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Alaska State Troopers

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Patrolling America's largest state is the job of roughly 400 troopers in one of the toughest law enforcement agencies in the nation. Essentially, these cops say, nearly every Alaskan resident is armed and they know how to use their weapons, which makes any scenario a trooper encounters a potentially fatal one. Follow along as the "blue shirt" Alaskan State Troopers police the towns and villages, and the "brown shirt" Alaska Wildlife Troopers enforce regulations covering both commercial and sport fishing and hunting activities.

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aired 4 days ago
Pursuing a stolen vehicle in icy conditions; a car accident involving a moose; searching for a burglary suspect.
aired 4 days ago
A fresh take on a classic episode with new insights from fan-favorite troopers.
aired 4 days ago
Troopers reflect on some memorable cases, like policing a huge party in the wilds of Alaska and racing to the rescue of a fellow trooper in need.
aired 4 days ago
A high-speed chase with a dangerous and wanted man; routine traffic stops that are not what they seem; troopers strip down for the frigid arctic waters; wildlife patrol; road conditions wreak havoc.
aired 4 days ago
Recreation is at its peak in Alaska, but as summer smolders on, so does trouble.
aired 11 days ago
The most bizarre, extreme and toughest calls the troopers have faced.
aired 11 days ago
The troopers start their shift in the dangerous region of the Mat-Su Valley.
aired 11 days ago
Troopers reflect on their most memorable cases and find themselves up against a massive challenge.
aired 11 days ago
A fresh take on a classic episode with new insights from some fan-favorite troopers.
aired 11 days ago
Troopers are on hand to monitor the Iditarod Sled Dog Race; a woman scorched by bonfire flames; searching for a wanted armed man through backcountry roads.
aired 18 days ago
Tracking down thieves through snowy backwoods; a mysterious blaring horn; an armed and aggressive home intruder.
aired 18 days ago
A woman in distress stuck on a rocky cliff; dealing with erratic drivers and disturbance calls; keeping the streets and forests of Alaska safe.
aired 18 days ago
A fresh take on a classic episode with new insights from some fan-favorite troopers.
aired 18 days ago
A fresh take on a classic episode with new insights from some fan-favorite troopers.
aired 18 days ago
A high intensity situation unfolds when shots are fired at the Alaska State Troopers.
aired 18 days ago
Investigating illegal fur trappers in the Denali wilderness; a hunter using unlawful bait; a residential fire with ammunition inside the home.
aired 25 days ago
A car rolls off of a cliff and into a stream on a mountain pass; an unresponsive man passes out in his car in the middle of the road; a young woman says masked men are trying to enter her home.
aired 32 days ago
Troopers respond to one call after another, from an apparently aggressive rabbit to a family member involved in a car crash.
aired 32 days ago
Get a fresh take on a classic episode with new insights from some fan-favorite Troopers.
aired 32 days ago
A fresh take on a classic episode with new insights from fan-favorite Troopers.
aired 45 days ago
Troopers Noll, Taylor and Hess arrive on the scene of a brutal crime.

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