5. Canadian Cop Comes Across Campers Rocking Out In The Woods, Joins Them
Not really. Because you see, like most other cops out there, Doug is just your average human being. And as it turns out, Doug used to play in a band. So instead of chastising them for disturbing the beavers or something silly, Doug hopped on the drums and jammed out with them.
4. NYPD Cop Buys New Boots For Homeless Guy
“Right when I was about to approach, one of your officers came up behind him. The officer said, ‘I have these size 12 boots for you, they are all-weather. Let’s put them on and take care of you.’ The officer squatted down on the ground and proceeded to put socks and the new boots on this man. The officer expected NOTHING in return and did not know I was watching. I have been in law enforcement for 17 years. I was never so impressed in my life. I did not get the officer’s name."
For all you flip-flop wearing people down South, all-weather boots ain't cheap. He probably just dropped $100 of his own cash, anonymously. And we wouldn't have even known about it had there not been an admirer taking a picture. One thing is for sure, those boots will need a good ozone treatment soon.
3. Officer Pushes Man in Wheelchair Home
Actually, Clark proceeded to push the man 3 blocks through the cold to the nearest bus stop. But he didn't stop there! He then followed the bus to the man's stop near his house, then pushed him another 2 blocks to his home. Officer Clark earned high praise, receiving the elusive Officer Of The Month Award, and having his job title changed to "Flippin' Coolest Cop Everz". (citation needed)
2. Cops Save Deer From Highway, Walk Him To Safety
Not all of us have had the satisfaction of saving wildlife from the jaws of death, and many certainly have not experienced the privilege of walking a majestic deer like a puppy. Sgt. Steven Sandusky has done both of these things.
It began when Officer Jason Rains came across a frightened deer caught on a highway near Kansas City. In the amazing dashcam video below, we can see the panicked doe repeatedly ramming itself into the barrier. Little does she know that it's a 100-ft drop into a river below. Soon Sgt. Sandusky arrived, and the two officers jumped into action.
1. Officer's Good Deed Towards Boy Is His Last
As they talked, Davian said he wanted to play in the NBA. Henwood replied that it takes "hard work." They took their food, walked outside, and waved goodbye.