FREE e-Newsletter
Important News - Hot Topics
Get them Now!
David Griffith

David Griffith

David Griffith has been editor of POLICE Magazine since December 2001. He brings more than 25 years of experience on magazines and newspapers to POLICE. A Maggie award-winning journalist, his byline has appeared on hundreds of articles in POLICE and other national magazines.

Melanie Basich

Melanie Basich

Managing Editor Melanie Basich joined POLICE Magazine in 2000 (when her last name was still Hamilton). An award-winning journalist, she has covered such topics as agency budgets, officer suicide, emerging law enforcement technologies, and active shooter tactics. She writes and manages the product section of POLICE.
Editor's Notes

POLICE Announces Monthly Photo Caption Contest Winner

PoliceMag has launched a monthly photo contest, where readers provide the caption.

November 29, 2011  |  by

Photo: Mark W. Clark
Photo: Mark W. Clark

As any seasoned police officer knows, vehicle stops aren't predictable. Yes, they present risks. If our Facebook page is any indication, they also give you a rich vein of stories about misbehaving motorists.

So with this in mind, we posted an "outtake" from our monthly Well-Dressed Officer contest, and asked you to provide the caption. You gave us some very funny responses. Look for our photo-caption contest each coming month.

As you will remember, the photo (seen above) shows POLICE Publisher Leslie Pfeiffer being stopped by a motor officer, while behind the wheel of a golf cart. A body is laying face down in front of the left-front wheel. Instead of a license, registration or insurance, she appears to be handing the officer a credit card.

We'll tell you who won the $50 VISA gift card for providing the best caption, but first here are a few of the other great responses you posted on the POLICE Facebook page. First from the driver's point of view:

Amy wrote, "No worries officer, we are practicing for a Halloween party. I'm Elin, and my husband is Tiger."

Rachel wrote, "Well officer, he looked like that guy on the FBI's Most Wanted list. So I called the FBI, and they said to stop him. So I did!"

Wyatt wrote, "There is nothing wrong with my driving! I haven't missed a fairway all day!"

Anthony wrote, "Don't worry about him officer. He's just checking my brakes. I felt they were slipping."

Here are a few from the officer's point of view:

Clint write, "Excuse me ma'am? Have you seen a man wearing blue jeans, a green T-shirt [who's] about 6-foot, 200 pounds? We had another golfer that stated he was running around the course shouting, "my wife is trying to kill me."

Stephen wrote, "Ma'am, how much do you pay your homeowners' association for these speed bumps?"

Mark wrote, "Weren't you paying attention? Didn't you see my lights back there? I had to throw that guy in your path to get you to stop!"

Heather wrote, "Tell your husband to stop the planking shenanigans and get up out of the roadway."

Without further ado, here's the winning caption. It comes from Chris Moore, who wrote, "I wanted to yell "fore" but his friend was putting."

Comments (1)

Displaying 1 - 1 of 1

Mo @ 11/30/2011 2:35 PM

"You see, Officer, I just installed this "wide-panoramic" rear view mirror and....................."

Join the Discussion

POLICE Magazine does not tolerate comments that include profanity, personal attacks or antisocial behavior (such as "spamming" or "trolling"). This and other inappropriate content or material will be removed. We reserve the right to block any user who violates this, including removing all content posted by that user.

Other Recent Blog Posts

Active Shooters, Gun Control, and Mental Health
If we are truly serious about reducing active shooter deaths, we must stop the political...

Get Your FREE Trial Issue and Win a Gift! Subscribe Today!
Yes! Please rush me my FREE TRIAL ISSUE of POLICE magazine and FREE Officer Survival Guide with tips and tactics to help me safely get out of 10 different situations.

Just fill in the form to the right and click the button to receive your FREE Trial Issue.

If POLICE does not satisfy you, just write "cancel" on the invoice and send it back. You'll pay nothing, and the FREE issue is yours to keep. If you enjoy POLICE, pay only $25 for a full one-year subscription (12 issues in all). Enjoy a savings of nearly 60% off the cover price!

Offer valid in US only. Outside U.S., click here.
Police Magazine