A female police officer and her boss suffered a "cowardly and criminal lynching" by a gang of rampaging youths who then posted videos of the attack online.
The woman – who has not been named – was filmed being kicked around like a rag doll as the gang around her whooped and screamed in the attack in a notoriously bad neighbourhood of Paris.
Earlier in the clip, the youths jumped on top of a car that had been flipped on to its roof.
In the video, an unidentified woman is using Paris street slang to say: "The evening has really gone wrong!
"Goodness! Poor copper!"
The office's colleague was so badly hurt that at one stage he was forced to remove his pistol from its holster, but he did not get a shot off.
The horrifying incident took place in the early hours of Monday following an emergency call in the suburb of Champigny-sur-Marne, to the south east of the French capital.
Queensland Police officer scolds a P-plate driver for allegedly speeding at 215 km/h in a 110 zone.
A Midlands woman allegedly went on crime tear Wednesday that included stealing three vehicles, including a Sheriff’s Office Patrol car, and wrecking them all before being arrested.
Mia Victoria Thornton, 21, has been charged with grand larceny and failure to stop for a blue light and siren, according to the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office, which said other charges are expected.
The incidents allegedly involving the Sumter woman started around 8 a.m. near Eagle Road in Sumter County, the sheriff’s office said.
According to the incident reports, Thornton took her boyfriend’s vehicle without his permission. She reportedly wrecked that vehicle near Eagle Road and began walking toward town.
Police video shows the moment two sisters got arrested within minutes of each other in front of their home for driving drunk.
According to a criminal complaint, a police service aid spotted a car swerving and called for an officer’s assistance. It was last Thursday around 10 p.m.
An Albuquerque Police officer pulled in behind Karina Grajeda, 29, at her home in the South Valley. She told the officer she was at a friend’s house and admitted she had two drinks, then drove. The officer said she almost hit the house and smelled of alcohol.
Karina at one point asks the officer to give her a break.
“I’m already home. Can you just let me go to sleep? Pleeeeeease,” she said.
Moments later, police say another woman in a blue Dodge pulled up to the home, asking what was going on with her sister. That second driver was Kassandra Grajeda, 21, and police say she too appeared drunk.
This is the moment that Topeka Police Department bodycam footage was shown in a news conference regarding the fatal shooting of Dominique White.
Two Wisconsin cops ran toward a burning vehicle and saved two teenagers from the flames.
A police officer was brutally kicked in the face as he tried to arrest a teenage shoplifting suspect.
Stunned Boxing Day shoppers looked on as the assailant kicked the crouching officer and then ran off through the crowded mall.
The violent attack was captured on CCTV as two officers attempted to detain a 16-year-old boy who was on the floor.
Another young person appears to try to intervene but is unable to stop the attacker as he kicks the officer in the head.
The senior constable was taken to hospital to be treated for injuries to his face.
He suffered bruising and was able to return to work the day after Tuesday's attack at the Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne, Australia.
Watch this drunk Lithuanian play a fast one on a group of cops and escape their custody in just the blink of an eye.
Guess his Christmas wasn't so merry after he was caught.
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Even the British police couldn't contain themselves as the Christmas parade in Skipton, UK was going on.
Here's a few police officers I just couldn't silence the beat within them and had to bust out a few moves as the parade went by.
If you honestly believed British police are equipped to handle the onslaught of Muslim migrants besieging their nation, think again.
Take a look at this video showing a police officer running from one of the Muslim migrants that have inundated the nation.
A Spanish police officer sparked fury by knocking a woman to the ground in footage filmed by a shocked onlooker.
The cop, a member of Spain’s National Police, was filmed slapping his victim violently round the face during a tense street encounter in Valencia.
He was facing disciplinary action last night after bosses confirmed they were investigating the incident, said to have taken place in a street called San Juan de la Pena near to the city’s Arena shopping centre.
Actress Leticia Dolera sent a copy of the footage in a tweet to Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido, saying: “Hello @zoidoJI. What is this? We want explanations.”
Christmas Day brought chaos to Australian beaches as thousands of revellers flocked to foreshores for huge boozy parties.
More than 3,000 backpackers gathered at Little Bay, south of Maroubra in Sydney's eastern suburbs, to celebrate the festive season.
At the same time, more than 5,000 descended on St Kilda beach in Melbourne for a day of merriment, leaving rubbish strewn across the foreshore.
573 Italian horsepower vs. two legs of a Japanese cop.
Mississippi police wanted to put this little boy's mind at ease after he watched the Grinch who stole Christmas. Police came to reassure the little boy that they were on duty and that the Grinch had already been arrested.
A man was stabbed after a mass brawl erupted outside a nightclub in a big Mad Friday bust-up.
Footage of the Walsall town centre fight showed dozens of people in the street with punches thrown and drivers having to veer past to avoid knocking them down.
A 20-year-old man was stabbed after the violence flared in Bradford Place just after 5am on Saturday.
The victim was treated at the scene before he was rushed to hospital, the Birmingham Mail reports.
West Midlands Police said his wounds were serious but not life-threatening.
The driver of this little car apparently never watched how to maneuver a police vehicle while traveling at high speeds.
Watch as they attempt to ram a police vehicle and pay the price with their life in the process.
1. Around 4 p.m., shots were fired at a Capitol police officer at 3rd and Mulberry streets. The officer’s vehicle was hit. The officer was not hurt.
2. Shots were fired at a Pennsylvania State trooper at 4th and Market streets. The officer suffered a slight injury. She is expected to be OK.
3. At 17th and Mulberry streets, the gunman engages in a shootout with Harrisburg police and state police, and is killed. No officers are hurt.
Mad Friday erupted in violence as a reveller punches a police officer - but one party-goer was determined to lighten the mood.
Sophie Thomas captured footage of police officers trying to restrain a man in Warrington Town Centre, but it features a pretty hilarious moment.
She was in Warrington with millions of others across the UK to celebrate the last working day before the Christmas holiday begins.
As she was waiting on the kerb outside a bar, things got a little out of hand.
When spotted police officers tackling the man to the ground, she whipped her phone out to capture the scene.
Dramatic movie-style CCTV shows a gang of thugs carrying out a shooting in broad daylight before being chased across a city by police cars and a helicopter.
The crystal-clear footage shows officers trying to track down the four thugs when a 27-year-old man was shot and a second man attacked after a fight broke out.
Violence erupted following an attempted robbery in the Jewellery Quarter, in Birmingham, on May 7 this year.
FROM NEW YORK POST - When a group of bystanders in South Carolina saw a suspect giving a female police officer a rough time, they jumped in and helped subdue the man. Donald Songster Brown was arrested and charged with resisting arrest.
Dramatic dashcam footage shows the moment a teenage driver rammed a police car before speeding along a pavement packed with people during a high-speed chase.
Reece Williams-Brown, 18, hit speeds of 60mph in a 40mph zone after he was spotted driving a stolen Nissan X-Trail on false plates.
The car had been stolen from a driveway in Northfield, Birmingham, on November 12 when traffic cops saw it being driven in the Heartlands area of the city.
Footage shows Williams-Brown being blocked into a cul-de-sac before reversing into the unmarked vehicle - which had its blue lights on - and speeding off.
A motive for the attack has not been identified, but police today said that the driver was a 32-year-old Australian citizen of Afghan origin who has a history of mental health issues and drug use.
They added that it is not believed to be a terror attack and want people to go about their lives in the normal way.
A second man, 24, was arrested at the scene because he was filming the incident and was found to have a number of knives on him.
Victoria Police chief Shane Patton said they had not established any relationship between the two men.
A group of 10 suspected illegal immigrants have been pulled from the back of a lorry in Berkshire.
Police were called to a dual carriageway in Bracknell last week after noises were heard coming from the back of the truck.
Seven men believed to be aged between 18 and 30, two 16 year olds and a 17 year old, who said they were from Iraq, were arrested by police.
The incident happened on the same stretch of Bagshot Road where nine migrants - eight men and a boy - were detained three months ago.
A determined motorcyclist dressed as Santa Claus helped armed police snare a hit-and-run driver after chasing them through Paris.
Police arrested the driver at gunpoint after the brave have-a-go hero raced after the driver when he saw her hit a pensioner at a junction.
She then does everything she can to avoid him as she bolts through the French capital, driving on the wrong side of the road while weaving through traffic and speeding through red lights
The astonishing seasonal drama was all captured on video by the Father Christmas on his helmet-cam.
His video – entitled ‘Hit and Run – the Christmas Vigilante’ – was posted on YouTube after last Friday’s chase in the French capital.
It starts off with Santa waving at people on his Kawasaki bike as he cruises around the Tuileries Garden, close to the Louvre Museum.
Then a young woman in a dark blue Renault Clio is seen causing the accident on the Rue de Rivoli.
She shows no interest at all in the OAP, who was walking with a stick when she hit him, leaving him lying in the middle of the road as she drove away.
At first Santa – who is on a red Kawasaki that matches his costume – successfully waives the driver down.
But as he prepares to make a citizen’s arrest, the woman speeds off, with Santa – complete with white beard and bobble hat – giving chase.
Santa then watches in astonishment as the Clio does everything to avoid him and another driver who witnessed the original accident.
She passes through red lights, and at one stage speeds on the wrong side of the road, while weaving in and out of traffic.
It is only when they get to the Madeleine, the historic Roman Catholic Church close to the British Embassy in Paris, that two police officers become involved.
Following a briefing from Father Christmas, one of the officers points a gun at the female driver’s head, and persuades her to get out.
The bespectacled woman, who appears to be in her 20s, is then promptly arrested, as Santa – who used the name Chris RS online prepares to hand over all his video evidence.
Local police confirmed that a suspect involved in the knocking down of a pedestrian had been arrested, and faced court action.
By Tuesday afternoon, the Chris RS’s video had been watched more than 1.6 million times on YouTube.
Dramatic footage captured the moment a car chased by police smashes into a house and bursts into flames.
Incredibly, 20-year-old driver Liam Southeron and three passengers all walked away from the crash without a scratch.
Video shows the car being driven at around 80mph when it bounces off a home in a massive plume of smoke during a high-speed pursuit.
Southeron was spared jail despite being told someone could have easily died.
His Peugeot struck a house in Bolton, Greater Manchester, causing extensive damage. Luckily, the owners were in bed at the time.
Police Officer Has A Difficult Time Chasing & Taking Down A Suspect!
A Florida police officer was dragged along a road after trying to stop a man who was suspected of taking drugs from driving.
Officer Jon Cusack, from Pembroke Pines Police Department, held onto the door motorist Thomas Cabrera's, 38, car.
Cabrera, of Century Village, Florida, then tore away from the officer who was holding onto his Honda, dragging him along the road at speeds of 60mph according to police.
Police have charged the man driving with attempted murder.
Police pursued the suspect in a chase which went on for 20 miles and involved multiple police forces and a helicopter, before he was eventually caught on the Interstate 595.
The Honda reached speeds of 105mph, according to police.
Drug paraphernalia was found in the car.
Pembroke Pines Police Captain Al Xiques said: 'The irony is that officers all the time respond to save the life of a perfect stranger.
'The outcome was that the officer almost ended up losing his life,' reports the Sun Sentinel.
Police clashed with anti-fascist protesters in Modena on Friday after a demonstration against the arrival of anti-migrant far-right activists turned violent.
A truck driver spotted driving the wrong way fell 40ft off a motorway bridge in a desperate bid to get away from the police who stopped him.
Amazingly the man survived the fall, got up and carried on running from cops - before finally being stopped by a police dog.
The arrest was caught on the officer's bodycam as he approached the man on the I-471 road in Northern Kentucky, USA.
It was around 1am on December 1when the the trucker was pulled over and when police realised he had outstanding warrants they tried to arrest him.
The officer was heard saying: "You're under arrest."
"For what? What?" the man shouted back.
The driver started to run, fell over some debris on the road and then fell about 40ft.
The officer could be heard quickly calling for back up on his radio, with more officers, an ambulance and a police dog arriving, WLWT5 reported.
The driver, identified as Eugene Lydell, 55, of West Palm Beach, Florida, was cited for resisting arrest and s taken to hospital following the fall.
The arresting officer, who has not been named, said: "I thought he was dead.
"When we were looking over the side ... he, he was ... I mean, he fell over and it was a flat smack right on his back.
"I don't know how he's still living."
Four officers from the Austin Police Department, one in a black Santa hat and three others wearing black face masks, led a handcuffed man to an out-of-the-way corner where they tased and punched him, according to video taken by a bystander. The officers arrested the man, Jason Donald, at a convenience store Tuesday evening in downtown Austin, Texas, and led him around the side of the building, according to local news reports.
“The suspect managed to slip one hand out of the handcuffs and had his hands in front of him,” Austin police said in a statement. “The officers and suspect end up going to the ground, while the officers attempt to overcome his resistance and place him back in handcuffs.”
Six videos released Friday by the City of Pasadena show two police officers attempting to subdue Christopher Ballew at a gas station on Nov. 9 before it turned violent.