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"The Voice of the Nation's Police Officers."

Newspaper publisher Cynthia Brown of American Police Beat. The newspaper's motto is to be "The Voice of the Nation's Police Officers." The tabloid-style paper is written for and by cops and caters to their concerns. (The paper's address is P.O. BOX 382702, Cambridge, MA 02238-2702; Tel: 617-491-8878; FAX: 617-354-6515)

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Other segments from the episode on September 12, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, September 12, 1995: Interview with Mark Bowden; Interview with Cynthia Brown; Interview with Jim Galipeau.

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