Live PD: After Action Report – Spike Strips | A&E

Dan and Sgt. Larkin dissect a Utah officer’s use of spike strips to stop a stolen vehicle in this “Live PD” After Action Report. #LivePD

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21 thoughts on “Live PD: After Action Report – Spike Strips | A&E

  1. What is the After Action Report? It's a pointless analysis of what an officer normally would inform the cameraman/viewer of while in the car, or afterwards – 95% of the time. 5% of the time, it's useful.

  2. I liked this a lot. Breaking it down so we can understand better what all goes into being an officer or a trooper. Continue this! Sticks is the boy. I want to be a police officer when I can too!

  3. I actually enjoyed this extra tidbit. Another plus to having more on camera is being able to review this moments, good or bad, and find out how to continually improve. Thanks for sharing!

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