Reykjavik’s Police Department Instagram is Still Awesome
We first profiled Iceland’s Reykjavik Police Department Instagram (@logreglan) in September 2014. Since then they have continued to entertain their 124,000+ followers while keeping the streets of Iceland’s capital safe.
According to the BBC, Iceland has one of the lowest violent crime rates in the world. Police are unarmed, ‘hard drugs’ usage is low and tensions between economic classes is virtually non-existent. [source]
Below you will find some highlights since our last feature, enjoy! And stay awesome Reykjavik PD!
Today the force with us was. Caught again those pesky kids. The empire strikes back!
“Reykjavik raining sideways and trampolines are on the move”
“The biggest aircraft that has arrived in Reykjavík airport, Boeing C-17 Globemaster. Of course we sent our police pilot to take a look”
Drawing pictures on Rekjavik’s Multicultural Congress.
Why so serious? #trafficpost #niceland #sillyfaces
6. Iceland vs Netherlands – Before & After
Cancer awareness flag on the national soccer stadium… o and yes.. we beat Nederland 2-0 in the soccer thingy. They did not sing on the way back.
We found these officers in Reykjavík. They came here from Edmonton, Canada which is a friend city in connection with #winterlights #vetrarhatid #reykjavikloves #niceland
he calm before the storm..
*Our thougts are with our colleagues in France and the french people* #JeSuisPolicier #JeSuisAhmed #JesSuisFranck #JeSuisClarissa #thinblueline
After Santa left, the citizens of Kópavogur were woken up by smaller-than-usual Police officers trying out the equipment. #logreglan #christmas #Police #childsplay #allthesirens #sirenscaroling
To day we go PINK. This is our tribute to the cancer awareness day. #gogirls #pink
*on patrol with Frosty* #stayfrosty
Just try to OutRun me now mr burglar boy. #fatboy #nowheretohide #snowpatrol #newergiveup #niceland
Jumping for joy, Christmas is coming! #jólinkoma #whysoserious #niceland #christmas
Beautiful sunrise this morning
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