- We at Police Pursuits Outdoors are very excited about our new website launching. Be Safe and Enjoy the site!
Police Pursuits Outdoors objective is to capture hunting expeditions with Law Enforcement officers globally. The officers will explain on video their assigned duties with the agency they work for when permissible. They will also capture on video the hunt for the animal that officer has chosen to harvest. By using the idea of hunting with Law Enforcement Officers throughout the United States, it will allow for a global viewing audience.
Police Pursuits Outdoors goal is to recognize Law Enforcement Officers throughout the United States for putting themselves in harms way, during adverse times that could cost them their lives. Police Pursuits Outdoors is going to be unlike any other outdoor show currently airing on television, simply because there is not another outdoor show that is exclusively Law Enforcement. Every police officer that will be participating in these expeditions will be a certified peace officer in his or her respective state. Police Pursuits Outdoors will also capture the viewing of those who do not hunt, simply because in every state a police officer is respected throughout their community.
My name is Matthew Humble and I am Narcotics Detective in the Southern part of Kentucky. I grew up in Russellville, Kentucky, in a ministers home with two brothers. My middle brother and I could be found in the woods every day from the time I was old enough to carry my old 20 gauge. I killed my first deer at the age of six and I have been addicted ever since. The road to Law Enforcement for me started with a Baseball Scholarship. I began with a school in Southern Illinois and continued with a transfer baseball scholarship to Campbellsville University. After my 4 years of college baseball, I enlisted in the Military and joined another team, I have currently been in Law Enforcement for 5 and a half years, and have been assigned to a Drug Task Force for three of those years.
My name is Jermaine Savage and I am a Trooper in the Southern part of Kentucky. I grew up in Franklin, Kentucky with four brothers. I was introduced to the outdoors at the age of eight by my oldest brother, who woke me up one morning about five oclock and said "Lets go squirrel hunting.", It was that experience that developed my passion for the outdoors. My road to Law Enforcement began with a Basketball Scholarship to a Division I University in Tennessee. After playing 4 years of college basketball, I played professionally in France for 1 year. I chose to end my basketball career and pursue another goal of becoming a Kentucky State Trooper. I have been a Trooper 10 and a half years working in Patrol and Narcotic divisions.