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Should Police Reality TV Depict Off-Duty Life?

May 3, 2010
"Cops" only depicted officers responding and handling calls, and oftentimes the banter that goes along with doing this job. With the newer shows, I was taken aback by how these officers allowed cameras into their personal lives.

Broward Police Women In-Studio Interview

December 4, 2009

The four deputies from TLC's "Police Women of Broward County" stop by to speak with Joe Johnson in the studio of Majic 102.7 in Miami.

'Police Women' Crosses a Blue Line

August 19, 2009
When I watched the first episode, I was shocked that these women who risk their lives every day are showing their children's faces on TV for the world of criminals to see.

'Police Women of Broward County' Evokes Compassion

August 13, 2009
Officer Lori Connelly watched "I Hope Somebody Runs," the first episode of TLC's new reality show "Police Women of Broward County." Her response surprised her.

Broward Police Women

July 31, 2009

Cable network TLC has debuted "Police Women of Broward County." The network returns to the Florida county that spawned police reality pioneer "Cops" for a show that follows female law enforcement deputies from the Broward Sheriff's Office, as they pursue suspects, make arrests and hone their skills at the firing range. Photos courtesy of TLC.

TLC Debuts "Police Women of Broward County"

July 29, 2009
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."
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