Louisville Cops Put Kids Through Their Paces With Football Drills

Officers with Louisville, Kentucky’s Metro Police Department put local kids through their paces, making a group of boys go long for a pass, footage posted to Facebook on October 21 shows.

Police said 2nd Division officers Harris and Clements “used some of their free time to ball-out with some of the kids in Park Hill.”

“In this video, you’ll see a great release off the line from the star wide-out,” the post read, before joking that Officer Harris was out of line for changing the route mid-play and over-threw to his “open wide receiver.”

“This dynamic tandem needs to work on their timing. However, it was a good day!” the post read. Credit: Louisville Metro Police Department via Storyful