Street Cops.
Photographs by Jill Freedman.
Harper & Row, New York, 1981. 254 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 10x12¾".

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Fights, busts, rescues, nuts. The drama of looking over a cop's shoulder as he breaks down a door. The sad, whis-pered reflection when a victim is dis-covered. Street Cops is a visual diary of life on the beat in New York City. Jill Freedman spent over two years on pa-trol with the men and women of Man-hattan's Ninth and Midtown South Precincts. Her piercing images capture the suspense and humor, her sharp ear translates the blunt street talk as well as the poetry. Shocking, funny, always true, Street Cops is a unique, intimate and penetrating vision of the street and the work that cops call a living.


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