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Cops

Cameras catch police in action. 

Crew:
John Langley (Executive Producer)

7/10/14
11:00 PM
"Coast to Coast"  A man threatens security guards with a knife when they ask him to leave a retail store; officers encounter a man driving recklessly with a woman, an infant and a bag of cocaine in the car.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/10/14
11:30 PM
Cops Cameras catch police in action.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/11/14
10:30 AM
Cops Cameras catch police in action.  (Repeat) G4
7/11/14
04:00 PM
Cops Cameras catch police in action.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/11/14
04:30 PM
"Coast to Coast"  A sheriff supervises a prostitution sting; a deputy stops a man having trouble walking down a crowded street; a deputy pulls over a driver who does not possess car keys.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/11/14
05:00 PM
"Police Chases Special Edition"  A suspect ditches a stolen vehicle, forcing officers to chase him on foot; several police units take part in a high-speed chase in California.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/11/14
06:00 PM
"Coast to Coast"  A witness helps apprehend a burglar; at a traffic stop, a man says his ailing wife put illegal tags on his car.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/11/14
07:00 PM
Cops Cameras catch police in action.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/11/14
07:30 PM
"Jacksonville"  In Jacksonville; robbery suspects ram a witness's vehicle; armed-robbery suspect apprehended; man sells counterfeit jewelry.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
7/11/14
08:00 PM
"Coast to Coast"  A bondsman must use a sledgehammer to enter a suspect's residence; a nervous teenage suspect tries to eat a bag of marijuana; a woman driving erratically is stopped and arrested after officers find out she has an outstanding warrant.  (Repeat) SPIKETV
Cops

Premise
Bad boys, watcha gonna do? This series features police officers, constables and sheriff's deputies patrolling streets for car thieves, drug pushers, sex-trade workers, violent thugs and anyone else who dares step onto the wrong side of the law. There's no music, no scripted dialogue, no narration -- just sometimes gritty videos of cops in action during patrols and other police activities. In addition to following officers in 140 different U.S. cities, action has also been documented abroad in the former Soviet Union, Hong Kong and London.

Crew:
John Langley (Executive Producer)

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.