There are already several really good shows about the daily process of policework. Among these are "The First 48," the various "S.W.A.T." series and of course "Cops." To these we can now add a detailed and educational variant on the type, "Crime 360." As the name would suggest, it's a look at all aspects of solving a case, from collecting the evidence to finding the suspects and reviewing the weapons. We even get to meet the medical examiners. The whole process is a lot more intricate and difficult than you'd think. Detectives must also deal with confusing stories and witnesses who don't want to talk. One good look at the evidence may completely change their views of the possible suspects. It's not just open-and-shut like it is on an episode of a drama.
If you're used to police work as it's shown on fictional series, take a look at this show, and learn what goes on in real life.