Police POV

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Police POV
Police POV logo.jpg
Genre Reality
Composer(s) David Velez (5 episodes, 2011), Rob Gokee (2 episodes, 2011)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 8
Executive producer(s) John Brenkus, David Leepson, Mickey Stern
Producer(s) Rob Dorfman, Chris Voos (field producer: on-location footage)Chad Horning (field producer)
Location(s) Cincinnati, Ohio
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Editor(s) Blake Armstrong, David Koenig, Alexandra LoRusso, Sean Mathew, Bryan Planer, Andrew Wardlaw, Jesse Wright
Camera setup AXON camera
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) BASE Productions
Distributor TruTV
Original network TruTV
Original release April 17, 2011 (2011-04-17) – May 6, 2012
External links
Police POV on truTV www.trutv.com/shows/police-pov/index.html

Police POV is an American documentary television series that aired on TruTV and shows police officers in action from a unique perspective: as if the viewer is watching the action through the eyes of the police officer (or from their Point of View.) While it is common practice for police activities to be recorded for training purposes or to be used in a trial, the act is most often performed with fixed cameras mounted on the dashboard of a police vehicle or through the use of a videographer holding a hand-held camera. Police POV instead uses headset-style cameras called an AXON camera with the recording lens close enough to the wearer's eye to give the viewer a direct sightline of the events. The show features officers from the Cincinnati, Fort Smith, and Chattanooga police departments.

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