Police documentary screening set Nov. 17 in Bethel Park
A screening of a documentary film about law enforcement officers who have been killed or injured in the line of duty will be held at 7 p.m. on Nov. 17 in the Bethel Park High School auditorium.
“Heroes Behind the Badge” is directed by award-winning filmmaker Wayne Derrick and narrated by actor Vincent D'Onofrio, who portrays Detective Robert Goren in the TV series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”
The event will feature a performance by the Greater Pittsburgh Police Pipes & Drums Band and a question-and-answer session with the film's executive producer, William Erfurth.
Advance tickets cost $15 and can be purchased in person or by mail from the Bethel Park Police, 5100 W. Library Ave., Bethel Park, PA 15102. For more details, contact Officer Sean Gorman at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-831-6800 Ext. 836. Tickets are $20 at the door.
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