Info: The Knapp Commission (officially known as the Commission to Investigate Alleged Police Corruption) stemmed from a five-member panel initially formed in April 1970 by Mayor John V. Lindsay to investigate corruption within the New York City Police Department.
Frank Barker has got it going pretty well, respected police officer and part of the Narcotics Task force for a little over two years now. Getting himself into the police department by passing the required tests and training was one thing. Getting respected on the streets and by his corrupted colleagues, was another. Against his will he himself becomes corrupt; getting involved in a shooting with every piece of evidence that puts Frank in the spotlight of intentional murder, his commander in chief bails him out. The evidence is switched around and instead makes him a hero.
I'm looking for somebody to play the detective (knapp comission) that investigates the murder, since things just don't seem to add up.
Doing whatever it takes to get to the hidden truth, even if it means follow officer Frank Barker every where he goes.
If anybody's interested hit me up, we can discuss the plot further.