What 'Law & Order'-type crime shows can (and can't) tell us about views of policing

The police show is one of TV's most durable staples. And after 30 years of "Law & Order" and its spinoffs, the genre finds itself again drawn into a conversation about how all those cops and crimes, neatly resolved in an hour, shapes the way the public views police and policing amid widespread protests about systemic injustice.

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