The Police Tapes

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  • 1976
  • 1 hr 28 min

The Police Tapes is a documentary that was released in 1976. The film follows a police precinct located in one of the most crime riddled neighborhoods in the South Bronx. The documentary shows police officers going on patrol, and responding to different crimes. This creates a portrait of the blight and urban crime that was common in 1970's New York. The Police Tapes is presented in a format of responding to calls with very few interviews with the policemen themselves. The Police Tapes was directed by Alan Raymond and Susan Raymond.

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Description
The Police Tapes is a documentary that was released in 1976. The film follows a police precinct located in one of the most crime riddled neighborhoods in the South Bronx. The documentary shows police officers going on patrol, and responding to different crimes. This creates a portrait of the blight and urban crime that was common in 1970's New York. The Police Tapes is presented in a format of responding to calls with very few interviews with the policemen themselves. The Police Tapes was directed by Alan Raymond and Susan Raymond.
  • Release Date
    1976
  • Runtime
    1 hr 28 min
  • Language
    English