TAMPA, Fla. — The University of South Florida Police Department's skills are garnering national attention.
No, not their law enforcement skills. Their lip-syncing skills.
CBS is producing a show this summer called "Lip Sync to the Rescue," featuring law agencies across the country producing videos of their staff lip-syncing popular songs.
USF police produced a video patterned after Panic! At The Disco's "High Hopes."
Recently, many law enforcement agencies took part in the #LipSyncChallenge by making videos and challenging other departments to do the same.
Right now, fans can go to the show's website to vote for their favorite lip-sync video.
USF is the only agency in Florida picked for the show.
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