They are the first line of defense on the last frontier, the roughly 400 state troopers who patrol the rugged and unforgiving terrain of America’s largest state — Alaska. One of the toughest law enforcement agencies in the nation, these officers often travel hundreds of miles in piercing subzero temperatures to uphold the law. Responding by land, air and sea — with backup sometimes days away — they face danger to protect the people and wildlife of Alaska.
In the Alaskan outback, alcohol abuse is devastating communities and sending crime rates through the roof. Enforcing the law in this vast and nearly road-less region presents extreme challenges. The jail is located over a hundred miles from some of the native Alaskan villages where crimes are committed, and its the job of the State Troopers to haul suspects in. But in a world almost empty of roads, the job requires risky plane flights and boat trips for Troopers traveling alone with potentially dangerous offenders. Once in jail, untested inmates must defend themselves against tougher and more aggressive convicts, while guards strive to keep homemade alcohol out of the jail so that mayhem doesnt prevail.Watch Now:Amazon
At the 2009 Arctic Man Ski and Sno-Go Classic--Alaskas version of Mardi Gras--troopers face a massive law enforcement challenge as roughly 10,000 people celebrate and snowmachine enthusiasts test their skills. The races and parties last for 4 days in the remote Hoodoo Mountains, and its up to just 13 Alaska State Troopers to keep the peace, enforce the laws, and perform dangerous search and rescue missions. Then in Fairbanks, troopers fight crime and undergo a nighttime training exercise while another trooper and his K-9 partner search a suspicious vehicle. And wildlife troopers have their hands full during the moose hunting season: theyre on the case when several illegally killed animals are discovered.Watch Now:Amazon
Get a glimpse into the hard work of being a trooper, from containing out-of-control partiers on the Kenai Peninsula to a search-and-rescue on the melting ice. Check out the remote village of White Mountain, where a trooper must board a plane just to carry out a felony probation check. Troopers travel far and wide on all modes of transportation to keep the citizens of Alaska safe in this unique frontier.Watch Now:iTunes
It is the dead of winter in Alaska, and Wildlife Troopers Ernie Brent and Levi Duell race on snow machines against the time and the freezing temperatures to rescue a missing pilot. In Fairbanks, Trooper Johnson is on a mission to catch a snow machine thief. He plants a snow machine on the side of the road and waits for the guy to take the bait. Just outside the city, Trooper Rallo stops a violent burglary in progress.Watch Now:Amazon
Danger is on the rise as flooding takes over south-central Alaska. A 17-inch storm surge and high winds have left thousands in danger and even uprooted residential homes.Watch Now:Amazon
Troopers respond to a series of harrowing calls in the dead of the Alaskan winter. Trooper Cresswell and Sgt. Acton are seriously out-gunned by an armed man barricaded inside a home in a small, Native Alaskan village. Back in the Mat-Su Valley, dispatch receives a frantic domestic abuse report, and upon arrival at the scene, troopers sort through conflicting stories.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
NGC embeds with the Alaska State Troopers on a sting operation, capturing every nail-biting moment of the mission. Like a scene from an action movie, Troopers silently and swiftly surround the home of a well-known criminal suspected of hiding stolen guns.Watch Now:Amazon
Troopers face a new set of challenges with an unforgiving blizzard setting in. Typical DUI cases are worrisome enough, but with roads frozen, it's a recipe for disaster. Even criminals scramble to get out of the cold as they turn themselves in on outstanding warrants just for a warm place to sleep for the night.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A woman stranded on a cliff is rescued.Watch Now:Amazon
Winter has set in in Alaska and wildlife Trooper Jon Simeon patrols Alaska's newly frozen lakes when he hears a gunshot: someone has illegally killed two caribou. As the Trooper and the gunman walk in the middle of the frozen lake to get the dead animals, they know that a plunge into these thin waters can kill them both. Back in the streets, an intoxicated man is challenging troopers to a gun battle. Suspecting that he has a hostage, the Troopers surround his house but no one is home.Watch Now:Amazon
Alaskan chaos is running rampant in the Palmer region, and the Troopers have their hands full responding to calls. On the far edge of his patrol area, Trooper Viator responds to a home invasion ' a drunken man broke into a house and fell asleep on the couch. Then it's a case of not-so-brotherly love. After a night of partying, two brothers drunk on Everclear called the police when one threatened to stab the other.Watch Now:Amazon
Watch as the Troopers special drug unit goes undercover to set up an Oxycontin dealer in the western outpost of Bethel. Even with its remote location, Bethel has its share of big-city drug problems. The Western Alaska Alcohol and Narcotics Team (WAANT) is a task force that combats the illegal sale of drugs and alcohol in "Bush" Alaska. Follow from set up to exciting bust as an investigator goes undercover to make an Oxycontin buy from a known dealer. Then, troopers investigate domestic calls in Bethels neighborhoods and patrol the highway in the Mat-Su Valley. Later, another trooper takes to the waters of the Sitka Sound to assist in an ATV crash investigation, and wildlife troopers travel miles off the beaten path to patrol frozen lakes.Watch Now:Amazon
Trooper Garcia is hot on the trail of a wanted suspect who's known to be armed and dangerous. When Garcia catches up to the suspect, he refuses to cooperate and Garcia is forced to use pepper spray to subdue him. In Wasilla, its opening day of hunting season and a call comes in of a shot "cow", or female moose. Usually killing a female moose can bring up to a $5,000 fine and a year in jail but since it was an accident and the shooter, a minor, called it in himself, he's let go.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
In this episode of Alaska State Troopers, manhunts, foot chases and big-time arrests abound as the troopers bust Alaska’s worst drug offenders.
Alaska is the largest state in the U.S., which means Troopers have their work cut out for them when it comes to hunting down criminals on the loose. In the Mat-Su Valley, Troopers and K9s are tracking down a couple of thieves through the snowy backwoods.Watch Now:Amazon
Go inside one of the worlds most unique law enforcement agencies as the Alaska State Troopers fight crime, enforce fish and game regulations, and conduct search and rescue operations in Americas last frontier. This episode takes viewers all over this enormous state as Troopers fight crime on the streets of Wasilla, conduct a search and rescue operation on the frozen Yukon River, enforce hunting regulations in the wilds near Fairbanks, and train for survival in Sitka.Watch Now:Amazon
From subduing enraged maniacs to fighting crime in the farthest reaches of the state, the Alaska State Troopers are there to respond to anyone in need.
A high-intensity situation unfolds when shots are fired at the Troopers. In Soldotna, Trooper Hunter Hull and Alaskan police are in a standoff with a man with a shotgun. The standoff escalates when the armed man fires right through the door! In Kenai, Trooper Maggie Stang is on a wildlife patrol near the salmon fisheries when she corners a group of fisherman illegally snagging fish. In Kodiak, a resident calls Troopers when she spots tourists wandering close to a family of brown bears.Watch Now:Amazon
It's an all-out manhunt for a notorious drug dealer with a long history of run-ins with the law. In this action-packed episode, Troopers pull over the suspected dealer's car only to learn he's fled the scene, leaving his girlfriend behind to take the fall.Watch Now:Amazon
Troopers chase a wanted and dangerous man through a forest after he crashes his car into a hotel at 100 miles per hour, injuring three people. The hunt for illegal bootleggers hiding in the villages near Kotzebue becomes complicated when the sighting of a big brown bear threatens the safety of the officers. Later, troopers assist an aggressive man under the influence of some type of drug after receiving a call about his incoherent behavior.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
This double-length episode includes 15 incidents such as the successful S&R for a person walking 15 miles across a frozen river from Bethel to her home, breaking up a fight in the Matanuska-Susitna ('Mat-Su') Valley, the trip to serve a warrant on a person who stole a police car from a municipal force, and a Wildlife Trooper's patrol to intercept ATV riders who destroyed salmon habitat.Watch Now:iTunes
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