Live PD: After Action Report – Traffic Stop Escalates Quickly | A&E

In this After Action Report, Sgt. Larkin and Dan take a look at an ordinary traffic stop that escalated when the driver tried to reach for something between his car’s seats. #LivePD

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34 thoughts on “Live PD: After Action Report – Traffic Stop Escalates Quickly | A&E

  1. Wonder how much the cops got paid to escalate the situation? Like most "reality" TV shows there is enormous pressure on the cops to make some "good TV" that boosts ratings. There was one case in the UK where the "suspect" was paid by the production company to ham it up so that it made good TV. It went bad when the cops involved in the traffic stop became overly aggressive and tasered the driver for doing what the TV producers wanted him to do. Never, ever, open your door to cops, keep the doors locked, keep the window up and pass documents out through a small opening. Keep documents in the sun visor so that the cops dont have the excuse to shoot you "'cos you were reaching for a gun". If there are TV cameras present advise the cops that you want to follow them to the nearest police station as you dont believe they are real police officers but actors working for a TV show.

  2. It really seems like a lot of people don't watch Live PD because if they did, they'd realize that driving around with drugs in the car is a bad idea. I know it sounds too simple but really, if you don't have drugs in the car, you won't be arrested for having drugs in the car. Period. Watch Live PD if you have any doubts about this, it's not rocket surgery.

  3. I was pulled over because one of my headlights was out. The officer told me my headlight was out. I told him I was alerted to it by the security guard at Stater Bros (where I just came from). I was really nice to the officer, he never asked me for my drivers license or anything else. I was open and honest and happy and he let me go telling me to be sure to get that light fixed.

  4. How stupid. What did he have in his hand he wouldn't let go of? After all, that was the whole point of the entire video! I hate that announcer, such a wimp and so full of himself telling you stuff that you are already seeing, and in his fake hearty voice. Thank goodness 90% of these clips have him cut out or the series would be unwatchable.

  5. Corrupt cops assault this man and steal his property that the government let in the country. Fun fact the highest quantity of heroin ever manufactured in the world is when us troops where guarding yes guarding the opium fields in Afghanistan. Dummie

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