crack as she tries swallowing the evidence. Next, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office makes a routine traffic stop which uncovers possible stolen items inside the vehicle, which the female driver quickly blames the male passenger for the theft. Lastly, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department investigates a shooting at a tattoo parlor in which a 24 year old male claims a Latino gang attempted to shoot him in the head.
Officers in Portland, WA. are called out for a hit-and-run accident, in which a K-9 crew searches down the suspect. A car crash occurs in Las Vegas while a policeman is questioning a bicyclist, who flees the scene after the accident. The driver of a suspicious vehicle is questioned by deputies in Leon County, FL. which uncovers an unexpected discovery.
An officer of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and a K-9 unit search for an armed robbery suspect who had taken cover in the woods. Then, an officer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is called to a women's residence where she has received calls from her ex-boyfriend saying he is waiting inside for her with a shotgun. Lastly, a detective of the Rialto Police Department responds to a call of a man selling drugs from a truck.
An officer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is dispatched to a call for a stolen truck. As he catches up with the missing vehicle he discovers that the victim of the crime and his brother are also in pursuit and have crashed into the thief. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office are suspicious of a vehicle with tinted windows in a parking lot. An investigation reveals a smell of marijuana, but a further search uncovers more drugs. Once again, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is summoned for a stolen vehicle, which results in a foot chase. The suspect claims the whole thing was just a joke on the car owner.
A Martin County Sheriff's Deputy apprehend a pair of suspects who are seen running from a flea market which has been burglarized many times before. Then, a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer makes a routine traffic stop where the driver ends up being a ex-felon who is in possession of drugs and a gun. Lastly, a Palm Beach County Sheriff Officer discovers drugs and paraphernalia inside a car during a traffic stop, in which the driver had lied about ever having been arrested before.
The K-9 unit of the Pomona Police Department are called in to investigate a break in at a taco stand which has a broken window and a damaged cash register. Almost immediately a suspect is located and claims he was just looking for beer. Next, a vehicle is stopped by a Martin County Sheriff’s Officer after noticing a broken tail light and discovers the driver has no license and has prescription drugs hidden in the glove box. His female passenger is pregnant and complaining of a pain in her leg. The officer allows her to head to the hospital in a friends car. Further investigation unveils that the drug bottle has a worn off label, leading to an admission from the driver that he crushes the pills and snorts them. Lastly, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Vice Unit head to a possible drug house. The landlord is upset that the tenants that she had helped would be selling drugs from her building. An investigation uncovers that they are awaiting a delivery of new drugs from their contact.
A traffic stop by a Palm Beach County Sheriffs Deputy turns into a foot race when the driver dashes off for a few blocks, tossing crack along the way. Then, a suspicious vehicle roaming a bad area four times raises the attention of a Rialto Police Officer. A search of the man's vehicle reveals that not only has he been drinking, but has packs of marijuana which seem to be ready for sale. Next, a Riverside County Sheriff Deputy responds to a call of a suicidal man. Upon arrival a man is seen sitting in his truck holding a knife. Once cuffed, the suspect claims he was only looking for attention.
The beginning of season 21 finds the series back where it began, with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. First up, the officers chase down a hit and run driver. A long run ends with a ramming, followed by an investigation of the vehicle which uncovers a machete. Next, a known drug area finds a man on a bicycle who tries to flee. A search reveals cocaine on a man who is on probation. Lastly, officers are responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle near a business. The driver begins to flee as officers arrive. An investigation uncovers a bleary-eyed man behind the wheel who claims to be sleeping, yet a bag of white powder gives the officers another idea.
Palm Beach County Sheriff's witness a speeding car in a drug infested area. Having stopped them in a pursuit, the driver angrily exits his vehicle to ask why he was stopped. He jumps back in his car and speeds off beginning a new chase in which a passenger bails out. The female is the drivers boyfriend which is only discovered after a long inquiry. She reveals he has a vial of crack inside the car. Next, a Spokane Police officer is called to a possible domestic call on the street. Looking up and down the road the officers discover a man standing under a tree in which a female is up in the tree. They find out that the woman often climbs the tree when upset with family problems. Then, a Rialto Police officer spots a drug transaction taking place. The men claim they are construction workers headed to purchase supplies, but a bag of crack on the floor has the officer in doubt.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff Officers vice unit have set up a sting operation, using a pair of undercover officers in a pickup truck as buyers. The first seller takes the officers straight to a drug house to sell their crack. The suspect is quickly arrested after lighting up his crack on the way home. The second deal happens when a young man offers to sell the officers crack and asks them to join him for a smoke behind a gas station. Then, an officer in Las Vegas is summoned when a restaurant claims a man refused to pay his $400 bill. He is trapped by the manager and a waiter. The suspect first claims his friend paid the tab and then changes his story and says he paid the bill himself. The man is arrested when it's discovered he has warrants and now can add the unpaid bill to the charges. Lastly, an officer in Palm Beach has stopped a car for a tint violation. Lowering his window, a cloud of marijuana smoke billows out from the car and a small amount of crack and cocaine is also discovered.
A pair of Broward County Sheriff's pat down a couple of guys who are hanging out in front of a store. One man becomes agitated and pulls away as drug paraphernalia is discovered on him and are forced to subdue him with a taser. Then, as a North Las Vegas Police officer arrives for a call concerning a fight between two men, the suspects flee in opposite directions. One officer misses with a taser shot, but the suspect gives up anyways. The other officer has also subdued him man. Lastly, a Rancho Cucamonga Police deputy chases a car which looses control. The passenger explains that the driver is his boyfriend and they were arguing inside the car about infidelities, which was the cause of the erratic driving.
A North Las Vegas Police officer is sent to a home in which they have visited before for domestic disturbance. The crowd outside the home inform the officer that a man is beating up his wife. The man is tackled and taken into custody, admitting the fight was caused by rent issues. Then, a Broward County Sheriff's detective takes part in stopping a vehicle believed to have been involved in a drug deal. The woman inside the car has a gun and half a pound of marijuana in her purse. Lastly, a Pomona Police officer rolls up to a home where several windows have been smashed. The victim states that the female passenger from his vehicle smashed the windows in his truck with a pipe. She claims to have had racial slurs thrown at her.
An informant has the Broward Sheriff’s deputies tracking down a male suspect believed to be selling drugs. Rancho Cucamonga Police officers are sent to a bank robbery and the suspects have unknowingly left behind enough clues to locate them. A call regarding domestic abuse sends the San Diego County Sheriff's officers to a familiar home.
A group of suspect run off when a pair of Broward County Sheriff Deputies spot a bunch of people gambling. Next, a San Diego County Sheriff Deputy stops a vehicle which was involved in a burglary in the previous week. Then, a pair of Rancho Cucamonga Police Deputies assist on a traffic stop. A routine stop becomes a full arrest when the information for the vehicle doesn't match that given by the driver.
A Rancho Cucamonga Police Officer responds to a call in which a man is shooting his gun off in his yard. Next, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is sent to a domestic call for a lover's quarrel. Lastly, a San Diego County Sheriff’s Deputy responds to a 'code cover' call to help detain an armed subject.
A North Las Vegas Police Officer is called to assist when another officer captures a suspect wanted for a hit and run which occurred earlier in the day. Next, a Rancho Cucamonga Police Officer responds to a domestic call in which the intoxicated husband has fled the residence on foot. Lastly, the North Las Vegas Police Department is needed when a domestic call is received.
A routine vehicle stop by a Broward County Sheriff Officer ends up a bit more complicated after the driver dumps some evidence. Next, a North Las Vegas Police Officer responds to a domestic call which turns out to involve a love triangle. Lastly, a San Diego County Sheriff Officer stops a vehicle which had expired tags and receives a bunch of lies as excuses.
A Rancho Cucamonga Police Officer responds to a shoplifting call at the mall, and wind up finding a suspicious substance on the suspect. Then, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is called to an apartment where shots are being fired and discover overwhelming but questionable evidence at the scene. Lastly, a Broward County Sheriff pulls over a car which is showing erratic driving by the operator.
A pair of Broward County Sheriff Officer's are summoned to a residence to take down an ecstasy dealer. Then, a Pomona Police Officer is dispatched to an incomplete 911 call which ends up involving a domestic violence situation. Later, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is called in to a disturbance at a bus stop which involves a married couple.
An officer in Minneapolis sets up the groundwork for a prostitution sting, and in the process pick up a number of working women. Then, a County Sheriff's Officer spots two men and women milling around at a truck stop. Lastly, a Snohomish County Sheriff's Officer is called in to a disturbance at a pub.
A Houston Police Officer are signaled to join a chase for a car which was involved in a homicide and refuses to stop. Then, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is called in for a domestic call with violence. Lastly, a San Bernardino County Sheriff's Deputy stops a pair of young males who seem to be loitering in a parking lot.
A Harris County Sheriff's deputy chases down a flatbed truck which is overloaded with golf carts. Then, a North Las Vegas Police officer spots a mini van driving around a parking lot with it's lights shut down. Lastly, a Rialto Police officer pulls up after seeing a collision between an SUV and a semi truck.
A Rialto Police Officer chases down a man who is using his wife's car as a battering ram in knocking a car off the road. Then, a Harris County Sheriff's Officer is dispatched to check a car which is believed to be containing a rifle aboard. Lastly, the Rancho Cucamonga Police Deputies check out a man and his parked car in a neighborhood which is not his.
A Harris County Sheriff's Officer track down a driver who is wanted for his part in a family disturbance earlier in the day. Then, a San Bernardino County Sheriff's Deputy is called to handle a disturbance in a home. Lastly, a North Las Vegas Police Officer responds to a theft in progress at a video rental store.
The officers in Harris County, TX. respond to a call for a suspicious person, which turns into a narcotics possession case. Then, a call in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. stop a motorcyclist on a DUI charge. San Diego, CA. deputies investigate a grocery store shoplifting.
The Broward County Sheriff officer's work an undercover drug sting at a home with known drug activity. Then, a Harris County Sheriff's officer is called into a trailer park for a disturbance. Lastly, a Rancho Cucamonga Police deputies are called to stop a man on a bicycle who appears to be under the influence of drugs.
The officers in Sacramento stop a stolen vehicle, but those inside have no knowledge of it being stolen. A call for a suspicious person walking around, ends with a man lurking about an alleyway in Minneapolis. Lastly, the deputies of Rancho Cucamonga, California, takes in a woman who hides her identity yet admits to be under the influence of pot.
Officers in Sacramento pursue a carjacker, which progresses from a car chase to a foot pursuit. A Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputy is called in for a theft in progress. Lastly, Houston Police officers go on a drug sweep.
An officer in Sacramento, CA. stops a driver who hands his passenger his illegal substances. Next, a King County, WA police helicopter is in search for a suspect who has threatened to kill his girlfriend. Lastly, a Florida officer questions a suspect who was caught siphoning gas from a car and was also snorting cocaine.
Texas deputies assist in a felony arrest warrant. Next, Pomona, CA. officers answer a call for a domestic-disturbance when a daughter tells her mother about her Las Vegas wedding. Lastly, police officers in Minnesota break up a fight between two women.
A King County Sheriff's deputy responds to a call for a disturbance at a local eatery. Then, a pair of Minneapolis Police Officers are called for a man assaults a woman and must use a Taser to bring him down. Next, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is called in when a man beats up a woman as she tried to retrieve her mother's possessions.
Officer's from the Minneapolis Police Department go on a high speed chase which ends badly. Next, a Harris County Sheriff's Deputy is dispatched for a family disturbance where a man, possibly holding scissors, is tearing up a trailer. Then, the King County Sheriff's Officers make a traffic stop.
A pair of police dogs give the officers a hand in chasing down a suspect in Sacramento who has fled on foot. Then, a King County Sheriff's deputy stops a vehicle which is found to have the wrong license plates and is in possession of illicit materials. Lastly, a pair of Minneapolis Police officers respond to a call of a man firing off a gun in an alley.
A Las Vegas police officer pulls over a man for a traffic violation and admits to possessing a blunt. Then, officers in Cleveland chase down an assault suspect who may have changed his clothes. Next, a detective in King County, WA, pulls over an emotional suspect who is driving around in an area known for drug sales.
A Sacramento officer spots a vehicle which he believes was connected to an armed robbery. Next, Seattle policemen use a Taser on a known offender who was running towards a crowd with a bottle in his hand. Lastly, the Cleveland officers chase a vehicle containing a suspect who is trying to hide his crack.
In Las Vegas, officers respond to a call about a violent domestic disturbance where a female is screaming and waving around a gun. When a hostage mediator and officers arrive on the scene, a beanbag gun is used to diffuse the situation. In Cleveland, OH, officers respond to a domestic dispute, and an officer in Sacramento, CA, pulls over a suspected stolen vehicle.
Officers in Broward County, FL, chase a suspect into a canal, where he is arrested for grand theft auto and obstruction. In Las Vegas, officers respond to a disturbance call where roommates are being verbally abusive and to an unknown trouble call where three women are alleging assault.
In Pierce County, WA, a deputy makes a routine traffic stop concerning a suspended license and wind up with more than he bargained for when something illegal falls on the ground from inside his pocket. Next, in San Bernadino, CA, deputies are called in for a domestic dispute which began with one of the combatants spitting in the others face. Lastly, the police officers in Las Vegas respond when a boy is bitten by a Pit Bull and a German Shepard.
The Rialto Police officers chase down a motorcyclist after observing him weaving in and out of traffic, and having a missing license plate. Next, a Pierce County Sheriff's Deputy stops a vehicle for a broken light on the license plate, only to discover drugs and broken glass inside the car. Lastly, the Sacramento Police officer's investigate a possible domestic violence case which seems to have started a day earlier.
A pair of Broward County Sheriff's Officers set up a sting to apprehend a drug dealer, but turns into a foot race when the suspect flees. Then, a Hillsborough County Sheriff's Deputy pulls over a vehicle for committing a traffic violation. Lastly, a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer check out a claim that a woman was abused and kidnapped by her boyfriend.
Deputies from the Broward County Sheriff's Office receive a news from the set up by the undercover narcotics unit that a drug deal going down. Next, a Rancho Cucamonga Police officer makes a routine traffic stop which leads to an arrest. Lastly, a Rialto Police officer responds to a domestic abuse call, and are led on a foot pursuit.
A simple broken taillight turns into a possession of drugs charge after a driver is stopped in San Diego. Then, a bloody brawl is broken up in Las Vegas by the police officers.
(5:21 PM, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Downtown Area Command, Assistance Call, Officer Zachary Johnson) Officer Johnson responds to assist the fire department with a physically aggressive man.
(8:49 PM, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, District 3 - Northlake, Disturbance Call, Deputy Sean McMichael) Officer McMichael responds to a disturbance call about a missing dog.
(1:20 AM, San Bernardino County, Victorville Police Department, Suspicious Vehicle, Deputy Vanessa Duardo) Deputy Duardo spots a suspicious vehicle in an alley behind a convenience store which has had recent robberies.
(9:15 PM, san Bernardino County, Hesperia Police Department, Pursuit in Progress, Deputy Lisa Guerra) Deputy Guerra joins the pursuit of a domestic violence suspect.
(7:46 PM, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Convention Center Area Command, Domestic Violence Call, Officer Kirk Guevara) Officer Guevara Responds to a domestic violence call between a man and his girlfriend.
(9:16 PM, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, District 3 - Northlake, Suspicious Vehicle, Deputy Jason Bronson) Deputy Bronson responds to assist on a suspicious vehicle call.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department/Apple Valley Station are summoned to a possible break-in of a home of a recently deceased owner. Next, an officer from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department head to a report of a shooting. Lastly, the deputies from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Department are called in for a fight between two brothers.
A Las Vegas officer is called in to a fast food restaurant for a disturbance call. Next, a Palm Beach Deputy checks the welfare of person inside a parked vehicle. Lastly, a San Bernardino County Deputy responds to a domestic call in which the fight is in the street.
A Bravard County Sheriff's Deputy assists a Corporal in serving a warrant for failure to pay back child support. Then, the Minneapolis Police Dept. sends an officer and an FTO agent to a 'luring,' which means a person has made contact with and followed a minor with possible criminal intent. Lastly, a Victorville deputy believes a speeding driver is attempting to flee from the police.
Officers with Oregon's Portland Police Bureau respond to a call that a 14-year-old girl and an adult male are having sex in a car, only to find that the girl is actually an 18-year-old prostitute. Meanwhile, an officer from Texas' Amarillo Police Department stops a vehicle in which he finds a female prostitute and a male driver in possession of drugs
1 - Houston, Texas - Officer Clint Ponder - Pursuit in progress
2 - North Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer Peter Delalis - Disturbance call
3 - San Bernardino County, California - Deputy John Wilson - Street patrol
1 - Tulsa County, Oklahoma - Deputy Ryan Ayers - Suspicious vehicle
2 - San Bernardino County, California - Deputy Eddie Bachman - Suspicious person
3 - Boynton Beach, Florida - Officer Justin Harris - Traffic stop
1 - Tulsa County, Oklahoma - Sgt. Shane Rhames - Traffic stop.
2 - Fort Myers, Florida - Officer Wolfgang Daniel - Officer assistance call.
3 - San Bernardino County, California - Deputy Troy Mooradian - possible drunk driver
1 - Tulsa County, Oklahoma - Deputy Scott Dean - Pursuit in progress
2 - Palm Beach County, Florida - Corporal Brian Cullen, Deputy Matthew Wood - Suspicious vehicle
3 - Broken Arrow, Oklahoma - Officer Scott Bross - Disturbance call
1 - Houston Texas - Sgt. Matt Richard - Traffic stop / pursuit
2 - Boynton Beach, Florida - Sgt. John Bonafair, Officer Carlos Reinhold - Drug sting x3
3 - Harris County, Texas - Deputy Rex Evans - Traffic accident
1 - Houston Texas - Officer L.V. Powell, Sgt. Matt Richard - Narcotics operation
2 - Palm Beach County, Florida - Sgt. Steven Strivelli, Deputy Justin Rigney, Agent Steve Tzirtziropoulos - Drug sting
3 - Las Vegas, Nevada - FTO William Matchco - Suspicious activity
1 - Houston, Texas - Officer Hans Wagner, Sgt. Mark Bailey - Traffic stop.
2 - Harris County, Texas - FTO George Ellington - Possible drunk driver.
3 - Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer Daniel Swanson, Officer Keith Twigger - Traffic stop.
1 - Harris County, Texas - FTO George Ellington - Traffic stop.
2 - San Bernardino County, California - Deputy Paul Gallant - Suspicious vehicle.
3 - Fort Myers, Florida - Sgt. Victor Medico - Man with a gun call.
1 - Fort Myers, Florida - Officer Wolfgang Daniel - Pursuit in progress.
2 - Harris County, Texas - Deputy Jason Guillen - Unknown trouble call
3 - Lee County, Florida - Deputy Christopher Tice - Fight in progress.
1 - Amarillo, Texas - Officer Billy Jensen - Fight call
2 - Lee County, Florida - Deputy Dave Wharton - Disturbance call
3 - Tulsa County, Oklahoma - Deputy Scott Dean - Suspicious activity
1 - Houston, Texas - Senior Officer Karl Pederson - Robbery call
2 - Palm Beach County, Florida - Deputy John Tatum - Domestic dispute call
3 - Lee County, Florida - Sgt. Joe Barley - Domestic violence call
1 - Houston, Texas - Senior Officer Karl Pederson - Pursuit in progress
2 - Portland, Oregon - Officer Mike Myers - Officer assistance call
3 - Brevard County, Florida - Deputy Kevin Sherrill - Traffic stop
1 - Portland, Oregon - Officer Ryan Reagan, Officer Tony Hill - Suspicious activity
2 - King County, Washington - Deputy Dan Murphy - Suspicious vehicle
3 - Houston, Texas - Senior Officer Karl Pederson - Suspicious vehicle
1 - Amarillo, Texas - Officer Billy Jensen - Fight call
2 - Boynton Beach, Florida - Officer Douglas Gilbert, Officer Stephen Maiorino - Disturbance call
3 - Maricopa County, Arizona - Deputy Jeff Lessard - Traffic stop
1 - Boynton Beach, Florida - Officer Drew Murphy - Armed robbery call
2 - Amarillo, Texas - Officer Devin Cantwell - Harassment call
3 - Portland, Oregon - Officer Ryan Derry, Officer Jason Harris - Suspicious person
1 - Maricopa County, Arizona - Deputy Patrick Arend - Vehicle pursuit in progress
2 - Amarillo, Texas - Sgt. Jerome Godfrey - Possible drunk driver
3 - Portland, Oregon - Officer Jeffrey McDaniel - Pursuit in progress
1 - Amarillo, Texas - Officer Johnny Bermea - Suspicious Activity
2 - Maricopa County, Arizona - Deputy Manny Sanchez - Traffic Stop
3 - Kern County, California - Deputy Jason Colbert - Traffic Stop
1. Houston, Texas - Sgt. Larry Mikel - Possible Drug Activity
2. Amarillo, Texas - Officer Devin Cantwell - Domestic Disturbance Call
3. Houston, Texas - Sgt. Stephen Leatherman - Narcotics Sting operation
1. Amarillo, Texas - Officer James Blandford - Possible Burglary in Progress
2. Portland, Oregon - Officer Robert Bruders - Public Indecency Call
3. Houston, Texas - Officer Arthur Castillo - Burglary Call
1. Portland, Oregon - Officer Andy Polas - Fight Call
2. Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer Jason Vallad - Suspicious Activity
3. Portland, Oregon - Officer Jeff Helfrich - Disturbance Call
1. Boynton Beach, Florida - Officer Charles Turco - Pursuit in Progress
2. Amarillo, Texas - FTO Troy Roberson - Domestic Disturbance Call
3. Portland, Oregon - Sgt Jeff Helfrich - Assault Call
1. San Diego County, California (San Ysidro Port of Entry) - Officer Edward Chavoya - Possible Immigration Violation
2.San Diego County, California (San Ysidro Port of Entry) - Officer Edward Brown - Suspicious Vehicle
3. Miami, Florida (Miami International Airport) - Officer Lester Silva - Customs Check Point
1. Boynton Beach, Florida - Officer Michael Arco - Suspicious Vehicle
2. Boynton Beach, Florida - Officer Jeffrey Williams - Animal Complaint Call
3. Harris County, Texas - Deputy Jason Guillen - Traffic Stop
1. Rio Grande City, Texas - Supervisor Albert Diaz - Narcotics Operation
2. Nogales, Arizona - Officer George Dominguez - Train Inspection
3. Miami, Florida - Officer Stephen Vargas - Customs Check Point
1. Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer Blake Goddard - Fight Call
2. Portland, Oregon - Officer Steven Wilbon - Traffic Stop
3. Lee County, Florida - Corporal Kevin Calderone - Suspicious Activity
1. Amarillo, Texas - Officer Caleb Finsterwald - Fight Call
2. Portland, Oregon - Officer Ryan Reagan - Officer Assistance Call
3. Brevard County, Florida - Deputy Jose Santos - Domestic Violence Call
1. Amarillo, Texas - Officer J.T Hodges - Shots Fired Call
2. Portland, Oregon - Officer Steve Wuthrich - Officer Assistance Call
3. Amarillo, Texas - Officer Steven Kennedy - Family Fight
1. Atlanta, Georgia - Inspector Wayne S. Warren II - Kidnapping
2. Chicago, Illinois - Detective Mark Asmussen - Fugitive Warrant
3. Atlanta, Georgia - Investigator Steve McCullough - Fugutive Warrant
1. Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer William Watt - Disturbance Call
2. NYE County, Nevada - Deputy Heather Trumble - Traffic Stop
3. Amarillo, Texas - Officer Devin Cantwell - Traffic Collision
1. NYE County, Nevada - Deputy Greg Curtin - Suspicious Vehicle
2. Amarillo, Texas - Officer Caleb Sanderson - Possible Drug Activity
3. Hillsborough County, Florida - Corporal Scott Sitton - Shooting Call
1. Pierce County, Washington - Deputy Robert Carpenter - Suicidal Person
2. Hillsborough County, Florida - Deputy James Jackson - Drug Sting Operation
3. Amarillo, Texas - Corporal Brazz Vanover - Hit and Run Call
1. Amarillo, Texas - Officer Craig Putram - Suspicious Activity
2. Hillsborough County, Florida - Deputy Dan Jones - Possible Drug Activity
3. Las Vegas, Nevada - Lt. John Healy - Suspicious Person
1. Pierce County, Washington - Deputy Tony Messineo - Disturbance Call
2. Amarillo, Texas - Corporal Brazz Vanover - Wanted Person
3. Las Vegas, Nevada - Officer Chris Pollock - Officer Assistance Call
1. Sacramento County, California - Deputy Scott Puffer - Vehicle Pursuit
2. Amarillo, Texas - Officer J.T. Hodges - Disturbance Call
3. Palm Beach County, Florida - Deputy Tyrell Patt - Domestic Disturbance Call
1. Sacramento County, California - Deputy Corey Newman - Suspicious Person
2. Amarillo, Texas - FTO Troy Roberson - Assault Call
3. Pierce County, Washington - Deputy Eric Honeycutt - Flagged Down
1. Sacramento County, California - Deputy Orrlando Mayes - Suspicious Person
2. Pierce County, Washington - Deputy Brian Heimann - Assault Call
3. Hillsborough County, Florida - Deputy Joshua Loy - Suspicious Vehicle
1. Pierce County, Washington - Deputy Tony Messineo - Suicidal Threats
2. Cook County, Illinois- Investigator Edward Barksdale - Officer Assistance
3. Hillsborough County, Florida - Deputy Dan Jones - Traffic Stop
1. Sacramento County, California - K-9 Deputy Shaun Hampton - Traffic Stop
2. Pierce County, Washington - Deputy Marty Zurfluh - Domestic Violence Call
3. Cook County, Illinois - Officer Robert Almeida - Juvenile Disturbance Call
In the 24th-season opener, undercover cops are held at gunpoint in Las Vegas. Also: Narcotics and a concealed weapon are found in a car in Tampa; and police in Lafayette, La., check out a suspicious car and make arrests for solicitation and prostitution.
A car pulls away from a known drug house and won't stop for police in Corpus Christi; an undercover cop's work leads to the arrests of two pimps and a prostitute in Las Vegas; an officer in Tampa witnesses a driver make several traffic violations.
In Boynton Beach, Fla., a cop goes undercover as a hit man and is hired by a woman to murder her husband.
Police in Savannah find a recently released convict in possession of marijuana; officers in Sacramento County, Cal., assist in the pursuit of a domestic-violence suspect; a cop in Lafayette, La., pulls over a traffic violator who admits to taking drugs.
Police pursue a shooting suspect with two warrants in Hillsborough County, Fla.; in Corpus Christi, a patrol officer happens upon a woman with a warrant for terroristic threats, while fellow officers catch kids spray painting an electrical box.
In Lafayette, La., a woman claims a man threatened her with a gun, and twin sisters accuse their sibling's boyfriend of choking her; in Hillsborough County, Fla., an officer responds to a hit-and-run accident involving a driver who appeared intoxicated.
A DWI disturbance in Missouri involves claims of assault; drugs are found on a jaywalking offender in Georgia; police respond to a reckless-driving call in Florida and discover the driver stole the car while the owner was changing the car battery.
In Springfield, Mo., drugs are discovered during a routine traffic stop and drug paraphernalia is found on a jittery suspect walking down the street; suspects fleeing a speeding violation in Lafayette, La., are caught and admit to hiding drugs.
Iowa police arrest a driver who possesses marijuana, but does not possess a valid driver's license; a Missouri traffic violator admits to smoking marijuana; a deputy in Florida responds to a call concerning a knife robbery at a cell-phone store.
In Hillsborough County, Fla., police arrest a store patron who pulled a knife on a security guard; and sheriffs respond to a "shots fired" call. Also: Officers in Lafayette, La., stop a reckless driver who has drugs and a baby in his car.
Las Vegas police try to curb prostitution by having a cop pose as a cabbie looking for hookers, while other undercover officers pose as prostitutes; in Texas, a driver caught in a compromising position can't recall the name of his supposed girlfriend.
Spokane police must evict a homeless man from a store's handicapped parking spot and disperse a couple engaging in lewd behavior on a stranger's lawn; officers in Des Moines, Iowa, question a man who may have used a pocket knife to threaten someone.
A high-speed chase in Springfield, Mo., ends with police pulling people out of a burning car; a Spokane officer responds to a lewd-conduct call; a cop breaks up a violent altercation between a father and son in Corpus Christi.
Spokane police chase a suspect by car and then on foot before making an arrest for theft and assault; a sheriff in Hillsborough County, Fla., deals with a domestic-abuse situation involving a BB gun; Corpus Christi police pull over a swerving vehicle.
Two men are hauled in for vandalizing a fence in Des Moines, Iowa; Savannah police go undercover to catch a drug dealer; and a man asks to be arrested while lying naked on the street in Springfield, Mo.
An SUV flips over during a high-speed chase in Springfield, Mo.; a driver tries to eat his supply of marijuana before the police find it in Chattanooga; and a man threatens his wife and infant with a gun in Hillsborough County, Fla.
A suspect runs from a traffic stop in Las Vegas; police in Des Moines, Iowa, hear contradictory stories about a drug-related assault; a prostitution bust escalates in Spokane.
New Orleans police pursue a car with no license plates; a dispute between neighbors in Spokane County, Wash., results in a gun being fired; Las Vegas cops question a suspect about a stolen luxury vehicle and then find drugs on the suspect.
A stolen wallet is found on a suspect in Springfield, Mo.; a man with crack cocaine is arrested in New Orleans; an officer in Corpus Christi must break up a racially charged argument at a bus stop.
In New Orleans, a paranoid man who is high on drugs gets arrested on several charges and a hit-and-run suspect is found with artificial marijuana; in Alameda County, Cal., a large amount of marijuana is found in a vehicle's trunk.
A man runs from police and hides under his child's bed in Alameda County, Cal.; cocaine and marijuana are found in the car of a traffic violator in Chattanooga; two armed men are arrested for assault in Hillsborough County, Fla.
A "shots fired" call leads to a police chase in New Orleans; officers from the Alameda County (Cal.) Sheriff's Office question a couple found with drug paraphernalia; a Corpus Christi police officer questions a man involved in a domestic dispute.
The 25th season kicks off with officers responding to a domestic-disturbance call in Toledo. Also: Sacramento cops work with an animal trainer to contain a feral zebra that's running loose in the city; a disturbance call in Portland, Ore., involves a suspect chasing a man along a highway overpass.
In Portland, Ore., police catch a couple engaging in lewd activity in a car; a prostitution sting is discovered during an undercover investigation in Alameda County, Cal. Also: a confrontation with an underage prostitute in Las Vegas.
In Sacramento, a suspicious character is caught in possession of methamphetamines, and a woman reports that her neighbor stole two marijuana plants from her backyard. Also: Police in Portland, Ore., stop a reckless driver.
In Kansas City, Mo., a suspect in a stolen vehicle abandons the car and takes off into the woods; and a man is taken into custody after being accused of threatening a resident with a gun. Also: A driver with alcohol in his car hits a pedestrian.
A suspect flees Atlanta police, and when they investigate further, they learn that the suspect's vehicle was stolen; in Kansas, police confront two teens carrying concealed weapons; officers from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida find a suspicious amount of prescription pills in a car.
In Newport News, Va., police catch a cyclist carrying a concealed weapon; officers from the Broward County Sheriff's Office in Florida respond to a burglary; a Palm Beach, Fla., man is taken into custody after a domestic-disturbance call.
A Las Vegas woman refuses to pay taxi fare; police in Portland, Ore., investigate a knife fight; a tourist chases after a man who allegedly stole his gold necklace in Broward County, Fla.
Kansas police investigate a car crash and find drugs and a gun in one of the vehicles; a physical fight erupts between two roommates in North Las Vegas; and in Chattanooga, cops stop two men leaving a drug dealer's residence.
Portland, Ore., police chase a suspect who runs from a traffic stop and also pursue a naked bicycle rider; officers respond to a call concerning a man being chased by a knife-wielding suspect.
Alameda County, Cal., police pursue a man who runs when they try to question him; Newport News, Va., officers search a car when drugs are seen inside; Chattanooga, Tenn., cops respond to a domestic disturbance call.
An elderly man crashes his car, escapes on foot and then collapses. Elsewhere, Las Vegas cops find potentially stolen items and crystal meth in a suspect's pocket; and officers from California's Rialto Police Department respond to a domestic disturbance.
Sacramento police officers are witnesses to an unexpected proposal after they haul in a suspect and his girlfriend; a burglary is stopped; and a domestic disturbance is broken up in Amarillo, Texas.
Las Vegas officers question a young woman who appears to be involved in prostitution; Chattanooga cops respond to a physical altercation between a father and his son; officers chase after a suspect who goes on the run.
Cops in Newport News, Va., deal with an unstable suspect; officers in Alameda County, Cal., find a bag of marijuana during a routine traffic stop; a domestic dispute between a man and his stepson is broken up in Las Vegas.
The 25th season ends with officers from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department dealing with an unruly suspect. Also: Toledo patrolmen investigate a fight between two female neighbors; a suspected prostitute is caught on the Vegas strip; and two deputies in Alameda County, Cal., find drugs in a vehicle during a routine traffic stop.
The 25th season ends with officers from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department dealing with an unruly suspect. Also: Toledo patrolmen investigate a fight between two female neighbors; a suspected prostitute is caught on the Vegas strip; and two deputies in Alameda County, Cal., find drugs in a vehicle during a routine traffic stop.
In the Season 26 opener, a suspect flees as officers respond to a fight. Also: a driver refuses to cooperate after being pulled over; a domestic dispute leads to an arrest for marijuana possession.
A police dog is deployed when a burglary suspect takes refuge in a tree; a fleeing suspect seeks shelter in a stranger's house; and a biker found to have a suspended license is uncooperative.
A store transaction-turned-scuffle is investigated; a man is accused of flushing human ashes down the toilet; and a shirtless man disobeys officers.
A bicyclist tries to escape a patrol car; an ugly divorce fuels a gun-toting showdown featuring muscle cars; and an angry dog plays a part in a domestic dispute.
An irate shopper winds up on the receiving end of an electroshock weapon; an incoherent former Marine cannot explain his violent actions; a traffic stop proves to be anything but routine.
A gun-toting man reacts angrily to some parental criticism; a bicyclist tries to outrun an officer and then pretends to be someone else; and officers coax a confession out of a rattled hit-and-run driver.
An officer wrestles a meth user; a sprinter carrying drugs is chased down; a suspect gets angry at having his socks removed.
A chase ends in an accident; an emotional man wants a kiss from police; a cell phone causes a brawl.
A routine traffic stop turns drug bust when cops turn up sizable evidence. A suspicious man in a parked car can’t explain his incriminating texts. Two frequent flyers give officers a hard time in a well-known drug area.
Police give chase after suspects bail from a stolen vehicle; an undercover officer pulls a sting on a prostitute; an anxious woman gets busted for possession of marijuana.
A cyclist gives officers a bloody fight; a scared caregiver tries to evict an unwanted helper; tinfoil lands an unlicensed driver in hot water.
A woman uses a tow service employee's body for batting practice; a man explains his medicinal meth use; a couple tries to convince officers they didn't shoplift.
A driverless vehicle goes into an apartment complex; a suspect isn't fast enough to evade police; officers stumble upon a 7-year-old boy who left home alone.
A fleeing thief runs into a patrolman; an armed-robbery victim gives a colorful overview of surveillance footage; returning tearful children to their mother.
Trying to get a naked man to cooperate; a pickup truck chase with a 14-year-old; loads of dope on routine traffic stop.
Cops are forced to take desperate measures when an unruly suspect won’t stop fighting. Officers have to contain a man looking to flee with crack.
Cops have to determine whether or not a erratic driver is in a stolen vehicle.
Bryce Dion was a 7-year veteran of COPS who was tragically killed during production. Comprised of clips from his work, this tribute episode show his courage and commitment to filming the challenges faced by law enforcement.
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