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TLC's Second 'Police Women' Features Maricopa County Deputies

March 04, 2010  | 


Maricopa County's "Police Women" (left to right) are Lindsey Smith, Deborah Moyer, Kelly Bocardo and Amie Duong.

TLC has debuted "The Police Women of Maricopa County," its second police reality show to follow the daily duties of female officers. In August, the network debuted a series following four female deputies from the Broward County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office.

The Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff's Office deputies have a higher-profile boss—Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Maricopa County is comprised of Phoenix and the surrounding 9,200 square miles and is one of the largest and toughest counties in the country.

This season, the show follows detectives Deborah Moyer and Lindsey Smith, as well as patrol deputies Kelly Bocardo and Amie Duong.

Read the TLC press release for more info on each of the deputies. The show began Feb. 25 and airs on Thursday nights. View our "Maricopa County Police Women" photo gallery.


Comments (2)

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Andres @ 7/5/2012 6:48 PM

i'm there biggest fan and my name Andres Garcia Salazar and i'm 23years old

shimmy shimmy @ 9/16/2012 4:30 PM

who do these "super ladies" think they are????????????? i reeeeaaally HATE seeing them show to the whole world their prejudices, insult other persons and make contemptuous comments about different people. c'mon!!!!!!!!!! you wanna be a good policeman/woman? then don't let your emotions rule you and be respectful with every person. laws are not universal rights. they are just invented by a few humans and are supposed to help the society, and policemen/women are just simple law servants.
it really disgusts me seeing policem/women acting like they're f****n masters of the universe having a right to jugde every little thing they see.
p.d. another thing that shocked me: i didn't think that U.S.A. is such a backward country concerning human rights.

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