Law: Cops On Camera

A TV network beams crime tips to the precinct house

"Today a report from an undercover narcotics officer in Florida on how crack cocaine is made," announces the pretty blond co-anchor. "And verbal judo on the traffic stop: how you can defuse a volatile situation," intones her handsome male partner over a videotape clip of a police officer approaching a car. To the beat of trendy theme music, the camera pans the posh living-room stage set -- complete with sofas, coffee table and potted plants -- before zooming in again on the two radiant hosts.

Pull over, Good Morning, America. Hands up, Today. Here comes Roll Call with Debra Maffett and...

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