Pittsburgh Police Short Films

Pittsburgh Police Short Films
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10 videos in this playlist

A Forty Dollar Misunderstanding
Policemen intervene when a woman calls to complain that her boyfriend stole forty dollars. The argument soon escalates as the man refuses to admit that he took any money, and…
Nothing Hurt But My Pride
This film consists of several sequences related to arrests after street fights involving policemen, and discussions of the incidents by the police in cars and at the station.
Twenty One Dollars or Twenty One Days
A man arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest tells his story in night court.
Vagrant Woman
An unemployed woman who has been living in her car is questioned by the police. They offer her advice and finally take her to the Salvation Army.
Henry is Drunk
Pittsburgh police observe a man's questionable driving pattern and request him to leave his car and take a cab.
Youth and the Man of Property
A suburban couple calls the police to intervene after being harassed by a youth
You Wasn't Loitering
This film treats the problem of "loitering." In a number of sequences, police warn youths, police administrators discuss enforcement of loitering laws, officers are insulted, and several youths are arrested.
Two Brothers
This short film shows a family's attempt to resolve a dispute among themselves over a brother's damaged car, after the police have been called to intervene.
Wrong Kid
The police, looking for a suspect, question the wrong youth.
Manifold Controversy
A customer tries to explain to police why he feels he has been cheated out of an exhaust system by a garage owner.

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