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On Patrol: Live

Reality • TV-14 • TV Series • 2022

"On Patrol: Live" follows police officers and sheriff's deputies from diverse agencies in different cities across the country for three hours. Program hosts Dan Abrams, retired Tulsa Police Department Sgt. Sean "Sticks" Larkin and Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson provide minute-by-minute perspective and analysis from a central studio location during footage. Local residents from the communities of featured departments are given the opportunity to have a firsthand experience during ride-alongs with officers on live nights.

Hosts: Dan Abrams, Sean Larkin, Curtis Wilson
Executive Producers: Dan Abrams, John Zito, Paul Gordon

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On Patrol: Live became available to stream on Peacock on March 1, 2023.

On Patrol: Live is hosted by legal correspondent Dan Abrams, retired Tulsa Police Department lieutenant Sean “Sticks” Larkin, and Richland County Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson.