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Stunning tattooed police officer taking the internet by storm with her daily vlogs

‘I’d commit a crime just to meet her’: Stunning tattooed police officer is taking the internet by storm after vlogging a typical day in her life

  • Constable Lana Crichton is part of the neighbourhood policing team in Clendon
  • The Auckland-based squad has decided to share daily videos of officers
  • Lana’s videos have garnered thousands of views online and cheeky comments
  • A few people said Lana ‘could arrest them at any time’ or they’d ‘commit a crime’

It’s not often we get to see the daily practices of police officers and the personalities of those in uniform.

But the team of dedicated police in Auckland, New Zealand, have decided to offer a behind-the-scenes look at their industry elite through YouTube videos.

Their videos featuring Constable Lana Crichton from the Clendon Neighbourhood Policing Team have garnered thousands of views, with many audience members in awe of the officer’s stunning good looks. 

 

Their videos featuring Constable Lana Crichton (pictured) from the Clendon Neighbourhood Policing Team have garnered thousands of views

'Lana can arrest me at any time' and 'I'd commit a crime just to meet her' are just some of the startlingly forward proposals littering the comment section on YouTube

‘Lana can arrest me at any time’ and ‘I’d commit a crime just to meet her’ are just some of the startlingly forward proposals littering the comment section on YouTube

‘Lana can arrest me at any time’, ‘she’s a knockout’ and ‘I’d commit a crime just to meet her’ are just some of the startlingly forward proposals flooding the comment section on YouTube.

Constable Crichton showcases her sweet-natured personality and sense of humour in the footage, which sees her catching speeding motorists, using a taser, opening up about why she chose the force and the rigorous fitness training she does outside of work hours.

She admitted to being quite ‘nervous’ to feature in the daily vlogs but found that the good feedback she received made her want to continue.  

This isn’t the first time the youthful officer has been featured online, with a news article written about her heroic actions in 2018.

She admitted to being quite 'nervous' to feature in the daily vlogs but found that the good feedback she received made her want to continue

She admitted to being quite ‘nervous’ to feature in the daily vlogs but found that the good feedback she received made her want to continue

During her four year career she has enjoyed incredible success in the neighbourhood team she works for, and believes the job allows her to engage with individuals on a deeper level

During her four year career she has enjoyed incredible success in the neighbourhood team she works for, and believes the job allows her to engage with individuals on a deeper level

After pursuing a car they believed to be stolen, the driver crashed with another vehicle, leaving a woman very badly injured.

With almighty strength – and adrenaline on her side – Constable Crichton pulled the woman from the car – which was now on fire – and moved her down the road.

Despite sustaining a head injury during the crash the woman made a full recovery.

For her efforts, the Constable was recognised at a police awards ceremony in Manukau.

During her four year career she has enjoyed incredible success in the neighbourhood team she works for, and believes the job allows her to engage with individuals on a deeper level.

For her efforts, the Constable was recognised at a police awards ceremony in Manukau

For her efforts, the Constable was recognised at a police awards ceremony in Manukau

‘I enjoy working in the Neighbourhood Policing Team as I get to engage with my community on a more personal level as oppose to frontline,’ she wrote in a NZ Police Recruitment Facebook post.

‘I get to know these people, their family and their history. I also get to engage with the youth and young children through sport and other social activities which I find is a crucial part of Policing.

‘I mean that in the sense that our children are our future, and if I’m able to create a trust between our kids and Police and install some confidence in them, it will have a positive impact in the long run.’

So far the vlogs have been led by a number of officers, but viewers are calling for more of Constable Crichton to be featured. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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