Lady Cop Wows With Her Dance Moves In Viral Online Videos

by Gee NY

A beautiful female Hispanic newbie uniformed cop set social media on fire on Friday, Oct. 6, 2023, with her sleek dance moves.

Josefa Familia trended for several hours after three of her dancing videos hit online. In one of the videos, she is captured dancing alongside someone who seemed to have jumped a turnstile, but actually paid the fare.

The video was posted on Thursday, Oct. 5 by @almightyarcher and garnered thousands of views hours after it hit online.

One of the videos shows Familia and another dancer — possibly a civilian — choreographing to Rihanna’s “If It’s Lovin’ That You Want.”

In the footage, the man jumps the barrier as Familia, 36, saunters through and busts a move along with the “scofflaw.”

In another video, Familia appears to help a man wearing MSCHF’s $350 Big Red Boots up after he pretends to fall up a flight of subway stairs before the two dance to Prinz, Gabriela Bee’s song “Highs & Lows.”

In a third video, Familia sashays up a short flight of subway stairs and dances with a man in front of a male cop to rapper Big Boss Vette’s “Can’t FWM.” The man then high-fives both officers.

Her dancing debut got mixed reviews.

“She is spending love,” a user called BernardFrancis239 wrote. “God bless you, officer. Be safe empress.”

@dre_da_dancer wrote:

THE COP GOT STURDY 😱👮🏼 #fyp #dredadancer

A user called Bodegaboy wrote:

“We need more cops like her.”

“Nothing but good vibes,” user Creativeambitionz wrote.

But some of her brothers in blue weren’t supportive.

“You’re doing choreographed videos in transit while you’re supposed to be working and people are getting hurt every day in the subway,” one Manhattan cop fumed. “Everybody is pissed off about this. It’s one thing if you’re in community affairs, it’s another if you’re on overtime in the subway.”

Familia, who has just over a year on the job, has acknowledged to journalists that she was in the videos but refused to comment further.

Familia has been stationed at the Upper West Side’s 24th Precinct, police sources said. She made $42,500 last year, online records show.

“This is absolutely disgusting,” a Bronx cop said. “How can an on-duty police officer make videos on social media while working when patrol officers are out there above ground risking their lives to protect New Yorkers?”

A retired NYPD Lt. John Macari on X, formerly Twitter, wrote:

“Alright I’m all for having fun at work but this is getting a little ridiculous.”

@almightyarcher said:

“She stole the spotlight 🔥😂 #almightyarcher

Police sources said the officer was transferred over the videos, but an NYPD spokesperson said she wasn’t in trouble.

“We are aware of the video,” the spokeswoman said. “The officer will not be subject to discipline.”

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