Dallas PD's Beth Burnside is one of five female officers featured in "Police Women of Dallas." Photo courtesy of TLC.
TLC's "Police Women" police reality series heads to Dallas for its fourth jurisdiction following earlier shows featuring female officers and deputies in Broward County, Fla., Maricopa County, Ariz., and Memphis, Tenn.
"Police Women of Dallas" debuts Oct. 28 at 9 p.m. as an eight-episode series following five female officers of the Dallas Police Department.
As with any large U.S. metropolis, Dallas struggles with a wide array of crimes including robberies, homicides, gang violence and domestic violence, according to a press release announcing the show.
"These local ladies maintain their southern charm but work diligently to keep their streets safe. Relying on strength and dedication, these officers make it their everyday mission to protect and to serve their city," according to the release.
As with the earlier "Police Women" shows, the Dallas series follows the officers as they attempt to "perform a successful balancing act, making time for friends and family while furthering their careers."
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