A video of Officer Boatright making a quick connection with some of the citizens Police academy, the connections were better than his skills at mastering the hoverboard!
Chief of Police Gordon Ramsay’s video was shared on the Wichita Police Department’s facebook page stating: Last night at the Spanish Citizen’s Police Academy, Officer Boatright got to try out a hoverboard in the parking lot:
Here’s video of Wichita officers trying out their skills on a youth’s hover board…… and having some laughs. I don’t think we will be implementing hover boards based on officer performance tonight. #communitypolicing
Pictured here is Officer Walter Nejman from the 8th district putting in work while keeping our roads safe. Apparently, this motorist thought that a posted Stop Sign was only a suggestion, and a “slide” would suffice. Uh, no! Also, “not being able to read” really isn’t an excuse – but nice try! Fortunately, P/O Nejman let her off with a warning.
Thanks to mom, Olivia, for the picture [evidence]. If it happens again, we’ll see you guys in court!
If you don’t know it already most Officers have a soft spot for kids so this must have been the highlight of the officers dayweekmonth year! At the very least a story he will remember for a very long time and retell over and over.
Fayetteville, N.C. Police Department K9 Toos and Officer Bettis ready for patrol. Apparently either Officer Bettis forgot to wash his face properly before work or K-9 Toos is really excited about this shift.