Known for her empathetic approach with the public, officer Jill Marshall was first drawn to law enforcement in high school, and has never second guessed that path. She spoke with us about how she got started, lessons she's learned on the job with the Warwick Police Department and the real story behind her dog's name.
To mark Live PD's 200th episode, A&E Real Crime asked you, the Live PD Nation, what you're just dying to know about host Dan Abrams and analysts Tom Morris Jr. and Sgt. Sean 'Sticks' Larkin. From ride-alongs, to tattoos, to what it is that makes Live PD so special, we asked all three of them some of your best questions.
Glynn Martin is a retired officer from the Los Angeles Police Department and the author of 'Satan's Summer in the City of Angels' about the local community's response to the 'Night Stalker' serial murders. Martin shares his experience as a young cop in the L.A. area during Richard Ramirez's reign of terror with A&E Real Crime.
There's a new epidemic coming to light in Alaska—and in other areas around the U.S.—where hundreds, and possibly thousands, of Native American women are turning up missing or murdered. But legislative, funding and awareness-raising efforts are under way, and the issue is getting some political traction from the #MeToo movement. .
Officers Juan Mercado and John Oliva of the Mission (Texas) Police Department spoke with A&E Real Crime about the challenges of being in law enforcement, their most memorable moments on the job and what they like to do for fun. (Hint: It involves Celine Dion.)
A&E Real Crime spoke to the Richland County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff about some embarrassing moments on the job, the story behind his Twitter handle, what he's learned from other Live PD cops and his work on his department's Community Action Team.