By The Associated PressBy The Associated JournalBy AP WriterBy KALW-TV StaffBy StaffPublished Feb. 11, 2018 6:00:20PMET (18:00 GMT)A new series on Sirens, a popular cable TV series about police in the Pacific Northwest, has debuted on the market.
The show, produced by the producers of Sirens: Police and the Rest of Us, explores a world where police officers are the ones who need to be trusted, not the criminals who need their guns and bullets, said Josh Rauch, executive producer of the series.
Rauch said the series is about the “true nature of policing” and about the importance of “the people, and the trust that those people put in police to do the right thing.”
The series follows the story of a man named Michael, who has been fired from his job as a police officer.
He is in his 20s and is struggling to stay afloat as a sole-income household.
His life is in crisis and he needs a stable source of income.
The series was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States and the rise of the alt-right.
In an effort to help him out, Rauche enlisted the help of a local attorney who specializes in policing and law enforcement.
The episode opens with Michael trying to keep his job.
Michael is trying to make ends meet on his own.
He’s worried about his daughter who is in college.
He also worries about his kids, who have been bullied and threatened by other students at school.
The main characters in the series are a former police officer named Dwayne and a former detective named John.
The Black Lives Matters movement in 2016 and 2017 helped drive an increase in the number of police killings, and it’s hard to keep track of the many police officers who have died, said Mark Potok, a former senior adviser to President Donald Trump.
The increase in police killings was also driven by the spread of police militarization and the growing militarization of law enforcement, he said.
The rise in the use of deadly force by police in 2017 led the Department of Justice to propose reforms to its use-of-force policy.
The new show focuses on the people who need police help, not on the criminals, Raunch said.
The pilot episode has not yet aired.