In the wake of major hurricanes that have ravaged Texas, Florida and many parts of the Caribbean, including most recently, Puerto Rico, retired Miami-Dade Police Major Rey Valdes shares his experience policing in the aftermath of 1992's Hurricane Andrew.
Captain Roger Sankerdial, now 16 years into his service and working out of the 114th precinct in Astoria, Queens, shares the experience of being deployed on September 11, a mere ten weeks after beginning his police training, with writer Adam Janos.
When the concept of a citizen's arrest comes up in casual conversation, most people think it's a joke or a myth. Can a citizen who isn't a law-enforcement official really arrest someone at their will? We asked Live PD analyst Tom Morris Jr. about this mysterious practice.