Last week, Dan Abrahams announced that Live PD was returning this summer as On Patrol: Live. The show will be airing on Reelz network, Friday and Saturday nights. But the next question for most fans in Live PD Nation: What Live PD departments will be returning?
So far nothing official has been released about the departments On Patrol: Live. But we have some clues based on information released by some of the departments.
Richland County Sheriff’s Department
Richland County has been a long-running member of Live PD, and was the only department to be featured on every season of Live PD. But one of the new hosts is Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson, Division Commander with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department, so it should be no surprise that Richland County will be featured. In July, RCSD confirmed via Twitter that they would be featured on On Patrol: Live.
Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office
The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office was one of the newer departments on Live PD. They started in Season 4, but quickly became a fan favorite with several exciting chases. It should be no surprise that they were one of the first departments to announce they’re returning to On Patrol: Live.
Nye County Sheriff’s Department
The Nye County Sheriff’s Department in Pahrump, Nevada became known for its eccentric residents and interesting calls. The latest press release from REELZ says that Nye will be featured on On Patrol: Live. Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly also commented on the new television series. “Sit back, relax, and enjoy On Patrol: Live on Friday and Saturday,” she said.
Volusia County Sheriff’s Office
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office in Florida was briefly featured during the final season of Live PD. But the final press releases from REELZ has revealed that that will be featured with On Patrol: Live starting July 22nd.
Lawrence Police Department
“We are aware the show is coming back and we are open to discussing being a participant in that show,” Lawrence Police Department Chief Gary Woodruff said. “Are we interested in learning more? Sure.”