Every Friday and Saturday night, the unscripted REELZ television series On Patrol: Live follows along with various law enforcement agencies nationwide as officers work their shifts handling whatever may arise. From intense car chases and home invasions to routine traffic stops and everyday community policing, OP Live is three full hours of non-stop action.

The show aims to showcase the diversity officers experience while on patrol across America. Camera crews are there to ride along and capture live footage of the kinds of things law enforcement deputies and officers deal with while on patrol.

The series is hosted and executive provided by crime analyst Dan Abrams. He's joined by retired Tulsa Police Department Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson, and together, they provide minute-by-minute live commentary and analysis of what's happening on screen.

Some agencies that already appear on the program include the Toledo Police Department, the Nye County Sheriff's Office, and the Daytona Beach Police Department.

And soon, camera crews will be following along with crime taking place in part of northern Colorado. It was just announced that beginning on Friday, October 13, the Weld County Sheriff's Department will join the live reality TV series line-up. Viewers nationwide will get a first-hand look at events unfolding in Greeley, Fort Lupton, Evans, Firestone, Frederick, Severance, and other nearby areas. Weld County is the third-largest county in Colorado.

On Patrol: Live airs Friday and Saturday nights from 7-10 p.m. on REELZ and streams on Peacock.

In a press release regarding the exciting announcement, Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams said, “We are looking forward to allowing the public to see the great work that men and women of the Weld County Sheriff’s office do on a daily basis.”

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