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TLC Debuts "Police Women of Broward County"

July 29, 2009  | 


Andrea Penoyer is one of four deputies featured on TLC's "Police Women of Broward County." Photo courtesy of TLC.

TLC is heading back to the county that produced "Cops" to debut a police reality show that follows female deputies called "Police Women of Broward County."

The network will air 10 episodes beginning Aug. 6 (airing at 9 p.m.). The show will focus on four female Broward County Sheriff deputies.

Here's a highlight from the network's press release: "Some moms pack lunches. These moms pack heat."


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muddog @ 9/26/2009 2:25 AM

I actually do find this show really good. I remember all these places were they are at... then again I grew up there and I do find Deputie Andrea Penoyer attractive and then again she is beautiful.

Jude @ 4/14/2011 4:35 PM

I watched an episode today, 4/14/11, wherein a female black officer told a male white that he didn't belong in their neighborhood. In my city, if it were a white officer speaking to a black person, a statement like that would not be accepted and it would be called "racial profiling," irregardless of WHY the person was in "the wrong neighborhood," even if a crime was being committed.

Drumsticks @ 4/23/2011 1:53 PM

@Jude - There is no such word as 'irregardless'.

Becky @ 6/17/2011 5:01 PM

Being a female in law inforcment I have to say it does not look very professional since Deputy Cooper has decieded to let her hair down. I don't know about Broward County but in my county we have a dress code that all Deputy's must follow.

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