Clinton Jaws | Police Podcast

Feb 25 2021 20 mins

A Real Police Podcast in Canada. Former cop talks about cops in Canada and America. I speak truth that you wont always be able to handle.

How Police Exit A Room With A Suspect
Feb 15 2021 7 mins  
Former cop breaks down police shooting. NYPD attend a domestic with two dudes. This is how police exit a room with a suspect, the right way. Call my hotline number 604-330-2512. The NYPD released body-worn camera footage from an officer-involved shooting that occurred on February 8, 2019, in the confines of the 7th Precinct. During this incident, Police Officer Nelson Cordova and Police Officer Jagdeep Singh, assigned to patrol in the 7th Precinct and attired in uniform, discharged a combined total of seven shots from their service firearms in the course of a confrontation with an armed subject, later identified as Joshua Rembert-Williams, a 32-year-old male. Mr. Rembert-Williams was armed with a kitchen knife with an eight-inch blade during the incident. The knife was recovered at the scene of the incident during the investigation. On Friday, February 8, 2019, at approximately 6:56 AM, a 9-1-1 call was received reporting that Mr. Rembert-Williams, the caller's husband, had violated an order of protection. The caller also explained that he was trapped in the bathroom because Mr. Rembert-Williams, who was in possession of a knife, was attempting to assault him and threatening to kill him. Police Officer Cordova and Police Officer Singh responded to the call for assistance, arriving approximately ten minutes later. Upon entering the apartment, the officers spoke with the complainant, who informed them that Mr. Rembert-Williams was no longer at the location. Police Officer Cordova began checking the apartment to confirm Mr. Rembert-Williams was no longer present. While doing so, Police Officer Cordova encountered Mr. Rembert-Williams hiding in a closet. After frisking Mr. Rembert-Williams for a weapon, he was asked to accompany the officers into the hallway to discuss what happened prior to their arrival. While walking through the kitchen area toward the apartment door, Mr. Rembert-Williams opened a kitchen drawer, removed a kitchen knife and ran toward the complainant with the knife raised, saying, "I'm going to kill this bitch." Police Officer Cordova fired four shots and Police Officer Singh fired three shots from their service firearms, striking Mr. Rembert-Williams in the torso, leg, and shoulder, resulting in his demise. The complainant was removed to a local hospital, where he was treated for a slash wound to his left shoulder, a puncture wound to his right temple, and a stab wound to his right shoulder. Police Officer Cordova and Police Officer Singh were equipped with body-worn cameras that were activated during this incident. In April 2020, this case was presented to the First Deputy Commissioner's Use of Force Board. The Board determined that the use of force in this case was justified and within department guidelines.

This is Why Police Swear
Feb 14 2021 9 mins  
Why do police swear? Former cop explains why by showing this police video. I tell a story about a boss who replaced swear words with "frik." Yes it was gross. Call my hotline number and say something. 604-330-2512. I break down the following video. This critical incident video concerns an officer involved shooting that took place in Pittsburg on January 30, 2021. Early on that Saturday afternoon, Pittsburg police officers were called to the 2900 block of harbor street regarding an Oakland man, 32-year-old Kerdell Lillard, on top of the roof of a business. A cell phone video was taken by a resident at the shopping center. It shows Lillard on the roof of a business with his phone in his hand. When officer arrived, he was no longer on the roof. When Officer Elliott arrived, Lillard was standing next to a pickup truck. After the officer tells Lillard to get on the ground, he reaches into the left rear wheel well of the pickup truck and retrieves a loaded handgun. He then runs. The sound of officer Beltram discharging his service weapon can be heard. Officer Barkley arrived seconds after officer Beltram discharged his service weapon. Upon exiting his vehicle, he immediately radios for paramedics to come to the scene. Officer Barkley retrieves the loaded handgun which was dropped by Lillard after he was shot in the arm. Other officers can be seen immediately providing medical aid. Officer Beltram arrived and immediately saw Lillard step out from behind another pickup truck. Lillard was holding a gun and pointed it in the direction of officer Beltram who then discharged his service weapon. Officer Beltram's vehicle was equipped with a dash board camera. It shows Lillard appear to put his hands up as if to cooperate. But, he then moves behind the pickup truck while still holding the loaded handgun and then makes a movement in the direction of officer Beltram. Lillard sustained a non-life-threatening wound to the arm. He was taken to the Hospital for treatment and then transported to the Martinez detention facility. On Wednesday February 3rd, the Contra Costa District Attorney filed two counts of felony assault with a deadly weapon, ex-felon in possession of a firearm, ex-felon in possession of ammunition, along with enhancements. Lillard remains in custody with $1,000,000 bail.

Phoenix Police Save Baby
Jan 26 2021 4 mins  
Former cop breaks down video where Phoenix police save a baby. The Phoenix Police Department released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes information, audio, video and pictures related to an officer-involved shooting (OIS) that occurred in the afternoon of January 9th, 2021. The incident started at approximately 3:15 p.m., when 911 callers reported a man fighting with a woman at a hotel in the area 7th Avenue and Van Buren Street. The callers also reported that a man was shooting at people and holding a baby hostage. The second 911 call was from a woman who reported her husband had taken her baby and was shooting a gun. As the suspect walked out of the hotel and onto Van Buren Street traffic, 911 callers saw the man hold a driver at gun point. Officers arrived within a minute of the 911 calls and saw the suspect armed and shooting a gun while holding the baby. Officers told the suspect to drop the gun and he refused. Two other officers arrived to help. An officer armed with his city issued rifle shot at the suspect when he saw the suspect point the gun at the baby and others. The suspect was injured, and officers immediately ran to the baby and the driver of the white vehicle to move them to safety. After the shooting, Phoenix Fire personnel responded and transported the suspect to the hospital where he was pronounced deceased. He has been identified as 37-year-old Paul Bolden. Officers also learned that the woman, who Bolden was fighting, was his girlfriend and the baby was his son. The baby was not injured during this incident. The gun which was used by Bolden was also located. There were no injuries to officers or any serious injuries to community members. The gunfire from Bolden struck nearby businesses. The officer involved in this shooting is assigned to the Mountain View Precinct and has been with the department for almost four years. This incident is the subject of both an internal and a criminal investigation, which will be reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. Public records law required redaction of certain personal identifying information before video is released publicly. This is why you see some parts of Body Worn Camera (BWC) blurred or covered with a black box. Redacted video is released to local media in conjunction with the release of this Critical Incident Briefing for independent review and publication. Complete, unedited versions of the BWC are released to attorneys and the courts as evidence in a criminal case.

NYPD Bodycam, Use of Force Gone Wrong
Aug 20 2020 7 mins  
Former police officer breaks down video. Bad Guy Lives The NYPD released body camera footage of two New York City police officers shooting a knife-wielding man in the East Village on June 4. Police Officer Jillian Suarez and Police Officer Bryan Rozanski, both assigned to patrol in uniform in the 9th Precinct, fired a total of two shots from their service firearms during a confrontation with a subject, later identified as Peyman Bahadoran, a 55-year-old male. The incident began at 6:38 a.m. when Police Officer Suarez and her partner, Police Officer Melissa Brown, entered the deli. Bahadoran began yelling at Officer Brown as he entered the location behind her. He pulled a twelve-inch "Defender Xtreme" knife from a sheath that was attached to the right side of his leg and menaced her with the knife. Police Officer Brown discharged her conducted electrical weapon or "Taser" at Bahadoran. The Taser probes did not make contact with the subject, rendering it ineffective. Police Officer Brown went behind the counter while Police Officer Suarez moved outside of the deli and requested additional police assistance over her portable radio. Bahadoran directed his attention towards a deli employee and demanded a pack of cigarettes. When he placed the knife on the counter to pick up the cigarettes, the deli employee grabbed the knife and handed it to Officer Brown. Bahadoran confronted Police Officer Suarez, who was pointing her service firearm at him, at the entrance to the deli. Bahadoran shoved Officer Suarez back as he exited the deli. Police Officer Rozanski arrived, along with Police Officer Michael Murphy and Lieutenant Luis Machado, in response to the call for assistance. The officers commanded Bahadoran to comply, but he reached toward the sheath and then lunged at Lieutenant Machado. Officers Rozanski and Suarez each fired one shot from their service firearms at Bahadoran. Bahadoran suffered a gunshot wound to his left arm and a gunshot wound to the lower back. Police officers on the scene called for medical assistance and applied a tourniquet to his left arm. Bahadoran was transported to Bellevue Hospital, where he was admitted and treated for his injuries. Police Officers Suarez and Murphy were equipped with body-worn cameras that were activated for this incident. Lieutenant Luis Machado and Police Officers Brown and Rozanski were not equipped with body-worn cameras on this date. Bahadoran was charged with Robbery 1st Degree, Menacing a Police Officer, Menacing 2nd Degree, and Menacing 3rd Degree.

Dashcam Police Pursuit Spike belt - Lufkin Police
Aug 04 2020 14 mins  
Dashcam Police Pursuit Spike belt - Lufkin Police STOLEN VEHICLE PURSUIT ARREST: Around 7 p.m. yesterday, an officer saw a silver Chevy Cruz turn onto Frank Avenue from North Raguet Street into oncoming traffic. Seconds later, the officer saw an SUV do the same thing. The driver of the SUV motioned to the officer that they were chasing the car. The officer caught up with the suspect vehicle on North Raguet Street and attempted to initiate a traffic stop but the driver – later identified as Travis Thorton, 27, of – refused to stop. Thorton continued on North Raguet and crossed into the grass in front of First Christian Church before cutting out onto South First Street at more than 80 mph. Thorton continued on South First/U.S. 59 and turned onto FM 819. He then headed outbound on C C Road toward FM 1818. That is where the officer had to terminate the 11-minute pursuit for safety due to road conditions. The officer made contact with the other driver who flagged him down. That is when he learned that the suspect stole the car from a repair shop minutes earlier. The shop owner and his son caught Thorton trying to steal wheels from another vehicle. When they confronted him, Thorton jumped in the car, which was there for repairs. He then backed into another vehicle while attempting to flee the scene. The shop owner’s son pursued the stolen vehicle until he came into contact with the officer. The car was entered into the stolen vehicle database at that time Around 2 a.m. today, the same officer came upon the suspect vehicle again on North Timberland Drive near Brookshire Brothers. The officer initiated a traffic stop, but Thorton refused to pull over. Thorton continued north on U.S. 59 toward Nacogdoches at speeds of more than 100 mph. He exited into the DPS weigh station but found the gate locked. He then backed into the officer’s patrol unit and cut through a grassy hill to escape back onto the highway. A short distance later, Thorton used a turnaround to head sound toward Lufkin. An officer successfully spiked three of the four vehicle tires, dropping pursuit speeds to around 30 mph. The officer who initiated the pursuit is certified to perform PIT (pursuit intervention technique) maneuvers. The officer pitted the suspect vehicle on North Timberland near Angelina Animal Hospital to prevent further risk to motorists on the more heavily traveled Timberland Drive. Thorton was taken into custody without incident 17 minutes after the pursuit began. After being medically cleared, he was taken to the Angelina County Jail on charges of unauthorized use of a vehicle and evading arrest. The Angelina County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the incident.

Female Cop Shoots Charging Man With Knife
Aug 01 2020 11 mins  
Female cop shoots man with knife. The Phoenix Police Department has released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes audio, visuals and information related to an officer-involved shooting that happened on June 14, 2020. The suspect from this incident has been identified as 55-year-old Jon David Brouseau. The incident happened at approximately 7:45 p.m. in a parking lot near 43rd Avenue and Union Hills in Phoenix. A 911 caller reported a drunk man armed with a knife was threatening customers inside a grocery store. Officers from the Cactus Park Precinct responded and saw several people pointing to Brouseau who was now walking around the parking lot. The officer contacted Brouseau and immediately noticed that he was armed with a knife. The officer repeatedly told Brouseau to drop the knife. The man ignored the commands and told the officer he would kill her. After almost a minute of walked toward the officer with the knife in hand, Brouseau charged at the officer and she fired her weapon at him. The incident was recorded not only on body-worn camera from the officer but also on the cell phones of several witnesses. Additional officers arrived and were able to handcuff Brouseau and get him medical attention. Brouseau is expected to survive his injuries and will be charged with aggravated assault. There were no other community members injured. The officer who fired her weapon is assigned to the Cactus Park Precinct and has 1 year of service. Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. Please be advised, this video may contain strong language as well as graphic video and images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.

Bodycam video shows man shoot his gun at Phoenix Police - Breakdown
Jul 31 2020 4 mins  
Former police officer talks about incident. The Phoenix Police Department has released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes audio, visuals and information related to an officer-involved shooting that happened on the evening of May 29, 2020. Officers from the Cactus Park Precinct responded to a 911 call at a liquor store near 27th Avenue and Bethany Home Road. The caller indicated a man walked into a liquor store holding a handgun and manipulating the slide. Surveillance video shows the man outside the store, armed with the weapon. The man was later identified as 22-year-old Omar Luna. An officer responded to the location and contacted the 911 caller, learning that Luna was walking around while displaying the handgun and making statements about scaring people. Two additional officers responded, obtaining Luna's description and last known location. They began searching the area and quickly located the suspect walking on a nearby residential street. Body-worn camera footage shows officers attempting to speak with Luna, but he immediately ran from them. Two officers got out of their vehicle and ran after him. As Luna was running away, one of the officers saw him remove a handgun from his shorts and swing it in the direction of the officer. Luna continued running and approached the front door of a home, where he fired the weapon as he tried to open the door. One officer returned fire three times, striking the suspect. Luna continued into the house as officers tried to contact the others inside to make sure they were safe. As officers moved residents out of the house, they saw the man sitting on the floor. He told officers he had accidentally fired the handgun. After the last person left the house, officers had Luna crawl outside where he was detained and provided first aid. The Phoenix Fire Department transported Luna to the hospital where he was treated for his injuries prior to being booked into the Maricopa County Jail. Luna has been charged with one count of Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer. There were no other injuries to community members or officers. The officer who fire his duty weapon is a 23-year-old assigned to the Cactus Park Precinct. He has 2 years of service. Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. Please be advised, this video may contain strong language as well as graphic video and images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.

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