Next Episode of Cops is
Season 30 / Episode 33 and airs on 22 May 2018 00:00
"COPS", the seminal reality ride-along show that forever changed the TV landscape, has moved to its new "beat" on Spike. This groundbreaking, raw, and realistic series provides unprecedented access into the daily lives and work of police officers, constables, and sheriff's deputies from around the country. "COPS" is one of the longest-running television programs in broadcast history. Produced by Langley Productions. (source: www.spike.com)
An officer in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department assists the fire department with a suspect resisting arrest. Also, a deputy from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department in California follows a suspicious vehicle that refuses to pull over. The deputy finds the vehicle flipped over with one of the suspects trapped inside.
A deputy from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department in California assists fellow officers in a pursuit of a domestic violence suspect. Also, officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department respond to a domestic violence situation between a man and his supposed girlfriend.
Officers from the San Bernadino County Sheriff's Department in San Bernardino, CA respond to a report that someone is breaking into the garage of an empty residence. Also in the episode, deputies from the Palm County Sheriff's Office in Palm County, FL respond to a domestic dispute in progress between two brothers.
An officer in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department follows up on a disturbance call from a local fast food restaurant to find a man with a bloody forehead who is a bit dazed and confused. Also in the episode, officers in the Palm Beach County (FL) Sheriff's Department respond to a domestic violence call between a 52-year-old man and his elderly parents.
An officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police chases a man on foot when he flees after being stopped for jaywalking. In Rialto, CA, a suspect is arrested for a reported robbery, and with the victim able to identify the suspect, her purse is successfully recovered. Also in the episode, the Martin County, FL, Police Department stops a driver with expired tags and an expired license, but they also find illegal substances in the vehicle..
A registered sex offender makes an alleged attempt on a minor and is placed under arrest. Meanwhile, an elderly couple leads officers on a dirt road car chase that ends in serious injuries.
Officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department pursue a bank robber in a car chase through the streets of Vegas. Also in the episode, officers of the Victorville (CA) Police Department of San Bernadino County respond to a call from an armed man threatening to shoot innocent bystanders outside his apartment.
When deputies from the Kern County Sheriff's Department in California search for a suspect wanted for domestic violence and burglary, they end up finding more then they anticipated. Meanwhile, the Brevard County Sheriff's Office in Florida respond to a verbal disturbance over ownership of a van, which eventually turns into an even bigger crime scene between parties.
An officer from Arizona's Tulsa County Sheriff's Office responds to a carjacking by chasing the suspect on foot to detain him. Meanwhile the officers of Florida's Palm Beach County Sheriff's Department settle a domestic dispute between a father and two sons.
Officers with Oregon's Portland Police Bureau respond to a call that a 14-year-old girl and an adult male are having sex in a car, only to find that the girl is actually an 18-year-old prostitute. Meanwhile, an officer from Texas' Amarillo Police Department stops a vehicle in which he finds a female prostitute and a male driver in possession of drugs.
Five undercover officers from the Boynton Beach Police Department in Florida head up a drug sting and bust multiple dealers, while officers at the Harris County Sherriff's Office in Texas attempt to save a dog from a flipped car.
Officers from the Houston Police Department in Texas detain a driver after he attempts to flee from a known drug area and is busted for possession. Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department investigates suspicious behavior outside of an abandoned apartment building and eventually runs into a burglary and drug-bust situation.
Officers from the Harris County Sheriff's Office in Texas respond to a drunk-driving call and discover the suspect has two identities. Meanwhile the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department issues two tickets for misdemeanors related to drugs and alcohol to a woman who backs into a patrol car.
When officers from the Houston Police Department in Texas pull over a suspicious vehicle, an on-foot chase ensues to catch and arrest a suspect for possession. Meanwhile, officers from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to a call involving a toddler riding his bicycle alone in a busy intersection, resulting in a case of finger-pointing between mother and babysitter.
Officers from the Portland Police Bureau in Oregon track down a restraining-order violator after he kicks in the door of a car belonging to his ex's new boyfriend. Meanwhile, officers from the Houston Police Department in Texas inform a man that his new online girlfriend is wanted for a misdemeanor.
When officers from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas are called to investigate a domestic disturbance, they arrive just in time to witness the aggressor drunkenly trying to tackle his opponent. Meanwhile, officers from the Boynton Beach Police Department in Florida arrest a man for disorderly intoxication after he offends passengers with his cell-phone ringtones.
Police officers in Amarillo, TX, bust the suspect of a car robbery after he claims he is protecting the car from the inside. Meanwhile, officers from the Portland Police Bureau in Oregon deal with a case of indecency, and officers in Houston detain a young girl causing trouble in an apartment complex.
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.