The Up-Beat: SRO gets Olympic send-off, K-9 TikTok stardom & other good police news
Here's our latest roundup of stories about cops doing good across the nation
By Police1 Staff
From small gestures of kindness to incredible acts of heroism, police officers help their communities every day. The Up-Beat aims to bring greater attention to these positive stories at a time when we could all use some good news.
Check out our latest roundup of inspiring stories from around the country. Got an uplifting story to share? Email email@example.com.
1. Video: LEO, CO face off in ‘dance battle’ for breast cancer awareness
The Dance Battle between Deputy B (IG: iam.DeputyB) and Ofc. Llerena. From Atlanta to Miami, we came together united to help Fight Breast Cancer and show Awareness. @MDCCorrections @GMA @BreastCancerNow @keepabreast @BCCare #deputyb #miamidadecorrections #breastcancerawareness pic.twitter.com/B9IesSg5TA— iam.deputyb (@IamDeputyB) October 21, 2020
In this tongue-in-cheek video, Deputy B faced off against Corrections Officer Llerena in a dance battle for the ages. Plus, it was all for a good cause. FULL STORY
2. Ga. K-9s become viral TikTok stars
When they’re not serving their community, K-9s Mattis and Raider are busy entertaining – and helping – their millions of fans. FULL STORY
3. SRO training for Olympics gets special send-off from school
When teachers and students learned their school resource officer would be leaving to train for the 2021 Summer Olympics, they knew they couldn't let her go without a special good-bye. FULL STORY
4. Video: NJ cop stops man from jumping off building
“I love you,” Officer Eric Knuttel told the complete stranger he rescued on top of a 13-story parking garage. FULL STORY
5. Video: Ill. cop saves choking infant
“Something like this is going to be on the top of the list for a while. I’m never going to forget it,” Officer Travis Hoguet said. FULL STORY
Police1 is always looking for more stories about cops doing good in their communities. If you have positive news you’d like us to highlight, please share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.