NYC Cop’s Death Points to Women’s Front-Line Roles

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When Irma Lozada became the first female New York City police officer shot to death on duty in 1984, some fellow officers said that women would be better off reassigned to office jobs. When another female officer, Miosotis Familia, was shot and killed last week, her gender was far less a focus than were the nondiscriminatory perils of her profession, Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!