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Luther creator Neil Cross’ mini-series looks incredibly intense. Hard Sun is a fresh take on police dramas, as two cops stumble onto details about a coverup that reveals the end of the world is upon us. Streaming now on BBC Player, and starting 3/7/18 on Hulu.
We already wanted to visit New Zealand to experience the incredible scenery. Now we want to join their police force too, thanks to this amusing, action-packed ad created to entice new law enforcement recruits to join up.
Each year, the brave men and women of the Chicago Fire and Chicago Police Departments meet up in the ring for a series of exhibition fights. With the help of sponsor Country Financial, the matches raise funds to support families of fallen firefighters and officers.
French automaker Renault shows off it’s amazing Sport R.S. 01 500+hp NISMO GT-R-engined race car dressed up as a cop car, and on the job to stop a scofflaw on a superbike. The officer? Rally legend Jean Ragnotti.
To help prove that car passengers and drivers should wear seat belts even at low speeds, the Connecticut State Police have been touring with The Convincer, a device that simulates a 5 MPH crash. They’ve also got a barf-inducing machine that simulates rollover crashes.
The Dubai Police Department shows off some of its over-the-top cop cars, which include a Nissan GT-R, a Lamborghini Aventador, a McLaren MP4-12C, a Bentley Continental GT, a Bugatti Veyron and more. Sure beats an old Crown Vic.
If MWC timepieces are good enough for the military and anti-terrorist units, they’re good enough for us. This one is based on a classic 1950’s NATO spec watch, with brushed stainless case and 21 jewel automatic movement.
Incredible footage of Korean police forces trained in synchronized formations designed to break up and disperse rioters. We’re thinking this was a demonstration exercise, but it’s still impressive – especially once the Molotovs start flying.
We’re not sure why these Danish cops are getting chauffeured around on a stack of speakers in the first place, but that’s not important. It’s the tune they’re jamming out to that is. Original (sideways) version here.