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In Downtown, a Ride-Along With a DPD Rookie


Here's yet another good Friend of Unfair Park-suggested video -- this one, a just-posted piece from the fine folks at You+Dallas in which several videographers (including newfound favorite Jun Kang) hop in the passenger seat of Dallas Police officer Jason Groom's squad car for a downtown ride-along. Groom's a good get: He's a former firefighter and family man in the early days of his transition to cop. This video, posted this morning, is but the first part of You+Dallas's "Deep Nights" series.

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