Police Women

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  • 2009
  • 7 Seasons
  • 8.3  (61)

There are many differences in which women and female police officials have to endure that male police do not, which will be displayed through this television series in multiple situations. There are so many differences that a TV crew decided to follow a few select female police around their jobs and at home to see what it is like through their eyes. Being a female in law enforcement means obstacles that males maybe don't even know exist. TLC follows these women and see what may happen in everyday life for the other side of law enforcement officials. Police women shows in the eyes of the women who are on the work force, speaking their mind and openly showing public eye what it is really like to be one of them. Show casing their talent and how much hard work and sacrifice goes into a long day of fighting crime and still coping with the outlook of the world on women. Having a role as an officer of the state can still be viewed as a male role. Police women is a show where you can see how much effort and hardships which women go through in order to protect the country and still have a life at home. The women of the field will also show what it is like at home, and how their home lives could be affected due to being in the police industry. Following these women it shows the viewers the challenges and proud moments that female police get to have on in an every-day life style.

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Seasons
She's Unleashed
13. She's Unleashed
April 19, 2013
Summary not available
So...You Ready To Die?
12. So...You Ready To Die?
April 12, 2013
Tracy responds to a call involving a woman threatening with a knife; Yvette is forced to draw her gun during a robbery; Cheryl assists a troubled teenager; and Angela questions a carjacking suspect.
There's Blood Everywhere
11. There's Blood Everywhere
April 5, 2013
Yvette interrupts a home robbery; Tracy deals with a nude man high on PCP; Cheryl intervenes in a self-inflicted stabbing; and Angela investigates a robbery involving a transgender suspect.
He Just Started Shooting
10. He Just Started Shooting
March 29, 2013
Tracy investigates a shooting; Angela checks in on an aggravated robbery; Yvette discovers a large drug stash during a traffic stop; and Cheryl deals with a domestic confrontation.
Any Sudden Movements, You'll Be Shot
9. Any Sudden Movements, You'll Be Shot
March 22, 2013
Cheryl searches for a burglar; Tracy goes after a suspect believed to be passing counterfeit bills; Yvette sorts out a domestic dispute; and Angela investigates an armed robbery.
A Good Situation To Get Shot
8. A Good Situation To Get Shot
March 15, 2013
Yvette responds to reports of an armed man; Tracy investigates a threatening landlord; Cheryl deals with a car accident; and Angela looks into a robbery and assault that took place in a parking lot.
A Pretty Good Little Fight
7. A Pretty Good Little Fight
March 8, 2013
Cheryl has to pull her gun after a high-speed chase; Yvette deals with a hostile suspect during a drug bust; Angela investigates an armed robber's history; and Tracy handles a domestic dispute involving a pit bull.
He Hit Me First
6. He Hit Me First
March 1, 2013
An intoxicated man jumps into Yvette's vehicle; Tracy responds to a carjacking situation; Angela investigates a suspected kidnapping; and Cheryl has an unusual encounter with a man and his horse.
Hooks and Crooks
5. Hooks and Crooks
February 22, 2013
Tracy is forced to pull her gun during a confrontation; Angela investigates a robbery at a home; Cheryl responds to a physical altercation at a barber college; Yvette deals with a cross-dressing prostitute.
She's Got Warrants
4. She's Got Warrants
February 8, 2013
Yvette responds to a domestic dispute involving a gun; Tracy assists a woman who was locked out of her home; Angela investigates a robbery.
Let's Go Fight Crime
3. Let's Go Fight Crime
February 1, 2013
Yvette settles a confusing lovers' quarrel; Tracy tries to stop a woman from running down her boyfriend with her car; Angela hunts for a notorious robber.
Somebody Just Got Stabbed
2. Somebody Just Got Stabbed
January 25, 2013
Four Dallas women juggle their careers and their personal lives. Tracy mediates an argument between a couple; Cheryl assists a woman with an imaginary problem; and Angela questions suspected carjackers.
Lady You Just Died
1. Lady You Just Died
January 18, 2013
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Description

There are many differences in which women and female police officials have to endure that male police do not, which will be displayed through this television series in multiple situations. There are so many differences that a TV crew decided to follow a few select female police around their jobs and at home to see what it is like through their eyes. Being a female in law enforcement means obstacles that males maybe don't even know exist. TLC follows these women and see what may happen in everyday life for the other side of law enforcement officials.

Police women shows in the eyes of the women who are on the work force, speaking their mind and openly showing public eye what it is really like to be one of them. Show casing their talent and how much hard work and sacrifice goes into a long day of fighting crime and still coping with the outlook of the world on women. Having a role as an officer of the state can still be viewed as a male role. Police women is a show where you can see how much effort and hardships which women go through in order to protect the country and still have a life at home.

The women of the field will also show what it is like at home, and how their home lives could be affected due to being in the police industry.

Following these women it shows the viewers the challenges and proud moments that female police get to have on in an every-day life style.

Police Women is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (78 episodes). The series first aired on August 6, 2009.

Where to Watch Police Women

Police Women is available for streaming on the TLC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Police Women on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, TLC and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    August 6, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    8.3  (61)