Alaska State Troopers S2 E10: Operation Moose Decoy

Seasonal crime in Alaska brings an influx of fleeing suspects as Alaska State Troopers attempt to hunt down eluding criminals and bring them to justice.

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34 thoughts on “Alaska State Troopers S2 E10: Operation Moose Decoy

  1. I found all the cops in this episode extremely well mannered and I think they make excellent cops.
    Guns pointed towards the ground, and instructions said clearly and without anger, but with authority.
    The academy that teaches these cops I believe must be a very good academy.

  2. 🤗 ♥ Poor girl 👧 ❤️🤗I also can't understand why the driver and the passenger (the Red shirt guys) wanted to fight the other people (on the other side of the fence) that just wanted to help the people in the car accident… Unbelievable…😑😑😮😮

  3. Regardless of where you're from … Lights and siren always means pull-over!
    I've done Traffic Control… Tourists that say "I didn't know!" …what krap! A person with a red (octagonal, is international) sign with a hand up, means stop!!!
    Same with lights and bells behind you!!!
    Oddly, they'll have very little English…

  4. So great to hear the Dutch words: Plaats, Foei and los.
    I don`t think they are being used the right way.
    Plaats means: On your place or go to your place
    Foei means: no good. The dog does something wrong. Foei means something like "bad boy" fault, no good.
    And "Los" means: let go. If a dog is biting, he must let go.

    I think its a shame that your dogs/k9`s are being trained with foreign commands.

    I`m sorry if i made any mistakes wrinting this. I`m Dutch 🙂

  5. I think that dog might be a swedish dog, since he is using commands in swedish at times like "fy" and "loss". Fy is a word not translateable and means sort of "bad dog" and loss means "loose". But loss is used when you want a dog to release something.

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