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'I've Never Had This Much Attention.' Meet the Florida 'Hot Cops' Who Are Going Viral - TIME

Three Florida police officers have gone viral for their attractiveness after they posed for a photograph for their department's Facebook page — and at least one of them is hoping to find a suitor amid the international limelight. Gainesville Police ...and more »

'I feel faint … send help!' Gainesville 'hot cops' steam up Facebook after Irma. - Washington Post

As Floridians waited in dread for Hurricane Irma on Sunday evening, the Gainesville Police Department posted photographs on Facebook of officers preparing for the night ahead. One particular selfie of three Gainesville officers was, well, easy on the ...and more »

Photos of officers responding to Irma go viral, draw appreciation - USA TODAY

Just when people are in need of some levity after the threat of Hurricane Irma, the Internet comes to the rescue. Police officers have been posting photos of themselves responding to the tropical storm, which continued to barrel north Tuesday as it ...and more »

Florida police officers go viral with good looks - The Columbus Dispatch

This photo of Gainesville Police Officers John Nordman, from left, Michael Hamill and Dan Rengering was widely-shared on social media, and as of Wednesday afternoon had 430,000 likes, 242,000 shares and 156,000 comments. [Photo Courtesy GPD]. Hide ...and more »

Police Officers' Selfie Inspires Hurricane Relief Calendar - NBC New York

People were drooling over a selfie posted to the Gainesville Police Department's Facebook page as Irma made her way across Central Florida Sunday. The viral photo has inspired the police department to create a calendar to raise funds for victims of ...and more »

Thousands Of Thirsty Women And Men Swarm Gainesville Police Facebook Page After Irma Post Shows Night Shift - The Inquisitr

“Hurricane Irma devastated the entire state of Florida over the weekend before finally weakening and heading out to disappear forever, but it seemed to leave a lot of people quite “thirsty.” In the interest of bringing a little bit of lighthearted fun ...and more »

Police Department Warns Women Not to Call 911 After Photo of Officers Helping During Irma Causes Social Media Stir - PEOPLE.com

The Gainesville Police Department's Facebook has been inundated by thousands of comments about a number of its police officers on-duty during Hurricane Irma. The Florida-area department posted a photo of Officers Nordman, Hamill and Rengering on Sunday ...and more »

Gainesville PD's 'Hot Cops' Facebook Post Goes Viral - Parade

A seemingly innocent post by the Gainesville, Florida, Police Department is creating quite a stir on Facebook. The post, a selfie taken by three officers heading out on night duty in the wake of Hurricane Irma, caught the attention of thousands of ...and more »

Meet the 'hot cops' who are helping the nation heal after Hurricane Irma - Today.com

Editor's Note, added September 16, 2017: Since the original publication of this story on Sept. 13, the Gainesville Police Department has confirmed that it is investigating reports of anti-Semitic comments made on social media by one of the officers in ...and more »

The thirst for these police hotties who worked during Irma is indeed very real - The Daily Dot

The internet's latest collective baes prove the rescue fantasy is no joke. Meet Officers Nordman, Hamill, and Rengering, the “night crew” who worked during Hurricane Irma and easy-on-the-eyes targets for thirsty jokes like “as if Florida wasn't already ...and more »