The Real L.A.P.D

A major documentary series which traces the stories of the men and women who strive to maintain order in the vibrant, volatile, and occasionally vicious city of dreams.

Released : 1999

Runtime : 20 x 25 minutes

Equipped with more weaponry than some national armies and enough gizmos to put a comic book to shame, the Los Angeles Police Department (L.A.P.D.) are typically faced with 70 drive-by shootings a month, 4,000 robberies a year and over 1,000 gangs embroiled in an almost constant state of war.  Working with the L.A.P.D. is not for the faint-hearted.

With unprecedented access to their police officers, this is the first time ever viewers will be able to see what life is really like for the cops who work in the Pacific Division.  A patchwork quilt of ghettos, white Bohemian districts, and the famous Venice Beach, Pacific is a neighborhood beset by gang warfare and substance abuse on a monumental scale.

The Real L.A.P.D. offers a unique insight into the complexities and dilemmas of what has been called ‘the most emotionally dangerous’ job in the world. This series provides a gritty insight into the real lives behind the Hollywood stereotypes.

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