Sunday, July 24, 2011


Yes, EVERY ONE OF YOU!! You are soooo not keeping me in the loop!

Not one person told me about this new show on TRU TV called "Workin' The Strip"! Shame on you. Catch it tonight @ 10 PM EST.

BTW, this team is lead by none other than former officer Tom Jenkins, now Sgt. Jenkins. Remember that waaaay cool takedown in the middle of the street he executed on COPS?! It ruled.

Hmmm, I wonder if the guy in this clip is having a boy or a girl?

pump it up all the way up, pump it up!

Yes! Yes, I HAVE wanted the police to pump my gas! It would be a dweam come twue.....

give that dawg some water!

camera shy

Thursday, July 21, 2011

he rocks!

All too often we see the terrible caught-on-tape videos of a police officer crossing the line. Here at The Feed we would like to shine the spotlight on the reverse, a video of an officer staying entirely calm, cool and collected.  Check out this video of the hero that Oceanside deserves (and needs) in action. Officer Matt Lyons with the Oceanside Police Department definitely deserves a shout out for this almost 3-minute encounter. Officer Lyons, we salute you, not only for your incredible professionalism, sense of humor, and great on camera demeanor, but also your dedicated 22 years of service in the United States Marine Corps.


Friday, July 15, 2011

here's to winning!

A BOBBY on the beat is hoping to become an arresting sight on the cover of a fitness magazine.

Police officer Gareth Nedoszytko, 28, from Scunthorpe, is one of five finalists hoping to become the next cover model for the iconic title Men's Health Magazine.

The hard-working fitness fanatic transformed his lifestyle four years ago when he joined the gym for the first time.

"When I joined the police force I knew that health and fitness was extremely important to help keep focused," he said. "I have always played football and been very active but until four years ago I had never been to the gym or trained seriously.


Thursday, July 07, 2011

time for camp, kids!

the only good thing about NASCAR

Hottie protection!

"Cops" show did not violate Fla. woman's privacy

The reality police television show "Cops" did not intrude on a Florida woman's privacy when her interactions with police during a traffic stop were recorded without her knowledge, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in Spilfogel v. Fox Broadcasting Company.

The U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta (11th Cir.) upheld a lower court's order dismissing Arlene Spilfogel's complaint against Fox Broadcasting Co., Langley Productions Inc. and Turner Broadcasting System Inc. after she was recorded on a public street and later broadcast on the television show.
Spilfogel claimed the defendants invaded her privacy through the public disclosure of private facts and intrusion upon her seclusion.


Friday, July 01, 2011