Lake County Sheriff Deputy Amanda Hurtado, Deputy Roxana Stancioiu and Detective Rebecca Loeb, who are among the featured deputies on the new show.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office announced on Friday that their deputies will return to television on a new Live PD spinoff show called ‘Women on Patrol’.

The television show will feature women deputies from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office on the show, which is set to begin filming this month.

Lake County Sheriff Sgt. Christopher Covelli said that the show’s filming crew will be riding with deputies starting on July 23.

‘Women on Patrol’ is scheduled to air on the Lifetime Cable Network on Monday evenings at 8 p.m. Central Time. Covelli also added that the show will focus on the department’s highway patrol division.

“In the twenty-episode half-hour series, viewers are provided an unfiltered and unfettered look at the female officers on the front line of some of the busiest police forces in the country as they patrol their communities,” the Lifetime Network website said about the show.

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Covelli said that it will “provide another opportunity for the community to have an inside look at the many responsibilities of the sheriff’s office.”

“I am very excited to again have the Lake County Sheriff’s Office featured on a national television program. LivePD was a great success in giving the community an inside look at the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and this is another opportunity to do the same,” Sheriff Mark Curran said.

“I have the utmost confidence in our employees and I am excited to see our staff featured on ‘Women on Patrol’.