Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Pressure Relief!

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After six months in the police academy, Class 203 graduated on June 16, 2009. As you may imagine, the pressure of finishing and getting the badge pinned on their shirts, boils down to the final day when it actually happens. I like to film a little piece I call "Pressure Relief!" It's a chance to have a little fun with the graduating cadets after six months of intense training. As usual the cadets obliged.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome...great video. I love that HPD has a sense of humor. Police are not all serious and mean people. HPD rocks! Love the blog videos and pictures. I am only 16, but one day I hope to be a policeman like you guys.

Anonymous said...

Funny stuff. HPD is cool...

Anonymous said...

When is LT. going to buy some Doughnuts for the cadets....LOL..Congrats 203..just kidding LT...

Senior Officer M. McCoy said...

I am sure LT will buy donuts for everyone if you ask nicely....

Anonymous said...

I hear that the LT is going to another assignment. We will miss you LT. Good luck and thanks for putting out such a great group of officers over the last few years!

Anonymous said...

Great video. I love that you put funny stuff on the blog and it is not all boring news and stuff. I read your blog everyday and hope to be a police officer one day.

Anonymous said...

Haha I love the LT at the end.. miss ya sir!

Smiley

Senior Officer M. McCoy said...

To the person who continues to inquire about Officer "C", please email your questions rather than use the comment forum to ask the question. My email address is officermccoy@gmail . I will be happy to answer the question for you.

Anonymous said...

We will miss you out here LT. Love the donut clip!

Anonymous said...

Funny video. Love the blog!

Anonymous said...

too funny. see ya at westside l.t.

Anonymous said...

Daily, I constantly am reminded on how rewarding it is to be a police officer. I am stongly considering on becoming an officer. Right now I am a sophomore in college and I really would love to become an officer.. Thanks officer Mike for all you do.