Just finished two docu series on Netflix that are well worth a watch.
Flint Town is about the city of Flint Michigan and centres on the police department there but also looks into the wider issues of poverty, race and other issues in the city.
Shot in the Dark follows three freelance stringers as they compete to shot film from accidents, shootings and other incidents in LA. There is the moral issue if it is right to do such a thing but I found it interesting and compelling at times.
Both series are so well and worth having a look at.