"Police Women of Broward County" Season 2 returns to TLC in spring 2011.

Some Moms pack lunches. These Moms pack heat. "Police Women of Broward County" showcases the fast-paced action surrounding a remarkable group of women working at the Broward County, Florida, Sheriff's Office. From gang busts to car chases to undercover sting operations, TLC's cameras capture the harsh and harrowing reality of females in law enforcement, with unprecedented access to the agency's inner workings.

"Police Women of Broward County" follows the lives of four women as they juggle the needs of their families with intensely demanding—and often dangerous—jobs. Each hour-long episode is packed with adrenaline, bringing viewers along for the ride as these women risk their lives to keep the streets safe. But danger is only part of the job—off-duty, the "Police Women of Broward County" are mothers, sisters and wives who maintain homes and raise families. Each day is a delicate balance between their personal lives and a career that comes with real risks.

The Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO) is one of the nation's largest fully-accredited sheriff's departments serving nearly two million residents, stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Florida Everglades. The women of BSO are as diverse and dynamic as the population they serve. Like their 5,700 counterparts at BSO, these women demonstrate the highest levels of professionalism and excellence.

"Police Women of Broward County" is produced by Relativity Media for TLC. Tom Forman and Alex Rader are the executive producers for Relativity Media.

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