Australia’s first cops were all criminals. Their first police force was made up of 12 of the best behaved convicts.
14 of the 60 residents of the village of New Rome, Ohio were police officers. The police department’s only purpose was issuing traffic tickets, and they brought in around $400,000 a year, mostly by citing drivers for things such as improperly tinted windows. The town was dissolved in 2004.
On 2 separate occasions, British police officer Steve Hutton, barked at fleeing criminals to trick them into thinking he had a police dog with him. It worked.
As posted on the (verified) Twitter account of Warwickshire Police on April 3, this gentleman is on the run.
We can confirm that this is real … it’s serious as a woman was victim of a horrible crime. Hopefully the attention will mean we identify the offender/bring him to justice quicker
If you see him, be sure to inform the authorities.
In August 1962, New York City cops began patrolling the streets at night while dressed as women. The idea was to trap would-be muggers.
Referring to police as “Five-O” derived from the name of the television series Hawaii Five-O. While they named it Hawaii Five-O in honor of Hawaii’s being the 50th state.
A corrupt cop lived as a fugitive in the woods by himself for 22 years, but came back to society because he regretted his crimes. He now works to weed out corruption in law enforcement.
87 year old Leo Thalassites is the oldest living policeman in America. He served in all 5 branches of the U.S military, received 3 purple hearts, competed in the Olympic games, and blames modern-day overweight cops who “are quick to pull a gun because they can’t use their fists.”
After a Florida Highway Patrol Officer ticketed a Miami cop for driving in excess of 120MPH on his way to an off-duty job, she was relentlessly harassed by other officers, including finding out that her driver’s license info had been accessed by 88 officers from 25 agencies over three months.