Police videos Videos - Page 5


Daily police videos including shootings, robberies and the Black Lives Matter situation - Page 5

  • French police chief investigated after 'beating up defenceless black man' 01:20

    French police chief investigated after 'beating up defenceless black man'

    A French police chief is being investigated after allegedly beating up a defenceless black man.

    Numerous videos show Didier Andrieux, who was given a Legion of Honour at New Year, holding the unnamed victim up against a wall as he repeatedly punches him.

    The attack happened on Saturday afternoon in the south east city of Touoln during violent protests by the anti-government Yellow Vests movement.

    "Andrieux can be seen attacking the man, who is not armed and is entirely peaceful," said an investigating source.

    "People watching are expressing their horror, and they include many who are appalled by police brutality against ethnic minorities.

    "After the attack, Andrieux goes off and punches a Yellow Vest protester who has been pinned up against a car.

    1 month
  • Drunk Guy Body Slams Cop, Gives a Joker Laugh While Running Off 00:05

    Drunk Guy Body Slams Cop, Gives a Joker Laugh While Running Off

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    Happened in the UK where no one respects the law.

    1 month
  • Police encounter highlights tense race relations 01:48

    Police encounter highlights tense race relations

    Two Milwaukee police encounters involving men believed to be armed over the course of 15 months ended dramatically different and with the question of how race factors into officers' actions.

    1 month
  • Police officer sacked after shocking footage shows him shooting Chihuahua 00:50

    Police officer sacked after shocking footage shows him shooting Chihuahua

    A police officer has been sacked after he shot a Chihuahua - and the dog's owner filmed the entire incident.

    Animal lovers were left furious when footage emerged of the police dog handler opening fire on the tiny dog.

    Deputy Keenan Wallace was responding to a call about an aggressive dog in the city of Conway, Arkansas when he shot the pet.

    In the clip, the officer can be seen speaking to a resident as two small dogs run around on the grass.

    One of the dogs starts barking when the homeowner, Doug Canady, refuses to go to the road to speak to the officer.

    1 month
  • Video Shows Florida Police Officer Kick Handcuffed Teen 00:59

    Video Shows Florida Police Officer Kick Handcuffed Teen

    Video captured by a bystander appears to show a Florida police sergeant kick a handcuffed teen who is lying on the ground. The incident is under investigation.

    2 months
  • Raw Footage Of That Suicide By Cop In Minnesota 00:44

    Raw Footage Of That Suicide By Cop In Minnesota

    Raw Footage Of That Suicide By Cop In Minnesota

    2 months
  • Body Cam Footage Shows A K9 Biting Burglary Suspect On The Ground! 01:16

    Body Cam Footage Shows A K9 Biting Burglary Suspect On The Ground!

    Tulsa police have released body camera footage of their K9 Cisco catching a man who they say broke into the lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police.

    Christian Bryant’s arrest report says a cleaning lady at the lodge alerted police that someone had broken in by smashing the front glass doors.

    The video shows the K9 unit searching the building for the suspect until they say Cisco tracked Bryant down in a back room.

    2 months
  • Cop Pepper Sprays Dude For Not Stepping Out Of The Car! 02:20

    Cop Pepper Sprays Dude For Not Stepping Out Of The Car!

    "On January 2nd, 2019 just 38 hours into a new year I was pulled over for invalid plates, told to submit my license when i watched him approach my car with his hand on his gun, open my door unlawfully, pepper spray me, and then take me to jail while my family was forced to sit on."-

    2 months
  • Kansas City Cop Saves Kitten Trapped on Highway 02:57

    Kansas City Cop Saves Kitten Trapped on Highway

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    Police will come to the rescue of anyone who needs their help. And that includes kittens.

    Body cam video provided to KMBC shows an officer in North Kansas City, Missouri stopping to rescue a kitten stranded on a concrete barrier dividing lanes of traffic on I-29.

    The officer quickly grabbed the kitten and got it safely inside his patrol car where the cat accidentally turned on the siren. We're told the officer took the kitten to an animal shelter, but it wasn't there very long.

    That kitten now belongs to the officer's family.

    2 months
  • Drunk Off Duty San Diego Police Officers Pistol Whip A Man in Bar Parking Lot 04:03

    Drunk Off Duty San Diego Police Officers Pistol Whip A Man in Bar Parking Lot

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    Surveillance video showing a violent confrontation between a man and four armed -- drunk -- off-duty officers at a Grantville bar last November.

    The incident is the basis for a civil lawsuit filed against the city and the four San Diego Police Department officers by the fifth man involved, Jonathan Felix, and his attorney.

    Footage shows the moment the officers approach Felix who was sitting on his bicycle in between two cars in the parking lot of McGregor’s Ale House on San Diego Mission Road in the early hours of Nov. 7.

    Seconds later, one of the officers kicks Felix in the chest. He then rolls forward on his bike as officers try and grab him and eventually tackle him to the ground. The officers can be seen throwing several punches as the five men are sprawled on the ground.

    Another portion of video shows the officers with Felix pinned to the ground underneath them as an SDPD patrol car arrives.

    Felix’s attorney, Doug Gilliland, said his client was worried the four men were going to steal belongings he left in his car in the parking lot.

    According to Gilliland, Felix felt threatened and pulled out a gun and pointed it at the ground. Runyon argues Felix pointed his weapon at the officers.

    “What the officers said was that Jonathan pulled a gun and pointed it at all of them and we know if he did that he’d be dead right now. He’d be dead for parking his car in this parking lot next to four drunk officers,” Gilliland said.

    Gilliland says he has receipts from the bar that show how much the officers drank that night.

    Two weeks after the incident, Felix was in court facing weapon, ammunition and cocaine possession charges. Gilliland, and rallying supporters, say those charges are an effort by law enforcement to cover up wrongdoing by the officers who were hanging out after hours at the bar.

    2 months
  • Police Dashcam Video of Shooting That Killed Rapper Zoe “Gangstalicious 05:16

    Police Dashcam Video of Shooting That Killed Rapper Zoe “Gangstalicious"

    The state’s attorney for Fairfield has issued a report that found officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man in New Britain in December, 2017 were justified in using deadly force.

    The report concludes that officers who fired upon the driver of the car, Zoe Dowdell, and killed him were justified in the actions they took. On December 14, 2017, police officials attempted to stop a teal Toyota Paseo suspected in a string of violent carjackings and armed robberies that occurred throughout New Britain and the surrounding areas.

    When they failed to stop, officers exited their cruisers with their weapons drawn and ordered the driver and passengers out of the vehicle. The suspects allegedly refused to comply and instead drove towards the officers at high speed, prompting them to open fire on the vehicle to make it stop.

    2 months
  • Bodycam Footage of Cop Shooting Armed Man on New Year's Eve in Seattle 05:03

    Bodycam Footage of Cop Shooting Armed Man on New Year's Eve in Seattle

    Seattle Police have released body camera video of a deadly officer-involved shooting in north Seattle. The incident started as a traffic stop in the Licton Springs neighborhood at about 5 p.m. Monday.

    Seattle Police on Thursday evening released footage from five police-worn body cameras and a dash camera showing a man, identified by friends and family as Iosia Faletogo, run from police before struggling with officers and being shot.

    It happened in the area of Aurora Avenue N and 96th Street. Seattle Police say Faletogo was in possession of a stolen handgun at the time of the shooting.

    The video released by police was edited to show the chase and subsequent struggle from different officers’ perspectives.

    When asked for additional comment on the footage, Seattle Police Det. Mark Jamieson said the video spoke for itself. Faletogo’s family is scheduled to hold a press conference Friday.

    2 months
  • Shocking moment Mexican cop lets civilian fire his rifle 00:36

    Shocking moment Mexican cop lets civilian fire his rifle

    Video taken in Mexico's Sinaloa region appears to show a police officer loaning his automatic weapon to a civilian who fires it up in the air.

    2 months
  • Detectives Investigating Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in Licton Springs 06:58

    Detectives Investigating Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in Licton Springs

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    The Seattle Police Force Investigation Team (FIT) continues to investigate the New Year's Eve officer-involved shooting that occurred in the Licton Springs neighborhood.

    In the interest of transparency, and in adherence to SPD policy, the department is releasing dashcam and bodyworn video of this incident.

    The following video shows the suspect running from his car during a traffic stop, as well as a physical struggle with officers just a short distance away. Officers stopped the suspect because the car he was driving had a Department of Licensing flag indicating the registered owner had a suspended license. Officers also observed the suspect make an improper lane change. The below video includes dashcam of the suspect running from his car, and five separate body cam angles of the foot pursuit, the physical struggle with the suspect, and the officer-involved shooting. The video concludes with some footage slowed down and the suspect's gun highlighted by a red circle.

    FIT detectives requested an ATF trace of the suspect's handgun. A Washington Crime Information Center (WACIC) check revealed the suspect possessed a stolen handgun, originally taken during a 2016 car prowl in Renton. FIT detectives released the following photos of the handgun and fully-loaded magazine.

    The suspect was carrying $1,160 in cash and a vial containing 263 pills with the code for oxycodone stamped on them at the time of his death. The pills tested positive for fentanyl and acetaminophen.

    The suspect's car remains in the Seattle Police Processing Room. Detectives will search it pending a search warrant.

    FIT detectives interviewed and released the adult female passenger who was in the suspect's car at the time of the traffic stop.

    FIT detectives have also interviewed the six officers present during this incident. Per SPD policy, the officer-involved in the shooting is on paid administrative leave. The involved officer was hired by SPD in September of 2015.

    Detectives are asking anyone else who has information about the case to call them at (206) 684-9292.

    This remains an active and ongoing FIT investigation and will proceed according to policies and procedures established by the Department of Justice and the Seattle Police Monitoring Team.

    This information is preliminary and subject to change as the investigation proceeds.

    2 months
  • Utah Inmate Sues Over Being Shot For Being a Jackass 00:22

    Utah Inmate Sues Over Being Shot For Being a Jackass

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    A former Utah County Jail detainee is suing a Utah County Jail guard, the guard's supervisor, Utah County and 10 other unnamed individuals after he was shot twice in the leg and not given proper treatment for his injury until weeks later.

    A lawsuit filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah - Central Division alleges Deputy Jason Hindes used excessive force and improper ammunition when he shot Luis Carlos Prado in June of 2017, as corrections officers attempted to move Prado from one area of the jail to another.

    Prado had been booked into the jail on May 17 of that year on a class B misdemeanor charge of assault. Prado was suffering from severe mental health problems at the time - a fact which Utah County Jail employees should have known about, the document states.

    "On June 28, 2017, while Mr. Prado was alone and unarmed in his jail cell, Defendant Deputy Hindes stuck the barrel of his shotgun through the small opening intended to deliver meals to the inmate, and intentionally shot Mr. Prado with the shotgun, either on contact with his leg or at close range after making contact with Mr. Prado’s leg," the lawsuit states. "At the time of the shooting, Prado was absolutely no threat to any of the corrections officers."

    Prado's attorney, Robert Sykes, released a body camera video of the incident on Thursday.

    According to the lawsuit, Prado had been shot with ammunition made up of rubber pellets, which is only intended for crowd control and meant to be used on people who are considerably farther away than Prado was.

    The lawsuit further claims that the defendants "falsified major aspects" of a written report regarding the incident, and that Prado was not taken to a hospital for treatment until July 17 - nearly three weeks after the incident - and he didn't undergo surgery to have the rubber pellets removed from his leg until July 27.

    "The 'grossly infected' wound was cleaned and bandaged" at that time, the lawsuit states, but the wound is still painful and continues to cause problems for Prado.

    Prado is seeking general compensatory damages, special damages, punitive damages, pre-judgment interest on the damages, plaintiff's costs and reasonable attorney fees and other relief "as the Court deems just and proper." No dollar amounts were indicated in Wednesday's court filing.

    2 months
  • Woman Resists Arrest, Gets a Dose of Gender Equality 00:23

    Woman Resists Arrest, Gets a Dose of Gender Equality

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    Cop made her eat the pavement as equally as if she was a man.

    2 months
  • Mouthy Punk Gets OWNED By No-Nonsense Cop 02:12

    Mouthy Punk Gets OWNED By No-Nonsense Cop

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    In Shreveport, La New Years Eve night. After the man wouldn't abide to the Police telling him to mind his own business, he continued to yell at the officer. Camera turns away and it would appear the officer placed his hands on the man. The man then yelled "back up off me b***h." Officer grabs man and throws him to the ground. It looks like both did not handle situation well, but what are you thoughts?

    2 months
  • Woman punches police horse before officer grabs hair and throws her to the floor 00:21

    Woman punches police horse before officer grabs hair and throws her to the floor

    A woman was seen punching a police horse on New Year's Eve before the mounted officer grabbed her by the hair and threw her to the floor.

    The shocking clip was filmed on a street in Adelaide, Australia, as diners in restaurants nearby watched on in disbelief.

    It shows a woman in green throw a punch before the officer controlling the horse leaning forward to grab her by the hair.

    She then goes on to throw her backwards to the ground, before other officers nearby surround her.

    Other images show the woman laying face down on the pavement as officers twist her arms to detain her.

    2 months
  • Policeman 'punched and bitten' in street attack horror as passerby tries to intervene 01:08

    Policeman 'punched and bitten' in street attack horror as passerby tries to intervene

    A policeman was charged at and attacked with a barrage of punches before being bitten in an horrific street attack.

    Shocking footage captured the assault in Hero Street, Bootle, which ended with the officer being taken to hospital.

    The video shows a man charging at the officer, wrestling with him and then throwing a barrage of punches.

    The officer appears to use a baton to defend himself, and is then slammed up against a parked car, the Liverpool Echo reports.

    2 months
  • Disabled veteran attacked at Walmart by Muskogee Oklahoma police 21:19

    Disabled veteran attacked at Walmart by Muskogee Oklahoma police

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    In this video we have a disabled veteran attacked by the Muskogee Oklahoma Police Department for standing up for his rights. Jason was at Walmart trying to purchase champagne for New Year's Eve. His wife did not have her ID with her and Walmart wanted her identification as well. Jason said he was the one purchasing the alcohol and she did not need to identify. Walmart ultimately refused to sell the champagne to him. Jason asked for a copy of the policy and they claimed they were going to get it. They actually called the police. From what I've gathered the manager that Jason encountered has a history of calling the police on people in an attempt to get them arrested for things that aren't warranted.

    2 months
  • Dumb Ass Thief Tries to Steal a bike in front of Police Headquarters 03:48

    Dumb Ass Thief Tries to Steal a bike in front of Police Headquarters

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    Gladstone, OR - Gladstone police officers arrest and unmask bike thief, Adam Valle, who tried to take a bike from the front of police headquarters.

    2 months
  • LAPD Confront Hundreds Of Illegal Street Racers Performing Stunts! 04:26

    LAPD Confront Hundreds Of Illegal Street Racers Performing Stunts!

    LAPD Confront Hundreds Of Illegal Street Racers Performing Stunts!

    2 months
  • Chicago Police Officer Shoots Armed Man After A Chase! 02:17

    Chicago Police Officer Shoots Armed Man After A Chase!

    A police-involved shooting that left a man wounded, Police chased him into an apartment building in the East Chatham neighborhood.

    2 months
  • Bodycam Captures Chicago Police Shooting Armed Man After Chase 03:21

    Bodycam Captures Chicago Police Shooting Armed Man After Chase

    A police-involved shooting that left a man wounded in the neck on the South Side Wednesday night is under investigation. Police said the shooting happened during an altercation and the man shot by police is hospitalized in serious condition. Police chased him into an apartment building in the East Chatham neighborhood. At ground 7 p.m. Wednesday, police said they saw an armed man in a crowd of people near 79th Street and Drexel Avenue, so police chased after him when he ran away. A group of about three officers followed the man into the third floor of an apartment building nearby, where they struggled according to authorities. One officer fired one shot. The man did not return fire. The events unfolded as children went door-to-door trick-or-treating with their parents. "He ran into the building to third floor where he pushed his way in," said Chicago Police Patrol Chief Fred Waller.

    "Officers followed behind him. A struggle, a brief struggle, ensued there. He continued to run out of that building and that's when he was shot." Waller said the man was shot inside the building and outside the apartment. "Children have been walking down this street all day and all evening trick-or-treating," said Tou're Simpson, who lives nearby. "It's just too bad. It's a shame. Really it is." Officers recovered a 9 millimeter weapon with an extended clip, releasing a picture of it. Family members that the man who was shot is 23 years old and is the father of two young children, a baby and a 2-year-old. They are questioning if the use of force was justified. Meanwhile, the officer has been put on administrative duty for 30 days, pending the outcome of an independent investigation.

    2 months
  • Man Gets Fatally Shot by Officers After Holding His Wife at Gunpoint 02:21

    Man Gets Fatally Shot by Officers After Holding His Wife at Gunpoint

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    After four officer-fired rounds rang out outside a Silverado Ranch-area convenience store Saturday evening, an armed man went down, and his wife, who he was in a physical struggle with him over his gun, exclaimed that she’d been hit. The bullet, shot by Officer David Nesheiwat, 33, went through Phillip Pitts’ arm and into her stomach, Clark County Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts said Tuesday. As Pitts, 41, pressed the gun against the woman's stomach, Nesheiwat shot twice, knocking the suspect to the ground, Roberts said. While down, Pitts kept the gun pointed at the woman, prompting the officer to pull the trigger twice more. The unidentified woman underwent surgery and survived at University Medical Center, while Pitts died there moments after the shooting. This was the 21st shooting involving Metro officers this year, compared with seven during the same time last year, Roberts said. The shooting and dramatic moments that preceded it were captured on officer-worn cameras and broadcast Tuesday.

    A concerned citizen called 911 at 5:34 p.m. to report that a man, who was possibly armed with a gun, was choking a woman outside the store, 780 Pyle Ave., near Pollock Drive, Roberts said. Surveillance video shows a physical struggle between the couple. An officer, who was not identified, arrives first. "What's going on?" he yells. "What's that in your hand? Drop your gun!" He then directs his attention to the woman, who is crying and screaming, "Step away from him. Step away. Step away from him now. Step away from her!" At some point during the wrestling for the gun, Pitts points the gun to his head and says he's going to shoot himself, Roberts said. The woman presumably pleads for him not to do it. "Sir, get on the ground! Put the gun down! Sir, put the gun down!" With his left hand, the officer motions the woman to come to him, while he points the gun at Pitts with his right. The officer, who takes cover between his cruiser and a civilian vehicle, pleads with Pitts to drop the gun, which goes ignored. About 35 seconds after the first officer drives up, Nesheiwat arrives and yells at Pitts to drop the gun, firing his gun about 10 seconds later.

    Before firing their guns, officers are trained to weigh the backdrop of the scene and assess the danger to other officers and bystanders, Roberts said. “The intent is to save lives, not take lives ... and trying to neutralize the threat as best as you can.” Pitts did not fire his 9 mm gun, which had eight bullets in the magazine, one in the chamber, and had its safe off, Roberts said. Pitts goes down, and the woman holds her stomach, walks and sits on a curb, and announces, "I'm hit ... I got hit." An investigation determined that the bullet that struck the woman had gone through Pitts’ arm, Roberts said. The couple’s 10-year-old daughter had been trying to keep Pitts away from her mother sometime before police arrived, Roberts said. Pitts did not have a criminal history in Las Vegas but did have multiple arrests, mostly for misdemeanors, in Hawaii, his last in 2007, Roberts said. Nesheiwat, an 11-year Metro veteran, was placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation continues, per the agency's policy. The shooting was the 21st this year involving Metro Police and the 10th fatal officer-involved shooting. At the same time last year, police had investigated seven officer-involved shootings, three of them fatal.

    2 months
  • Video Shows Altercation Between Police And Teen 01:03

    Video Shows Altercation Between Police And Teen

    The Rochester Police Department is facing another lawsuit alleging police brutality after a 16-year-old claims he was attacked by an officer after he called the officer a name.

    The lawsuit is being brought by the family of 16-year-old Yahmiek Maddox, who is being represented legally by Rochester school board president Van White, against the city, the Rochester Police Department and Officer Phillip Perelli.

    According to the lawsuit, on May 25, Maddox was approached by officers who believed he was drinking alcohol. But, the lawsuit states, Maddox was only drinking a bottle of juice he bought from a store on his way home from school.

    During the incident, Maddox says he was handcuffed, but later released. As he walked away, the lawsuit says he called on of the officers, Perelli, a name. The lawsuit doesn't specify what exactly was said.

    But, according to Maddox, the utterance led to Perelli slapping then grabbing Maddox around the neck.

    Maddox was charged with resisting arrest, harassment and a violation of the alcohol beverage and container law. The lawsuit says after the arrest, Maddox was taken to Monroe County Jail, but the charges against him were ultimately dropped by the district attorney's office.

    The lawsuit is now seeking damages for the attack and arrest.

    During a news conference on Friday, White played a clip showing surveillance video of the altercation.

    In a statement, the City of Rochester said, "Because this is now pending litigation and, in such matters, we are obligated to protect the interest of city taxpayers, we cannot offer additional details or comment at this time."

    2 months
  • Guy Exposes Undercover Cop & Sells Him Flower Buds, Still Gets Arrested! 02:37

    Guy Exposes Undercover Cop & Sells Him Flower Buds, Still Gets Arrested!

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    Guy gets arrested after exposing undercover cop. The cops allegedly deleted this video off his phone but he was able to recover it.

    2 months
  • Brazilian Thieves Getting OWNED, Best Of Version 08:00

    Brazilian Thieves Getting OWNED, Best Of Version

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    Some of the best Brazilian thieves getting some instant justice clips. all in one compilation.

    2 months
  • Ferrari zooms through streets while single police car struggles to keep up 01:00

    Ferrari zooms through streets while single police car struggles to keep up

    Police were filmed chasing a Ferrari through the streets as a shocked onlooker begged the driver to stop.

    As many enjoyed their Christmas Day, West Midlands Police officers were hot on the tail of suspects in a red supercar worth up to £200,000.

    Mobile phone footage, taken by a passerby, captured the driver speeding along a street - believed to be in Smethwick, West Mids - and overtaking another motorist, Birmingham Live reports.

    The supercar then veers back onto the left side of the road, passes a school and continues to race down the street.

    The cameraman then shouts: "That is mad. Bruv please stop. Stop! Go hide somewhere! Stop!

    "That is mental, why is he continuing?"

    2 months
  • Two Cops Filmed Having Sexy Time In Patrol Car 00:30

    Two Cops Filmed Having Sexy Time In Patrol Car

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    Happened in Argentina. Looks like the female cops is reaching for the male cop's night stick, hubba hubba.

    2 months
  • Miami-Dade police director breaks up road-rage brawl 02:18

    Miami-Dade police director breaks up road-rage brawl

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    Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez stepped in to break up a violent road-rage brawl that was caught on camera.

    2 months
  • Spanish police engage in high speed boat chase with suspected drug smugglers 02:23

    Spanish police engage in high speed boat chase with suspected drug smugglers

    Three suspected drug smugglers have been arrested after a high speed water chase in Spain.

    The Spanish Civil Guard used a helicopter and a speed boat to intercept the two Moroccans and a Spanish national at Sabinillas beach in Malaga.

    The group was detained on land after their high-powered vessel was rammed by the Civil Guard during the pursuit.

    Authorities say they found a shipment of hashish onboard.

    2 months