The officers in this video agreed to be interviewed as they worked to enforce Washington’s cell phone and texting laws.
Plans were to use the footage for a law enforcement roll call video that would reinforce the importance of enforcing these laws.
Unintentionally the video footage also captured some of the difficulties officers and troopers have enforcing these laws and their thoughts about it.
At approx 0100 on Sunday 3-10-19 Officer Jacob Hamblett was attempting to stop a vehicle that made an illegal turn. This was a routine stop for a traffic offense.
A rear passenger ran from the vehicle and shot at Officer Hamblett. Hamblett returned fire. There were no injuries in the case, and after a 7 hour manhunt the suspect was caught.
A suspicious man was stopped by the police for a personal search (wich is normal in brazil if cops find you are up to something) during it he tried to take one of the officers guns and was shot twice in the abdomen. Later on the hospital he was only able to explain that he is in brazil for a few months, coming from syria. His condition is dangerous but stable.
This 3/11 incident began around 9:30 a.m., when a deputy was flagged down by an employee at Publix at 605 Courtland Blvd., Deltona, FL. The employee was in pursuit of a suspect who had attempted to steal a Sonicare brush and a dental guard. The deputy encountered the suspect, later identified as David Readdean, at the front door of Readdean’s vehicle. Readdean struggled with the deputy and then took off in the car. During the struggle he dropped two baggies of heroin, along with his phone and more than $500 cash.
Readdean later crashed into a tree in front of 922 Fort Smith Blvd. and ran away. He ran up to a nearby vehicle (occupied by a woman and her two kids), opened the door and jumped into the back, landing on the children, ages 3 and 6. He demanded she drive away, and she did, in fear that he might hurt her or her kids. She later dropped him off near Saxon Boulevard and Woffington Avenue.
Later Monday, VCSO SWAT made entry at 783 Gainsboro Street, Deltona, and found Readdean hiding inside. He was taken into custody on his numerous charges, which include resisting an officer with violence, battery on a law enforcement officer, escape, carjacking, three counts of kidnapping, possession of heroin and driving without a valid license. His bond was $247,500.
Police have just released bodycam footage of the moment they shot dead a knife-wielding suspect at a California university five years ago.
The video of police shooting 38-year-old Antonio Guzman Lopez at San Jose State University back in 2014 was only released on Friday following a public records request.
It was released under California's new police transparency law, which now requires law enforcement to make records about shootings public.
After finally being able to view the footage, Lopez's family now believe they can prove what they have long claimed - that the father-of-one's death was unjustified.
This is the very shocking video showing a police officer hitting a man repeatedly over the head. It i believed the incident happened in West Midlands, as its police confirmed that they are looking into the incident.
Port Arthur, Tx – Video Shows body camera video of December 28th officer-involved shooting in which Port Arthur police officer fatally shoots Shayne Lyons,35, a Port Arthur citizen who was armed with a machete.
A video shows Lyons walking toward the officer, refusing to put down the weapon, despite repeated commands from the officer. The officer shoots Lyons eight times.
A man who called the police to report suspicious activity on Sunday ended up dying in police custody, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the death.
LVMPD reports that 65-year-old Roy Scott called police at 3:09 a.m. on Monday, saying that three suspicious men were outside his apartment — one of whom was armed with a saw.
When officers arrived, they did not find anybody outside the apartment and knocked on Scott’s door. Scott walked outside holding a pipe and a cell phone.
He surrendered the pipe and a knife that he had in possession in response to officers’ commands.
LVMPD reports that the officers attempted to pat-down Scott when a “brief struggle ensued.”
Scott was handcuffed following the struggle. While handcuffed, LVMPD reports that Scott “began to experience medical issues.”
Scott was transported to Valley Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Rochelle says her father suffered from schizophrenia, and she wants answers as to how he died in the hands of officers sworn to protect him.
Newly released body camera footage shows Denver Police Corporal Michael Oestmann punching and knocking out a handcuffed suspect after he taunted Oestmann for minutes while sitting in the chair and then spitting at his feet.
Cpl. Michael Oestmann reached a plea deal last week with the Denver District Attorney’s Office that will allow him to wipe his guilty plea to a misdemeanor menacing charge from his record in a year if he follows court orders.
He will serve no jail time. Investigative documents obtained show Oestmann was working off duty at a downtown bar on April 14.
Oestmann detained a suspect, identified in court papers as Kevin Watson, involved in an assault inside the bar.
The man was seated in a chair with his hands handcuffed behind his back, according to a probable cause statement.
The statement reads, “For about ten minutes… (the suspect) berated and insulted Cpl. Oestman until the point (suspect) spit upon Oestman, striking him in the face with saliva.
Cpl. Oestman responded by kneeing (the suspect) in the chest, and punching him in the face, knocking him unconscious.” The suspect was transported to Denver Health Medical Center and treated for cuts to his face.
56-Year-Old Man Armed With A Kitchen Knife Gets Fatally Shot By Oklahoma Police Officers!
Three men have been jailed after they stole more than £50,000 worth of mobile phones from seven stores in two weeks.
Car Thief Gets Fatally Shot After Trying To Run Over An Arkansas Police Officer.
Police in Willoughby, Ohio, administer ten doses of Narcan to driver Anthony Sobecki after finding him slumped unconscious at the wheel of his pick-up truck.
Distressing footage shows a father and daughter biting and slapping police as they are arrested after a brawl at a 30th birthday party.
The clip, filmed on a bodycam, shows officers scrambling to control Ian Brewis, 55, and his daughter Chloe following celebrations in Wallsend in North Tyneside on December 8.
Police desperately try to handcuff the pair as they lie on the floor and scream expletive-ridden rants.
The pair attack officers during the violent struggle with the father punching one three times in the head.
Florida Police Officer Gets Hit By A Car While Chasing A Suspect!
Distressing footage of police wrestling an innocent man to the ground and kneeing him in the head during an arrest has emerged.
Geoff Boyson, 40, suffered suspected broken ribs and cuts to the head after being arrested by Northamptonshire Police for a crime he was later cleared of in court.
Footage shows officers pinning the father-of-one to the ground before one officer drives his knee into his rib cage.
The father says his treatment by police was 'absolutely appalling' and the case is now being investigated.
The horrific incident happened when Mr Boyson attempted to intervene in a row between bailiffs and the owners of a local shop in Northampton.
But the bailiffs accused him of interfering with their duties and called the police who swiftly arrested him.
Mr Boyson was charged with assaulting a police officer but was found not guilty after a trial at Wellingborough Magistrates Court, Northants, in January.
An armed man who hijacked a UPS truck tried to run from a tense, hourslong standoff with police in San Jose but was fatally shot Thursday, after he led Santa Clara County sheriff's deputies on a chase through the area.
The chase began about 5:15 p.m. at Chynoweth and Pearl avenues with the suspect, later identified by friends as Mark Morasky, seen driving an SUV, sheriff's officials said. Authorities said Morasky shot at deputies during the pursuit.
Bodycam video shows terrifying moment two #police officers shoot dead a #woman who was stabbing her therapist.
Katherine Brazeau, 46, was shot dead by two Fullerton Police officers in Los Angeles on May 31 last year. She was captured on surveillance video walking into her therapist Jackie Stevens' office armed with a huge hunting knife.
Moments later the therapist called 911 and screamed that she had been stabbed.
Bodycam video from the officers shows them kicking down the therapist door to find Brazeau holding a knife to the victim.
They opened fire when Brazeau swung the knife in a stabbing motion towards the therapist's chest.
Videos and the 911 audio related to the incident were only released Thursday as the district attorney's office cleared the officers of any wrongdoing
CAPE CORAL, Fla. — An apparent late-night run for a cheeseburger ended in the arrest of a Cape Coral woman early Sunday morning after she refused to stop for officers attempting a traffic stop.
24-year-old Tiara Crace is facing 2-counts of Flee and Elude Law Enforcement and Resisting Law Enforcement Without Violence.
According to Cape Coral Police, just after 3 a.m., an officer witnessed an SUV driven by Crace traveling 61 miles per hour in a 45 mph zone along Del Prado Boulevard North. The officer turned on their lights and siren to pull the vehicle over, but Crace did not stop and proceeded into the Coral Lakes community.
The officer stopped following the SUV in the neighborhood but headed to the Blue Cypress Lake Court address the vehicle was registered to.
About half an hour later, the officer saw Crace run to the SUV parked across the street and begin to drive off. The SUV pulled into the home’s driveway, and Crace darted for the house before being stopped by the officer on foot.
The officer says Crace told her mother that she ran because she wanted a cheeseburger.
Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer released the findings of the investigation into a separate shooting in Santa Ana on July 1, 2018.
Donadony Blake Taylor, 46, was shot twice by one officer in the parking structure adjacent to Santa Ana police headquarters and Central Men’s Jail. Shortly before 11 p.m.
Taylor had entered the lobby of the jail carrying a long metal pipe and two metal stakes. He left after Orange County sheriff’s staff told him to leave.
Then, at about 11:30 p.m. he was spotted at the parking structure by a witness who saw him trying to break into cars while still carrying the metal objects.
The witness called 911 and the officer who arrived — Officer Gavin Roelofs — commanded Taylor to put the pipe down.
He did not comply so the officer discharged his Taser at Taylor who was not affected by the impact.
Taylor appeared to reach for the Taser probes and pulled one out before the officer fired his weapon and hit the suspect twice.
He was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead at 12:25 a.m.
Video has emerged of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor pointing his gun at a driver only months before he shot dead Australian woman Justine Damond outside her home.
Police stormed into a thug's flat and found him cowering in the bath after he stabbed an officer in the throat with a kitchen knife.
Bodycam footage shows armed officers smashing the door of Jason Brown's flat in Wood End Road, Erdington, in Birmingham, before firing plastic bullets.
Officers find the attacker hiding in the bath behind a shower curtain with the blood-stained knife he had used in the vicious assault.
On Thursday, the Pittsburg Police Department released video footage of police taking a man into custody as he stabbed an officer in the beck. The officer sustained minor injuries.
In the video you can hear the officer say “he stabbed me, he f–king stabbed me” followed by “oh f–k, my neck.”
According to police, they released the video in an effort to provide transparency to the community.
Dashcam Shows Officer Fatally Shooting Driver After Police Chase in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Deputies from Seminole County in Florida arrived at a gas station to save three people suffering from fentanyl overdoses, a drug which has reached epidemic levels in the state.
Cleveland police released video showing the aftermath of a chase with a shooting suspect who was trying to get away with six kids inside the car. On the police body camera video, Ernest Banks can be seen hanging out of the driver’s side window after crashing into a parked car at the intersection of East 21st Street and Superior Avenue on Feb. 15.
That's STRAIGHT UP impressive LOL.
A Ramsey County sheriff’s correctional officer resigned last week, a year after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in connection with his treatment of an inmate on April 13th, 2016.
After Travis VanDeWiele pushed on Terrell Johnson’s head and Johnson complained of excessive force, VanDeWiele responded, “You ain’t seen excessive force yet” and punched the restrained man four times in his abdomen or chest area, according to the criminal complaint against VanDeWiele.
Johnson, then 24, was having a hard time talking, but he managed to say, “Please don’t kill me,” the complaint continued.
Justice can be ugly/
DUI Suspect Trying To Run Over Crowd In Alley Ends Up Arrested
Man Allegedly Rips Up Golf Course in Wild Chase, Says Someone Is "Eating His Brains"