Castle Rock learns results of lip sync competition

Town police did not place in Top 10 on CBS show, but revealed fun-loving side

Posted 9/16/19

When a lip sync video challenge among first responder agencies went viral in 2018, it inspired a new CBS show called "Lip Sync to the Rescue," which asked America to vote for the top videos and …

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Castle Rock learns results of lip sync competition

Town police did not place in Top 10 on CBS show, but revealed fun-loving side

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When a lip sync video challenge among first responder agencies went viral in 2018, it inspired a new CBS show called "Lip Sync to the Rescue," which asked America to vote for the top videos and offered $100,000 to the winner.

The social media challenge had turned out hundreds of videos, so CBS first selected its Top 30 from among them. Castle Rock was one of two Colorado agencies named in the Top 30. The Larimer County Sheriff's Office was also selected.

After America voted, the Top 10 videos were revealed during a live television event on Sept. 9. Castle Rock set up a big-screen television in Festival Park to show it. Dozens of community members came to see if their local police department would be named a finalist.

Castle Rock did not place in the Top 10, but Police Chief Jack Cauley said the department was still No. 1 in the eyes of the town.

“It was great for our community to see that police officers are human and like to have fun,” Cauley said, “just like everyone else.”

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