Badge of Honor
is a movie starring
Mena Suvari, Martin Sheen, and Lochlyn Munro.
Two narcotics detectives find themselves in an intense investigation lead by a determined Internal Affairs Detective after a child is wrongfully shot dead in a violent drug bust.
On her first day of the job, brand new Internal Affairs detective, Jessica Dawson (Mena Suvari), gets caught up in the aftermath of a violent drug bust that includes an officer shooting of an innocent young teenager. The facts, as reported by the two narcotic detectives, just don't seem to add up. As she struggles to find the truth, the ramifications of a single lie reverberate throughout the whole precinct. Soon she finds she can't trust anyone, including the precinct captain (Martin Sheen). In this gritty crime thriller that could be ripped from today's headlines, it's cop vs. cop in a deadly fight for honor.Written by
The script had originally been written as a story based around Los Angeles, California. But after the producers decided to film in Vancouver, it was changed from a story about the LAPD to a story about the Seattle Police instead. The writers felt that Vancouver would dub as Seattle much more convincingly than Los Angeles. See more »
When Detective Dawson is reading through the Seattle files on Officer Miles, not only is "assault" spelled incorrectly, but also "unbecoming." It is listed as "Conduct unbecomming of an officer." See more »