MILTON — Bad boys, bad boys, watcha going to do when the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office comes for you?
Well, the community and the nation will get to find out Tuesday and April 28 when the Sheriff's Office is featured in the 30-year hit TV show "Cops."
"The sheriff just wants to remain transparent on what's going on in the agency and let the citizens know what it's like to be a law enforcement officer in Santa Rosa," Sheriff's Office spokesman Rich Aloy said.
Although this is the Sheriff's Office's "Cops" debut, the department filmed with "Live PD" last year.
Soon after taping "Live PD," Aloy said the production team at "Cops" coordinated a time to film in Santa Rosa County while it was filming in Escambia County.
The two episodes were filmed in the summer of 2018, Aloy said.
As for what to expect, Aloy said one episode will be funny but the other not so much.
"We have great men and women that represent our agency, and what better way to showcase it than to show the whole country," he said.
Aloy said the Sheriff's Office is excited to use the show to attract potential deputies, which the agency is hiring.
"If they like what they see and they want to come out and do it, by all means, we are hiring for deputy sheriffs," Aloy said.
For those interested in catching "Cops," Aloy said to check local listings for times and channels.