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Flint Town is an eight episode American documentary television series that was released on Netflix on March 2, The series covers a period from November to early , the same time frame as the presidential election. The department captured on-screen is down from officers to 98 for , people, the lowest out of comparably sized cities.
Over the course of the episodes, the police faced a crucial millage vote and a city government wrangling over funding. For the Welsh football team, see Flint Town F. The Guardian. Retrieved Los Angeles Times. My City Magazine. Retrieved March 3, Netflix original ended series — Current series Original ended series onwards Continuation series Specials Upcoming series.
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Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes file. Download as PDF Printable version. Italiano Edit links. Flint , Michigan. March 2, As a water crisis erupts and a new mayor is sworn in, the understaffed police department faces Federal extortion charges while struggling to protect the city. A new chief ushers in change as a presidential debate comes to town.
A young cadet navigates training, while veteran Frost recalls a painful incident. Chief Johnson's new team targeting high-crime area takes action, to mixed response from the community. Cadet Dion and his mother close in on graduation. Flint police battle with a store that's a magnet for criminal activity. Dion has his first shift on the job. The officers react to tragedy in Dallas. Flint PD copes with anti-police sentiments. The city starts a volunteer community police program. Encouraging crime statistics bring cautious optimism. Presidential candidate Donald Trump visits Flint. As voters weigh renewing a police funding tax, Chief Johnson looks for other ways to raise revenue.
Election Day arrives. As nervous officers await the result, it's business as usual on the streets. Trump's win exposes divisions in the department. Johnson clashes with the city council over the budget as crime stats head in the wrong direction. Balasko and Frost ponder their future together.Flint dirty talking to me hot
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