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CBS 48 Hours “Katrina Brownlee: The Good Cop” | February 26 2022 Preview

CBS 48 hours

Tonight Saturday (February 26 2022) an all-new CBS “48 Hours” A High Ranking Detective Shares Her Story On Being Shot Multiple Times By Abusive Ex-Fiance

Tonight, The February 26 edition of “CBS: 48 Hours” airs at 10PM ET/PT on CBS. You can watch previous episodes at CBS and ParamountPlus.

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“My story starts from a very dark place, and it becomes a story of grace, a story of love and a story of hope,” says Brownlee.

When she was 22, Brownlee lived with her then-fiancé, Alex Irvin, who was a New York City correction officer. She says that every time she called the police after he abused her, they would leave without taking action.

“Every time he flashed that badge, they would walk away,” she said.

“48 Hours” “Katrina Brownlee: The Good Cop”

Anchored by Michelle Miller, co-host of CBS SATURDAY MORNING, “Katrina Brownlee: The Good Cop” takes viewers inside Brownlee’s inspirational journey from survivor of a horrific attack to top-ranked detective in the NYPD. Brownlee opens up about the abuse she says she suffered, how she met the so-called blue wall of silence, how she fought to live, and how she vowed to be a good cop.

On a January morning in 1993, Brownlee met Irvin at his home. Irvin, she says, had a weird look on his face. “He pointed a gun to me and said, ‘This is the day you die, bitch,’ and he shot me in my stomach. And then he shot me again.”

He shot her five times, reloaded his gun, and shot five more times. A family friend of Irvin’s who happened to stop by saw Brownlee bleeding and insisted on taking her to the hospital.

Investigators initially thought Brownlee would die. She survived. It would take months, but she says she learned how to walk again. During that time Brownlee also vowed to change the system that let her down and become a police officer.

“I wanted to become a good cop,” she tells Miller.

“There’s a difference?” Miller asks.

“Yeah,” Brownlee says. “A good cop has empathy, a good cop cares about people that they have to protect and have to serve.

This hour is part of CBS News and Stations’ ongoing reporting for Black History Month.

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