Police cars around the world. ~ I'd apply for a police job in Italy, Germany or Broward County, Fl.

Police cars around the world. ~ I'd apply for a police job in Italy, Germany or Broward County, Fl.

An ancient evil has awakened . . .    Police Chief Dexter Lowe enjoys his humdrum job in the sleepy little town of Gator Creek, Florida, until a kidnapper begins terrorizing the local women. FBI Special Agent Teddi McCoy arrives to help him hunt down the mysterious kidnapper. After failing to secure any leads, they are forced to recruit the FBI’s ace-in-the-hole psychic from the Louisiana Bayou, Jackson “Swamp Jack” LaFevre.

An ancient evil has awakened . . . Police Chief Dexter Lowe enjoys his humdrum job in the sleepy little town of Gator Creek, Florida, until a kidnapper begins terrorizing the local women. FBI Special Agent Teddi McCoy arrives to help him hunt down the mysterious kidnapper. After failing to secure any leads, they are forced to recruit the FBI’s ace-in-the-hole psychic from the Louisiana Bayou, Jackson “Swamp Jack” LaFevre.

A site to aid those that want to be a cop! Study guides for those in Florida police academies!!!

A site to aid those that want to be a cop! Study guides for those in Florida police academies!!!

After being entrusted with a room full of votes, two Florida women were on the job when a co-worker showed up and caught what they were hiding at the ballot center. Terrified by what they had just walked in on, the employee immediately reported it to the police, and now, these two are where they belong — in jail.

Two Going To Jail For Terrifying Thing They Were Doing Inside Voting Place

After being entrusted with a room full of votes, two Florida women were on the job when a co-worker showed up and caught what they were hiding at the ballot center. Terrified by what they had just walked in on, the employee immediately reported it to the police, and now, these two are where they belong — in jail.

How to Become a Police Officer in Florida

Become a Police Officer in Florida

Two Florida Police Officers Lose Their Jobs After FBI Report Links Them To The Ku Klux Klan (good!)

Two Florida Police Officers Lose Their Jobs After FBI Report Links Them To The Ku Klux Klan (good!)

This is gross. So, so gross. She actually reached in her pants, removed the product and chucked it. He was just trying to do his job! Some people need to get a brain. A Florida woman is facing felony battery charges for pelting an ex-US Army police officer with her wet and used tampon. Tecora Fields, 28, was arrested in Saint Petersburg on Monday for ‘assaulting’ officer André Sousa with the feminine product. He had been trying to break up a brawl she was involved in when she screamed at him…

This is gross. So, so gross. She actually reached in her pants, removed the product and chucked it. He was just trying to do his job! Some people need to get a brain. A Florida woman is facing felony battery charges for pelting an ex-US Army police officer with her wet and used tampon. Tecora Fields, 28, was arrested in Saint Petersburg on Monday for ‘assaulting’ officer André Sousa with the feminine product. He had been trying to break up a brawl she was involved in when she screamed at him…

Somewhere a child is home awaiting its mother's return from work.

Somewhere a child is home awaiting its mother's return from work.

Florida Cops Arrest African American Employee For ‘Trespassing’ At His Job. Earl Sampson, 28, found himself detained by police 258 times over the course of four years and arrested 62 times for trespassing. In almost all of these cases, these citations were issued at the 207 Quickstop where he works.

Florida Cops Arrest African American Employee For ‘Trespassing’ At His Job. Earl Sampson, 28, found himself detained by police 258 times over the course of four years and arrested 62 times for trespassing. In almost all of these cases, these citations were issued at the 207 Quickstop where he works.

(PoliceOne Image)  This week's photo of the week comes from the Boynton Beach Police Department in Florida. Pictured are the group of officers that retrieved an autistic boy's lost iPad. 6-year-old Aaron uses the tablet to communicate. After leaving the iPad in a shopping cart, these officers tracked the device down through its GPS location feature and retrieved it from a residence. Great job, officers!

(PoliceOne Image) This week's photo of the week comes from the Boynton Beach Police Department in Florida. Pictured are the group of officers that retrieved an autistic boy's lost iPad. 6-year-old Aaron uses the tablet to communicate. After leaving the iPad in a shopping cart, these officers tracked the device down through its GPS location feature and retrieved it from a residence. Great job, officers!

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