Everyone loves when local law enforcement gets involved with the community! In the last few years, our boys in blue have really taken a hit reputation wise with all of the major media stories. It is a breath of fresh air to see something about them that is fun and positive. All too often, we as the American public fall into the trap of laying the blame that should be on one person, or on a small group of individuals, and applying it to an entire group as a whole.
They serve the American public with honor and pride, and they do not often get the thanks that they deserve. In that spirit many police stations in the USA decided to do little something to show their softer side and started to do lip sync challenges. The stations challenge one another to up their videos resulting in truly great videos.
Here we decided to give you one of the best straight from Saskatoon PD. The department was not challenged by any one but decided to do the video after members of the community asked them too. They have decided to something a little bit different by starting the video with a retrenchment of a scene from the beloved cop show Brooklyn nine nine.
During the video you can see all the different departments from police pilots to the k9 unite. Check their video below:
Here is their official statement:
“Remember those lip-sync challenges going around amongst Police Services over the last month or so? We do, and at the time we heard from many in our community that we should be getting involved – so we did! And in line with the philosophy that all great things take time, we’re excited to present our lip sync video of Backstreet Boys’ I want it that Way, including a scene re-enactment from Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
We weren’t officially challenged from a Police Service so we won’t be throwing down any challenges ourselves, but if anyone thinks they can one-up our efforts, feel free!Special thanks to everyone who helped make this possible, especially the sworn and civilian members that volunteered their holidays, days off and lunch hours to make this possible.
Special thanks to everyone who helped make this possible, especially the sworn and civilian members that volunteered their holidays, days off and lunch hours to make this possible.”
Check out the original cold open from the show Brooklyn nine nine:
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