Scott Christopherson

co-director and co-producer, 'Peace Officer'

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Co-director and co-producor of the film Peace Officer

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SWAT teams were first created here in Los Angeles after the 1965 Watts riots. Since then, the use of SWAT teams has increased across the country.

New Film, 'Peace Officer,' Explores the Expansion of Police Militarization

SWAT teams were first created here in Los Angeles after the 1965 Watts riots. Since then, the use of SWAT teams has increased across the country.

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