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  • 1998-09-10T04:00:00Z on FOX
  • 60 mins
  • 6 hours, 0 mins (6 episodes)
  • United States
  • English
  • Comedy, Action, Adventure
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Premise:``World's Wildest Police Videos,'' which caught the attention of viewers when it premiered on Fox in 1998 as reality TV was just taking off, aired for three seasons and many years more in syndication. Spike TV's revival in 2012 features new episodes and the return of original host John Bunnell, a retired police officer and former sheriff in Oregon. Bunnell narrates the police videos shot in the U.S. and around the world, often shocking and outrageous footage of high-speed car chases that turn deadly, bank robberies gone wrong, out-of-control riots, international hostage holdups and much more.

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20 episodes

2x01 Episode 1

  • Season Premiere

    1998-09-10T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

2x03 Episode 3

  • 1998-09-24T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

Teens steal a bicycle; undercover police crusisers try to stop a robber on the road; an armed robber stabs a cop; a persuit of a stolen car with stolen license plates; a jewelry store clerk is shot several times; an SUV strikes a fireman; scenes of college students shoplifting the school store; a drunk driver is PITed into a highway sign; a girl is caught in the LA river; an undercover drug sting; a hijacked plane falls into the ocean; undercover police officers meet a determined drug dealer; a drunk driver crashes into a guardrail; a riot; cops lash out at a cop shooter

2x04 Episode 4

  • 1998-09-30T04:00:00Z — 60 mins

A truck's tires are shot out during a chase; the SLOWEST chase ever; a domestic disputer drives the wrong way on the freeway; a drunk driver is on a colision course with San Antonio's Fiesta Week; riot at Central American University; a diabetic driver spins out another vehicle; a bare-chested robber is locked inside a convenience store; $896,518 is found hidden inside a drug dealer's car; robbery in Colorado; scenes of deputies in Lowndes County, GA; citizens in Brazil try to take care of criminals by themselves

2x07 Episode 7

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2x08 Episode 8

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2x09 Episode 9

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2x10 Episode 10

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2x11 Episode 11

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2x12 Episode 12

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2x13 Episode 13

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2x14 Episode 14

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2x15 Episode 15

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2x16 Episode 16

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2x17 Episode 17

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I'm Sheriff John Bunnell.

If you can see the world of crime through the eyes of a police officer, you'd see long stretches of routine, punctuated by moments of sheer terror. It's these moments, and how officers react to them, that could mean the difference between life and death. So buckle up, in the next hour you'll see some of the most terrifying moments police cameras have ever captured.

2x18 Episode 18

  • no air date — 60 mins

I'm Sheriff John Bunnell.

Video form police agencies give officers experience in pressured situations, before they ever hit the streets, because when you roll onto a crime scene, you want to go in armed with knowledge. So get ready, in the next hour you'll see for yourself; Moments officers have studied, moments they must be prepared for, moments they hope will never happen to them.

2x19 Episode 19

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I'm Sheriff John Bunnell.

The presence of cameras at crime scenes is as wide-spread as crime itself. Every day we get more and more footage of crime from police, news, and viewers like yourselves. Some of the clips are terrifying, other are totally bizarre. But they're all real, and they all have something to teach us; So get ready, you're about to get a camera's eye view of the war on crime.

2x20 Episode 20

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I'm Sheriff John Bunnell.

In 27 years in law enforcement, I've learned its never smart to underestimate a criminal. Because weather you're a police officer or an ordinary citizen; If you let your guard down, even for a second, they've got the edge. Now we're going to show you criminals at their most dangerous, and what you can do to keep your guard up. So hang on, things are going to get pretty wild.

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