Live PD Highlight Reel for Greenville

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Live PD Highlight Reel for Greenville

Wade Hampton resource officer, Officer Russel exaggerates the extent to which law enforcement will go on Live PD to catch everything on camera.

Wade Hampton resource officer, Officer Russel exaggerates the extent to which law enforcement will go on Live PD to catch everything on camera.

Wade Hampton resource officer, Officer Russel exaggerates the extent to which law enforcement will go on Live PD to catch everything on camera.

Wade Hampton resource officer, Officer Russel exaggerates the extent to which law enforcement will go on Live PD to catch everything on camera.

River Herron, Staff Reporter

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Live PD is a television show strictly filmed from the eyes of police dash cams, body cameras, and handheld rigs. This gives viewers a glimpse into the reality of what it is actually like to be a member of law enforcement. The footage is cut down to a highlight reel of officers doing anything interesting. This can include anything from finding an enormous amount of illegal narcotics from what started as a traffic stop to officers helping a gas station clerk open the bathroom facility that has been locked from the inside. Hosted by Dan Abrams, the show is an eye-opener for people that have not had any relation to the position, it really shows people what police officers encounter on a daily basis. Since the addition of body cams on some law enforcement agencies in 2012, people have been more aware of the incidents happening around them.

Live PD recently released a highlight reel of our hometown, Greenville. One of the incidents involves a woman blocking the road in front of a location where drug trafficking regularly takes place. This clip leads to the confession from the woman, in which she admits that she eats the illegal narcotics the police seized from her vehicle. To give viewers an idea of just how unusual the incidents in which law enforcement find themselves in, there is another clip following officers as they approach two men in their car. One thing leads to another and rolls of counterfeit money are found in their car. There is just no end to the possibilities of situations that officers can find themselves in, and it is interesting to see how these real-life situations are handled in Greenville.

Please note that some images and events that take place in the links sourced in this article may be disturbing to some audiences, viewer discretion is advised.