The LAW, is out there, in vehicles of all kinds no less. Whether they on two wheels or on wheels that peel out and chase the good guys like in The Dukes of Hazzard, or the bad guys like Sonny Crocket and Tubbs in the day-glow cityscape of Miami, the law has always and will … Continue reading Best Police Vehicles from TV & Movies
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The calendar is about to roll from the year we all want to forget – 2020 – to 2021, where everything changes, and all is anew – right? The thing that people have to remember is that the things that ail us, namely, the COVID-19 Virus, along with many other things, don’t keep a … Continue reading Have the COVID Conversation NOW – The COVID-19 Education Series
You are instantly inside of a warm, fuzzy blanket of security when you think of the concept of – 911. All hell breaks loose – everything goes sideways and you simply pick up the phone and all things start to be righted – or do they? We’ve been using 911 since 1968 and the system, capabilities and features continue to … Continue reading The Call (2013) – A Perspective Review Featuring a Real-Life 911 Dispatcher & Crisis Negotiator
The 911 system rings. On the other end of the line is a woman calling to have police dispatched to her location immediately. In her midst – could it be a prowler? A terrorist? A burglar lurking in the shadows about to accost her? Nope – just a dude she wants gone. Huh? It … Continue reading Using 911 as “The Billy Badass Tool?”
The value of situational awareness isn’t something that only comes in handy when one is a Police Dispatcher: It’s a skill set that is valuable to everyone. It’s not every call that features the police department, EMS and one’s broken pride, but inside this episode of Digitally Dispatched, 20-year Police Dispatcher Vet LIsa Moore … Continue reading Squad 51, Squad 51: Beeeeeeeez!
The sprawling city of Chicago. A bad cop. A dead kid… and Chuck Norris? There’s something magnetic about Chuck Norris. It’s why we can all quote one of a million quotes where Chuck Norris Doesn’t Do Push Ups – He Pushes the World DOWN. The memories of the best Chuck Norris quotes are good but … Continue reading Code of Silence (1985) – A Perspective Review
The value of guns, both in television and movies, is indescribable. From War movies to Mom and Pop flicks to television programming galore – they are there. The opinions about them all? They’re there too. But where are the listings of all of them? The answer? Right here, at WhatCopsWatch.Com. We’re digging into The 10 Most Prolific Firearms … Continue reading The Most Prolific Firearms in TV & Movie History – Volume 1
How many of you LIKE our current President of the United States? Whether you’re a fan or not, the fact is that feature films galore have featured both real and fictional Presidents for a very long time. Inside of 1997’s Air Force One, we’re introduced to President James Marshall – a former military vet, devoted … Continue reading Air Force One (1997) – A Perspective Review
Frozen Tundra was a pretty normal phrase for me when I was a kid. Having grown up in Chicago, then Wisconsin, Frozen Tundras were a regular, icy occurrence but – in 1980 – there was a frozen tundra experience that started something completely different in the lives of millions. The Empire Strikes Back – the sequel to a little movie … Continue reading 2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Empire Strikes Back (1983) Perspective Review
A man – a famous one, a surgeon that’s murdered his wife – on the run. The city of Chicago. Law Enforcement on his heels for 2 hours and 10 minutes – non-stop. 1993’s “The Fugitive” starring Harrison Ford was one of the most popular movies that year and continues to satisfy to this day. … Continue reading The Fugitive (1993) – A Perspective Review