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Live PD (season 4)

Season of television series

Live PD
Hosted by
Companion shows
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes65
Original networkA&E
Original releaseSeptember 20, 2019 (2019-09-20) –
May 23, 2020 (2020-05-23)

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List of episodes

The fourth season of the television series Live PD began airing September 20, 2019, on A&E in the United States.[1] The season concluded with the cancellation of the series, on May 23, 2020 and contained 65 episodes.

Departments[edit]

Departments returning from season three[edit]

  • Richland County (SC) Sheriff's Department
  • Salinas (CA) Police Department
  • Lawrence (IN) Police Department
  • East Providence (RI) Police Department
  • Lafayette (LA) Police Department
  • Greene County (MO) Sheriff's Office (Taped Segments only)
  • Nye County (NV) Sheriff's Office
  • Mission (TX) Police Department
  • Williamson County (TX) Sheriff’s Office

Department returning from season one[edit]

Departments debuting in season four[edit]

  • Tallahassee (FL) Police Department
  • Missoula County (MT) Sheriff's Office
  • Jefferson County (AL) Sheriff's Office
  • Terre Haute (IN) Police Department
  • Bradford County (FL) Sheriff's Office
  • Berkeley County Sheriff's Office
  • Pomona (CA) Police Department
  • Volusia County (FL) Sheriffs Office
  • Clay County (FL) Sheriff’s Office
  • West Baton Rouge (LA) Sheriffs Office

Episodes[edit]

Season four premiered on September 20, 2019.[2]

Production[edit]

Ahead of the fourth season premiere on September 19, 2019, it was announced that Live PD would be returning to follow the Tulsa Oklahoma Police Department.[79]Live PD had previously followed the department but they declined the option to renew their original contract when it ended in 2016.[80] The Tulsa city mayor cited a reason for returning as beneficial experience.[81] The Tallahassee Florida Police Department and the Missoula County Montana Sheriff's Office were also both announced to be joining the series.[82][83] On October 17, 2019 it was announced that Live PD would be leaving the Salinas, California police department.[84] Despite recent community backlash at the time, Salinas Mayor said that it was the production companies choice to leave the city stating "I understand they have some offers for other cities that are more exciting and faster-paced, someone told me that we were boring."[85] The decision to leave the city comes less than two months after the network signed a new two-year contract with the department.[86]

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic[edit]

When the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic to be a pandemic on March 11, 2020, Live PD was about to enter a previously scheduled two-week production hiatus following that week's episodes; the show had a hiatus for the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament during its first three seasons. During the prescheduled hiatus, A&E announced some changes to the format of the show, which would require the presenters of the program to work from their own homes. As a result of this change, the Roll Call pre-show was temporarily discontinued after the March 14 episode, and the show itself was temporarily reduced to two hours each on Fridays and Saturdays. The episodes that were aired during the month of April focused on the impact of the pandemic on law enforcement officers. The normal format of the show would be restored beginning with the May 9 episode.

Impact of the killing of George Floyd and related protests[edit]

The 299th and 300th episodes of the show were originally scheduled to air on June 5, and 6, 2020, respectively, with a special episode planned for the 300th on June 6.[87] Five hours before the episode was scheduled to air it was announced that both episodes had been pulled from the schedule amid nationwide protests that were a direct result of the Killing of George Floyd.[88] A&E stated in a press release that the decision not to air the episodes was made "out of respect for the families of George Floyd and others who have lost their lives" as well as the safety of those involved with the production of the series.[89] Repeat episodes of spin-off series Live Rescue aired in the episodes place with new episodes of Live PD tentatively scheduled for June 12, and 13.[90] However, the show was subsequently cancelled on June 10.[91]

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  86. ^@OfficialLivePD (May 27, 2020). "Don't forget, #LivePDNation, #LivePD returns next Friday, June 5th, at 9PM on @AETV, followed by our special 300th episode on Saturday, June 6th!" (Tweet). Retrieved June 5, 2020 – via Twitter.
  87. ^Schineider, Michael (June 5, 2020). "'Live PD,' 'Cops' Pulled from TV Schedules in Light of George Floyd Protests (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved June 5, 2020.
  88. ^Porter, Rick (June 5, 2020). "'Live PD,' 'Cops' Episodes Pulled at A&E, Paramount Network". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved June 5, 2020.
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Full Cast & Crew

Dan Abrams Dan Abrams ...  Self - Host / ... 284 episodes, 2016-2020 Tom Morris Tom Morris ...  Self - Crime Reporter / ... 284 episodes, 2016-2020 Sean 'Sticks' Larkin Sean 'Sticks' Larkin ...  Self - Sgt., Tulsa PD - Gang Unit / ... 207 episodes, 2016-2020 Danny Brown Danny Brown ...  Self - Lt., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 119 episodes, 2017-2020 Angeline Hartmann Angeline Hartmann ...  Self - National Center for Missing and Exploited Children / ... 58 episodes, 2017-2020 Mark Laureano Mark Laureano ...  Self - Cpl., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 57 episodes, 2016-2020 Andrea Zendejas Andrea Zendejas ...  Self - Ofc., El Paso TX Police Department / ... 53 episodes, 2016-2018 Juan Mercado Juan Mercado ...  Self - Ofc., Mission TX Police Department / ... 53 episodes, 2017-2019 Kevin Lawrence Kevin Lawrence ...  Self - Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 49 episodes, 2017-2020 John Oliva John Oliva ...  Self - Ofc., Mission TX Police Department / ... 50 episodes, 2017-2019 Grayson Kennedy Grayson Kennedy ...  Self - Lt., Williamson County TX Sheriff's Office / ... 49 episodes, 2018-2020 Stuart Bishop Stuart Bishop ...  Self - Ofc., Lawrence Police IN Department / ... 49 episodes, 2019-2020 Mike Muscutt Mike Muscutt ...  Self - Ofc., Salinas CA Police Department / ... 45 episodes, 2018-2019 Addy Perez Addy Perez ...  Self - Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 45 episodes, 2016-2020 Donnyray Campbell Donnyray Campbell ...  Self - Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 42 episodes, 2017-2020 Chris Mastrianni Chris Mastrianni ...  Self - Sr. Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 42 episodes, 2017-2020 John Curley John Curley ...  Self - Sgt., Warwick RI Police Department / ... 41 episodes, 2018-2019 Justin Hill Justin Hill ...  Self - Ofc., Tallahassee FL Police Department41 episodes, 2019-2020 Charlie Kingery Charlie Kingery ...  Self - Ofc., Lawrence Police IN Department / ... 37 episodes, 2019-2020 Nick Carmack Nick Carmack ...  Self - Dep., Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office / ... 36 episodes, 2017-2020 Mark Luera Mark Luera ...  Self - Det., Williamson County TX Sheriff's Office / ... 35 episodes, 2019 Kyle Winchell Kyle Winchell ...  Self - Dep., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 34 episodes, 2017-2019 Jeff McElwain Jeff McElwain ...  Self - Dep., Pinal County AZ Sheriff's Office / ... 33 episodes, 2016-2019 Garo Brown Garo Brown ...  Self - Sr. Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 33 episodes, 2017-2019 Todd Poole Todd Poole ...  Self - Trooper, Arizona Department of Public Safety / ... 33 episodes, 2017-2019 Aaron Steere Aaron Steere ...  Self - Ofc., Warwick RI Police Department / ... 34 episodes, 2017-2020 Darrell Ross Darrell Ross ...  Self - Ofc., Tulsa OK Police Department / ... 33 episodes, 2019-2020 Cameron Mitchell Cameron Mitchell ...  Self - Ofc., Salinas CA Police Department / ... 32 episodes, 2018-2019 Brian Smith Brian Smith ...  Self - Ofc., Tallahassee FL Police Department / ... 32 episodes, 2019-2020 Steven Tapler Steven Tapler ...  Self - Sgt., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 32 episodes, 2017-2019 Eric Murphy Eric Murphy ...  Self - Lt., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office / ... 31 episodes, 2018-2020 Chris Blanding Chris Blanding ...  Self - MSTR. Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 30 episodes, 2017-2020 James Craigmyle James Craigmyle ...  Self - Cpl., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 30 episodes, 2017-2019 Denver Leverett Denver Leverett ...  Self - Sgt., Jeffersonville IN Police Department / ... 29 episodes, 2017-2020 James Casey James Casey ...  Self - Trooper, Arizona Department of Public Safety / ... 29 episodes, 2017 Bill Burt Bill Burt ...  Self - Capt., Missoula County MT Sheriff's Office29 episodes, 2019-2020 Morgan Rudderham Morgan Rudderham ...  Self - Dep., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 27 episodes, 2018-2019 Daniel Mulcahy Daniel Mulcahy ...  Self - Sr. Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 27 episodes, 2019-2020 Evan Adams Evan Adams ...  Self - Ofc., Salinas CA Police Department / ... 27 episodes, 2019 Gavin Walmsley Gavin Walmsley ...  Self - Cpl., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 26 episodes, 2017-2020 Craig Sroka Craig Sroka ...  Self - Insp., East Providence RI Police Department / ... 26 episodes, 2019-2020 Jill Marshall Jill Marshall ...  Self - Ofc., Warwick RI Police Department / ... 25 episodes, 2018-2019 Jamey Martinez Jamey Martinez ...  Self - Ofc., Tallahassee FL Police Department / ... 25 episodes, 2019-2020 Mark Pini Mark Pini ...  Self - Dep., Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office / ... 24 episodes, 2017-2019 Shep Shep ...  Self - K9, Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office / ... 25 episodes, 2017-2020 Jake Morris Jake Morris ...  Self - Ofc., Slidell LA Police Department / ... 24 episodes, 2018-2020 Jason Heiney Jason Heiney ...  Self - Ofc., Lawrence Police IN Department / ... 24 episodes, 2019-2020 Eric Omahony Eric Omahony ...  Self - Ofc., Pomona CA Police Department24 episodes, 2020 Tom O'Neil Tom O'Neil ...  Self - Ofc., Jeffersonville IN Police Department / ... 24 episodes, 2017-2019 Felipe Bermudez Felipe Bermudez ...  Self - Ofc., El Paso TX Police Department / ... 23 episodes, 2018 Alex Cox Alex Cox ...  Self - Det., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office / ... 22 episodes, 2018-2019 Deanna Marshall Deanna Marshall ...  Self - Cpl., Jefferson County AL Sheriff's Office / ... 22 episodes, 2019-2020 Erik Elliott Erik Elliott ...  Self - Cpl., Clark County IN Sheriff's Office / ... 21 episodes, 2017-2018 Kristin Boyles Kristin Boyles ...  Self - Cpl., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 21 episodes, 2018-2020 Mark Lamb Mark Lamb ...  Self - Sheriff, Pinal County AZ / ... 21 episodes, 2018-2019 Clint McCall Clint McCall ...  Self - Ofc., Slidell LA Police Department / ... 21 episodes, 2018-2019 Robert Furgal Robert Furgal ...  Self - Cpl., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 21 episodes, 2019-2020 Flex Flex ...  Self - K9, Jeffersonville IN Police Department / ... 21 episodes, 2017-2020 Lor Lor ...  Self - K9, Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 20 episodes, 2017-2019 Chris Ramos Chris Ramos ...  Self - Dep., Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office / ... 20 episodes, 2017-2018 Mike Baker Mike Baker ...  Self - MSTR. Dep., Gwinnett County GA Sheriff's Office / ... 20 episodes, 2018-2020 Nick Williams Nick Williams ...  Self - Sgt., Franklin County OH Sheriff's Office / ... 20 episodes, 2019 Charles Duvall Charles Duvall ...  Self - Dep., Williamson County TX Sheriff's Office / ... 19 episodes, 2018-2020 Cory Fowles Cory Fowles ...  Self - Sgt., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office / ... 19 episodes, 2018-2020 Justin Lawless Justin Lawless ...  Self - Dep., Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office / ... 19 episodes, 2018-2019 Heath Brownell Heath Brownell ...  Self - Ofc., Tulsa OK Police Department19 episodes, 2019-2020 Steven Jacobs Steven Jacobs ...  Self - Trooper, Arizona Department of Public Safety18 episodes, 2017 Tim Mohler Tim Mohler ...  Self - Dfc., Calvert County MD Sheriff's Office / ... 18 episodes, 2017 Tony Moschetto Tony Moschetto ...  Self - Cpl., Calvert County MD Sheriff's Office / ... 18 episodes, 2017 Kenny Fitzsimmons Kenny Fitzsimmons ...  Self - Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 18 episodes, 2018-2020 Jed Pineau Jed Pineau ...  Self - Sgt., Warwick RI Police Department18 episodes, 2018-2019 Mike Reckmeyer Mike Reckmeyer ...  Self - Dep., Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office / ... 18 episodes, 2018-2019 Jason Yelle Jason Yelle ...  Self - Dep., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office / ... 18 episodes, 2018-2019 Curtis Wilson Curtis Wilson ...  Self - Lt., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 17 episodes, 2016-2018 Josh Crosby Josh Crosby ...  Self - Dep., Franklin County OH Sheriff's Office / ... 17 episodes, 2018-2019 Lance Laraby Lance Laraby ...  Self - MSTR. Dep., Gwinnett County GA Sheriff's Office / ... 17 episodes, 2018 Tyler Clark Tyler Clark ...  Self - Cpl., Berkeley County SC Sheriff's Office17 episodes, 2019-2020 Austin Longielire Austin Longielire ...  Self - Dep., Berkeley County SC Sheriff's Office17 episodes, 2019-2020 Russell Callicoat Russell Callicoat ...  Self - Trooper, Oklahoma Highway Patrol / ... 17 episodes, 2019 Paige Rippee Paige Rippee ...  Self - Dep., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 17 episodes, 2019 Yogi Yogi ...  Self - K9, Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office / ... 16 episodes, 2017-2019 Kato Kato ...  Self - K9, Williamson County TX Sheriff's Office16 episodes, 2018-2020 David Boruchowitz David Boruchowitz ...  Self - Lt., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office / ... 16 episodes, 2018-2019 Jason Flora Jason Flora ...  Self - Dep., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 16 episodes, 2018-2019 James Ramos James Ramos ...  Self - Dep., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office16 episodes, 2018 Devin Randle Devin Randle ...  Self - Ofc., Lawrence IN Police Department / ... 16 episodes, 2019-2020 Brandon Sunday Brandon Sunday ...  Self - Cpl., Jefferson County AL Sheriff's Office / ... 16 episodes, 2019-2020 Shreef Erfan Shreef Erfan ...  Self - Ofc., Pomona CA Police Department / ... 16 episodes, 2020 J.D. Denton J.D. Denton ...  Self - Dfc., Calvert County MD Sheriff's Office / ... 15 episodes, 2017 Jake Elderkin Jake Elderkin ...  Self - Ofc., Warwick RI Police Department15 episodes, 2018-2019 Carl Scharpf Carl Scharpf ...  Self - Dep., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 16 episodes, 2018-2019 Brandon Simmons Brandon Simmons ...  Self - Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 15 episodes, 2019-2020 Steve Zubkoff Steve Zubkoff ...  Self - Cpl., Berkeley County SC Sheriff's Office15 episodes, 2019-2020 David Moreno David Moreno ...  Self - Sgt., Utah Highway Patrol / ... 14 episodes, 2016-2019 Alyssa Wright Alyssa Wright ...  Self - Ofc., Jeffersonville IN Police Department / ... 14 episodes, 2017 Bryan Cooper Bryan Cooper ...  Self - Dep., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office / ... 14 episodes, 2018-2020 Aaron Williamson Aaron Williamson ...  Self - Dep., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office14 episodes, 2018-2020 Tommy Connell Tommy Connell ...  Self - Dep., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 14 episodes, 2018-2019 T.J. Tavares T.J. Tavares ...  Self - Ofc., Warwick RI Police Department14 episodes, 2018-2019 Tracy Cantrell Tracy Cantrell ...  Self - Capt., Lawrence Police IN Department / ... 14 episodes, 2019-2020 Adam Hazelwood Adam Hazelwood ...  Self - Ofc., Lawrence IN Police Department / ... 14 episodes, 2019-2020 Kyle Graves Kyle Graves ...  Self - Ofc., East Providence RI Police Department / ... 14 episodes, 2019 Rodney Cavanaugh Rodney Cavanaugh ...  Self - Ofc., Pomona CA Police Department14 episodes, 2020 Rebecca Loeb Rebecca Loeb ...  Self - Dep., Lake County IL Sheriff's Office / ... 13 episodes, 2017-2018 Mitch Bollenbacher Mitch Bollenbacher ...  Self - Cpl., Pasco County FL Sheriff's Office13 episodes, 2018-2019 Tim Lipka Tim Lipka ...  Self - Ofc., Warwick RI Police Department13 episodes, 2018-2019 Bryce Hughes Bryce Hughes ...  Self - MSTR. Dep., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 13 episodes, 2019-2020 Jeff Valentine Jeff Valentine ...  Self - Sgt., Franklin County OH Sheriff's Office / ... 13 episodes, 2019 Josh Robinson Josh Robinson ...  Self - Cpl., Richland County SC Sheriff's Department / ... 12 episodes, 2017-2019 Wes Harper Wes Harper ...  Self - Ofc., Clark County IN Sheriff's Office / ... 12 episodes, 2017-2018 Nemo Nemo ...  Self - K9, Williamson County TX Sheriff's Office / ... 12 episodes, 2018-2020 Michael Connelly Michael Connelly ...  Self - Dep., Nye County NV Sheriff's Office12 episodes, 2018-2019 Dustin Kendrick Dustin Kendrick ...  Self - Dep., Greene County MO Sheriff's Office / ... 12 episodes, 2018-2019 Matt Moretti Matt Moretti ...  Self - Ofc., Warwick RI Police Department / ... 12 episodes, 2018-2019 Robert Chody Robert Chody ...  Self - Sheriff, Williamson County Texas / ... 12 episodes, 2019-2020 Ryan Cute Ryan Cute ...  Self - Ofc., East Providence RI Police Department / ... 12 episodes, 2019 Jacob Mount Jacob Mount ...  Self - Ofc., East Providence RI Police Department / ... 12 episodes, 2019 Mystal Perkins Mystal Perkins ...  Self - Trooper, Oklahoma Highway Patrol12 episodes, 2019 Chad Biernacki Chad Biernacki ...  Self - Dep., Walton County FL Sheriff's Office11 episodes, 2017-2019
Sours: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6225166/fullcredits
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Departments

Law enforcement departments featured on Live PD

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Season 1

Season 2

  • Pasco County (FL) Sheriff’s Office
  • Greene County (MO) Sheriff’s Office
  • Slidell (LA) Police Department
  • Mission (TX) Police Department
  • El Paso (TX) Police Department
  • Nye County (NV) Sheriff’s Office
  • Warwick (RI) Police Department
  • Richland County (SC) Sheriff’s Department

Season 3

  • East Providence (RI) Police Department
  • Greene County (MO) Sheriff’s Office
  • Lafayette (LA) Police Department
  • Lawrence (IN) Police Department
  • Oklahoma Highway Patrol
  • Richland County (SC) Sheriff’s Department
  • Salinas (CA) Police Department
  • Williamson County (TX) Sheriff’s Office
  • Pasco County (FL) Sheriff’s Office
  • Mission (TX) Police Department
  • El Paso (TX) Police Department
  • Nye County (NV) Sheriff’s Office
  • Warwick (RI) Police Department
  • Franklin County (OH) Sheriff’s Office
  • U.S. Marshal Service (NY)
  • Santa Fe (NM) Police Department

Season 4

Sours: https://livepd.org/departments/
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Live PD

American television series documenting law enforcement in real-time

Live PD is an American television program that aired on the A&E Network from 2016 to 2020. It followed police officers in the course of their patrols live, broadcasting select encounters with the nation.[3] The show was hosted by Dan Abrams with analysis provided by Tom Morris Jr. and LT. Sean "Sticks" Larkin.

The program premiered on October 28, 2016, with an initial order from A&E for four two-hour episodes.[2] On February 1, 2017, A&E announced that the season would be expanded to 21 episodes.[4] The first season concluded on August 19, 2017, with the second season premiering on October 6, 2017. The second season concluded on August 25, 2018, with the third season premiering on September 21, 2018; that same month, A&E renewed the series for an additional 150 episodes, to run through 2019.[5] The fourth season premiered on September 20, 2019.[6] On May 7, 2020, the series was renewed for an additional 160 episodes.[7] However, on June 10, 2020, A&E canceled the series in the wake of protests against police brutality following the murder of George Floyd and the destruction of the video footage of the killing of Javier Ambler.[8]

At the time of cancellation, Live PD was the most watched show on A&E and the most watched show on cable during prime time on Friday.[9] After the cancellation of Live PD, A&E's viewership went down 49% in the following months.[10] On August 21, 2020, A&E began airing new episodes of spin-off series Live Rescue, which focuses on firefighters and EMTs, on Friday and Saturday nights in the same time slot.[11][12]

Overview[edit]

Live PD is hosted by Dan Abrams, the chief legal affairs anchor for ABC News.[1][13] The program features live video feeds from multiple law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. Current departments include the Lawrence Police Department, Clay County Sheriff's Office, Richland County Sheriff's Department, Tulsa Police Department, Williamson County Sheriff's Office, Berkeley County Sheriff's Department, and the Pomona Police Department.[14]

Abrams is joined in-studio by two co-analysts: former Washington, D.C., special police officer and crime reporter Tom Morris Jr.[15] and Sgt. Sean "Sticks" Larkin of the Tulsa PD. Occasionally, the trio are joined by a law enforcement officer that has been featured on the show in the field.

Because of the risk of confidential or otherwise inappropriate material being aired, A&E imposes a broadcast delay on the show which may range from a few seconds to several minutes.[16]

Live PD was frequently the top-rated cable program on Friday and Saturday nights.[17]

Throughout the month of April 2020, Live PD was broadcast under an amended format which focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on police officers and first responders. In June 2020, A&E pulled episodes from their schedule in the wake of the George Floyd's murder while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota.[18]

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Live PD episodes

Notable incidents[edit]

Due to the nature of live television, Live PD has captured incidents that may not have been aired on a traditional law enforcement program. One such event that received coverage was Bridgeport Police Department Sergeant Chris Robinson breaking down on camera after learning 13-month-old Michael Citron, suffering from an adverse reaction to antihistamine medication, had died following Robinson escorting an ambulance carrying the child to a local hospital.[20]

In another incident, a family claimed to have recognized their loved one, 37-year-old Benjamin Johnson, deceased on television after what the Richland County Sheriff's Department said was a drug deal gone wrong.[21] Two men were arrested in the case.

In an incident on a July 8, 2017 episode, Senior Deputy Chris Mastrianni was called to a fight in progress at a large house party when a car leaving the party passed him going about 90 mph. Mastrianni attempted to stop the vehicle, which then evaded him for several minutes. The car then turned a corner before jumping a curb, hitting a power pole's support wire and rolling over. The driver then crawled out the window of his vehicle with his 2-year-old daughter in his arms, and began fighting with Mastrianni. The man released his child, who was taken to safety by the Live PD field producer. After several minutes, Cpl. Mark Laureano and Senior Deputy Katelyn Jasak arrived on scene and aided Mastrianni in handcuffing and arresting the man, as well as pushing back the rapidly growing crowd of bystanders. The toddler received a broken arm in the incident.[22][23]

On the November 16, 2018 broadcast, deputies of the Franklin County Sheriff's Office in Ohio were shown serving an arrest warrant to theft suspect Storm Wisener.[24] When the deputies located her and allowed her to put some clothes on before being transported to jail, a TV in the room they were in could be heard loudly playing a sex scene from the Shameless episode "Church of Gay Jesus," complete with the sounds of Emmy Rossum's character, Fiona, moaning in pleasure. Shortly afterward, Abrams remarked, "So it seems Storm has been captured, but maybe Stormy was in the background there."[25]

In June 2020, it was revealed that Live PD had destroyed footage related to the March 28, 2019 police killing of Javier Ambler.[26] Ambler, a 40-year-old black man, did not stop when deputies tried to pull him over for failing to dim his headlights.[27][28] When Ambler finally left his car with his hands raised, he was tased multiple times and pinned by police, while pleading for his life and saying that he could not breathe.[26][27] The network said it was "evaluating" the program in the wake of the worldwide George Floyd protests. In September 2020, Williamson County, Texas Sheriff Robert Chody was indicted and arrested by the county for evidence tampering charges after allegedly destroying video evidence of Ambler in police custody.[29] Chody was indicted by neighboring Travis County on April 1, 2021, two days after the county indicted two of his former deputies on manslaughter charges for their actions.[30][31]

Cancellation[edit]

In May 2020, A&E ordered 160 new episodes of Live PD.[32] After the killing of George Floyd and the riots and protests in response, A&E halted production of new shows on June 6. On June 9, Abrams said on Twitter "To all of you asking whether #LivePD coming back. . .The answer is yes. All of us associated with the show are as committed to it as ever."[33]

However, on June 10, 2020, A&E and producers Big Fish Entertainment announced that Live PD would cease production, effective immediately.[34] In a statement, A&E said "This is a critical time in our nation’s history and we have made the decision to cease production on Live PD. Going forward, we will determine if there is a clear pathway to tell the stories of both the community and the police officers whose role it is to serve them. And with that, we will be meeting with community and civil rights leaders as well as police departments."[35]Variety reported that A&E executives felt they had no choice after Paramount Network canceled Cops, even though they thought Live PD was a very different show.[36]

Abrams appeared in several media outlets after the show was canceled, defending the show and its portrayal of police. He said he was "shocked & beyond disappointed" about its cancellation and added, "To the loyal #LivePDNation please know I, we, did everything we could to fight for you, and for our continuing effort at transparency in policing. I was convinced the show would go on."[37] He said, "I think that it's very troubling that we're suddenly in a culture where all police officers have to … suffer for the sins of a few. And I say that for every group, it's not just police officers. That doesn't mean we don't have to have a discussion about the inequities in our society. And not just a discussion – action. There should be changes. … There's a real positive change in many ways going on in this country, but there's also an overreaction going on. And I think that that's what 'Live PD' suffered from."[38] He also said Live PD was a documentary-style show, not an entertainment show like Cops, and that the Live PD crew treated it very seriously.[39]

At the time of cancellation, Live PD was the most popular show on A&E. In the month following its cancellation, viewership on A&E was down 49%.[40]

Associated programs[edit]

A few other associated programs have aired, including:

  • Live PD: Rewind: A previous episode of Live PD that has been edited down to about one hour.[41]
  • Live PD: Police Patrol: A half-hour, unhosted format that shows unaired footage and highlights from previous episodes.[42] This series is currently in its fourth season.
  • Live PD: Roll Call: A six-minute preview that airs an hour before that night's episode, includes that night's lineup of departments and officers and a previously unaired clip.[43]
  • Live PD Presents: Women on Patrol: A program depicting policing activities, focusing on the female members of law enforcement's perspective.[44]
  • Live PD Presents: PD Cam: Features events captured by police body, dash, helicopter and associated surveillance cameras. Hosted by Sean 'Sticks' Larkin. Episodes run a half-hour each.[45] This series is now in its second season.[46]
  • PD Stories Podcast: A one-hour podcast hosted by Tom Morris Jr. The show revolves around interviewing members of law enforcement and personnel from associated organizations.[47][48]
  • Live Rescue: Features live camera crew ride-alongs with fire departments and rescue squads in cities and towns across the country. This series premiered on Monday, April 22, 2019 at 9PM on the A&E Network.
  • Live PD Presents: Top Ten Police Vehicles: A television special hosted by Sgt. Sean "Sticks" Larkin counting down the top ten police vehicles from around the world. It aired on July 9, 2019 on the History Channel.[49]
  • Live PD: Wanted: Law enforcement agencies are profiled during their searches for some of the most wanted fugitives throughout the United States. This series premiered on Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 10PM on the A&E Network and is hosted by Tom Morris, Jr.[50] On February 13, 2020, it was announced that the second season will premiere on February 27, 2020.[51]

Syndication[edit]

Edited half-hour episodes of the series began to be distributed by Sony Pictures Television in the 2018–19 season in broadcast syndication under the title Live PD: Police Patrol (including previous episodes of Women on Patrol); they were edited for content to meet daytime broadcast syndication standards to feature no audible commentary, and merely connected each segment with text of where the segment originated, along with the dispatched crime. The syndicated episodes were also a part of the national lineup of The CW Plus. A week after the cancellation of the parent series, SPT confirmed that Live PD: Police Patrol would be withdrawn from syndication after June 19, 2020.[52]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Departments of live list pd

'Live PD' a mixed bag to cities, counties featured on show

By Matt Neuman
Missoulian, Mont.

MISSOULA COUNTY, Mont. — "Live PD" has proven a mixed bag for cities and counties featured on the hit reality-TV crime show.

Some police departments and sheriff’s offices have touted increased recruitment and public support after being filmed and broadcast live to the nation. But others have seen lawsuits, increased officer danger and pushback from citizens who felt the show focused on the worst parts of their hometowns.

The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office recently entered into a contract with “Live PD,” allowing the show unfettered access to its day-to-day operations. In a statement, MCSO said it was honored to be featured on the show beginning Sept. 20.

But at least three jurisdictions have been sued by people filmed on the show, and others have reported impeded investigations, officers being distracted in dangerous situations, and negative publicity. Those issues are also accompanied by concerns of people being treated and portrayed as guilty, rather than allowing for a judge or jury to decide that, tarnishing the reputations of people falsely accused or acquitted.

In Streetsboro, Ohio, a suburb of Akron, Police Chief Darin Powers eventually decided to end the contract with the show’s producer, Big Fish Entertainment, in 2018 after it began to cost the department money.

Because filming crews were crowding the patrol cars, additional officers were needed to transport suspects, leading to manpower and overtime issues, Powers told the Columbus Dispatch at the time.

Beyond the fiscal costs, Streetsboro City Council member John Ruediger was concerned about the social costs of having crime in his city broadcast nationwide.

“In the very first episode, there was an incident with some adults but there were children in the shot, and none of their faces were blurred out,” Ruediger told the Missoulian. “One of the big concerns I had was these kids have to go to school the next day and how awful it could be for a child if their parent is involved in something horrific and it’s all over national TV with their faces unblurred. And they could be ridiculed or tormented or anything else.”

At least six other jurisdictions have canceled or chosen not to renew contracts with the show.

Some residents have been sad to see the show leave their towns. Pasco County, Florida, decided not to renew its contract, and when the Sheriff's Office announced the decision on Facebook, thousands of disappointed residents commented on the post.

Recently in Texas, Williamson County Commissioners unanimously canceled its contract with the show, despite pushback from its sheriff, because the show refused to give up its ability to destroy tapes that could be used in trials. Both prosecutors and defense attorneys spoke out against the show and its practices there.

In Tulsa, Oklahoma, the chief of police decided against renewing the contract with “Live PD” in 2017, saying that hosting the show was not in the best interest of the department.

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum also voiced his support of kicking the show out of the city after watching a video in which Tulsa Police wrestled on the ground with a suspect holding a handgun. Bynum said he saw camera crews as a distraction to police in that kind of intense, dangerous situation.

“(The chief's) job and my job is to keep the citizens of Tulsa safe, not providing fodder for reality TV,” Bynum told the Tulsa World.

While negative publicity may have been the worst Tulsa saw, a lawsuit in Connecticut and two in South Carolina have meant taxpayers are footing the bill for cities and counties sued by suspects who were filmed.

Two separate incidents on the same day in Greenville County, South Carolina, each resulted in lawsuits. Both incidents were characterized by the suspects as racially motivated. In one lawsuit against the sheriff's office and "Live PD," Frederick West said he and a group of friends were accosted by deputy sheriffs while hanging out in his front yard. He alleged that deputies didn't find anything on him but proceeded to search his property until they eventually found drugs, resulting in drug trafficking charges that were later dropped, the Miami Herald reported.

Despite the charges being dropped, the incident involving West continued to be aired nationwide "countless numbers of times," causing "irreparable harm" until the show stops airing the segment, the lawsuit alleged.

In the other suit, a man whose car was rear-ended by deputies and then searched was portrayed as a criminal on the show, despite deputies finding nothing in his car. The deputy involved continued to talk about the man as if he were a criminal, “suggesting that he happened to get away with a crime this time," according to the lawsuit. The man is suing the sheriff's office, Big Fish Entertainment, and the show's broadcaster A&E.

In Spokane, Washington, the city council created barriers to "Live PD" operating there in order to preserve the privacy rights of its residents and prevent excessive negative publicity.

In the ordinance passed by the council in March 2018, TV shows embedded with police must obtain a local business license, maintain liability insurance and obtain consent from the suspects they film. Suspects who are intoxicated or show signs of mental illness will not be able to give consent to be broadcast, the Spokesman Review reported.

The ordinance also allows police to make production crews stop filming at the officers' discretion. The contract Missoula County Sheriff's Office signed does not allow for such officer discretion, and grants Big Fish complete access to everything, down to the locker room.

©2019 Missoulian, Mont.

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List of departments and officers followed on Live PD

DepartmentJurisdictionMetropolitan areaNo.First episodeLast episodeArizona Department of Public SafetyArizonaPhoenix/Tucson57S01E01: "10.28.16"S01E62: "08.19.17"Bridgeport Police DepartmentBridgeport, ConnecticutNew York8S01E01: "10.28.16"S01E08: "12.09.16"Richland County Sheriff's DepartmentRichland County, South CarolinaColumbia256S01E01: "10.28.16"CurrentTulsa Police DepartmentTulsa, OklahomaTulsa40S01E01: "10.28.16"S01E13: "01.27.17"S04E01: "09.20.19"CurrentUtah Highway PatrolUtahSalt Lake City29S01E01: "10.28.16"S01E09: “12.16.16”S01E35: “04.28.17”S01E40: “05.13.17”S02E01: “10.06.17”S02E31: "02.02.18"Walton County Sheriff's OfficeWalton County, FloridaCrestview–Fort Walton Beach–Destin26S01E01: "10.28.16"S01E32: "04.15.17"Warren County Sheriff's OfficeWarren County, KentuckyBowling Green6S01E08: "12.09.16"S01E13: "01.27.17"Mission Police DepartmentMission, TexasMcAllen–Edinburg–Mission83S01E10: "01.06.17"S01E49: "07.07.17"S02E75: "08.10.18"S03E40: "02.02.19"S04E18: "11.15.19"CurrentMidland County Sheriff's OfficeMidland County, TexasMidland–Odessa10S01E12: "01.20.17"S01E44: "06.10.17"Edmonson County Sheriff's OfficeEdmonson County, KentuckyBowling Green2S01E14: "02.03.17"S01E15: "02.04.17"Calvert County Sheriff's OfficeCalvert County, MarylandWashington, D.C.-Arlington-Alexandria38S01E14: "02.03.17"S01E58: "08.05.17"Logan County Sheriff's DepartmentLogan County, KentuckyBowling Green3S01E16: "02.10.17"S01E32: "04.15.17"St. Tammany Parish (LA) Sheriff's OfficeSt. Tammany Parish, LouisianaNew Orleans11S01E16: "02.10.17"S01E27: "03.25.17"Clark County Sheriff's OfficeClark County, IndianaLouisville19S01E19: "02.24.17"S02E38: "03.03.18"Santa Rosa County Sheriff's OfficeSanta Rosa County, FloridaPensacola1S01E29: "04.07.17"S01E29: "04.07.17"Greenville County Sheriff's OfficeGreenville County, South CarolinaGreenville31S01E30: "04.08.17"S01E62: "08.19.17"Jeffersonville Police DepartmentJeffersonville, IndianaLouisville46S01E35: "04.28.17"S02E40: "03.10.18"Wakulla County Sheriff's OfficeWakulla County, FloridaTallahassee6S01E46: "06.17.17"S01E62: "08.19.17"Spokane County Sheriff's OfficeSpokane County, WashingtonSpokane28S01E47: "06.23.17"S01E62: "08.19.17"S02E11: "11.10.17"S02E22: "12.16.17"Lake County Sheriff's OfficeLake County, IllinoisChicago17S01E52: "07.15.17"S02E21: "12.15.17"El Paso Police DepartmentEl Paso, TexasEl Paso99S02E01: "10.06.17"S03E21: "11.24.18"Pasco County Sheriff's OfficePasco County, FloridaTampa131S02E01: "10.06.17"S03E50: "03.09.19"[2]Streetsboro Police DepartmentStreetsboro, OhioAkron6S02E02: "10.07.17"S02E10: "11.04.17"Pinal County Sheriff's OfficePinal County, ArizonaPhoenix51S02E02: "10.07.17"S02E75: "08.04.18"Slidell Police DepartmentSlidell, Louisiana New Orleans45S02E23: "01.05.18"S02E56: "05:13:18"S02E41: "02.08.19"S03E56: “04.13.19”Nye County Sheriff's OfficeNye County, NevadaLas Vegas119S02E23: "01.05.18"S03E50: "03.09.19"S04E12: "10.25.19"CurrentFort Bend County Sheriff's OfficeFort Bend County, TexasHouston11S02E34: "02.17.18"S02E51: "04.27.18"Greene County Sheriff's OfficeGreene County, MissouriSpringfield98S02E41: "03.16.18"S03E17: "11.10.18"S3E51: "03.29.19"S3E90: “08.24.19”Gwinnett County Sheriff's OfficeGwinnett County, GeorgiaAtlanta28S02E53: "05.04.18"S02E82: "08.25.18"Warwick Police DepartmentWarwick, Rhode IslandProvidence89S02E57: "06.01.18"S03E65: "05.11.19"Salinas Police Department[3]Salinas, CaliforniaSalinas101S03E01: "09.21.18"S04E11: "10.19.19"Franklin County Sheriff's OfficeFranklin County, OhioColumbus48S03E18: "11.16.18"S03E65: "05.11.19"Williamson County Sheriff's OfficeWilliamson County, TexasAustin69S03E22: "11.30.18"S03E90: “08.24.19”Oklahoma Highway PatrolOklahomaOklahoma City/Tulsa40S03E51: "03.29.19" [4]S03E90: "08.24.19"Lawrence Police DepartmentLawrence, IndianaIndianapolis61S03E56: "04.19.19"CurrentUnited States Marshals ServiceUnited StatesNew York1"Wanted" Episode (Guest Appearance)East Providence Police DepartmentEast Providence, Rhode IslandProvidence52S03E66: "05.31.19"S04E27: ”12.14.19”Santa Fe Police DepartmentSanta Fe, New MexicoSanta Fe10S03E66: "05.31.19"S03E74: "06.22.19"Lafayette Police DepartmentLafayette, LouisianaLafayette26S03E75: "07.12.19"S04E11: "10.19.19"Tallahassee Police DepartmentTallahassee, FloridaTallahassee27S04E01: "09.20.19"CurrentMissoula County Sheriff's OfficeMissoula County, MontanaMissoula27S04E01: "09.20.19"CurrentJefferson County Sheriff's OfficeJefferson County, AlabamaBirmingham16S04E12: "10.25.19"S04E27: “12.14.19”Terre Haute Police DepartmentTerre Haute, IndianaTerre Haute10S04E18: "11.15.19"CurrentBradford County Sheriff's OfficeBradford County, FloridaGainesville10S04E18: "11.15.19"CurrentBerkeley County Sheriff's DepartmentBerkeley County, South Carolina Charleston10S04E18: "11.15.19"Current
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