The plot: As the movie opens, a daring jail break is in progress. A dozen female prisoners are making a run for it, and tight-skirted, high-heeled, Officer Bond captures all but two (without the help of any man!). This draws the attention from the brass, and they summon her to HQ in order to recruit her for an "undercover" mission. Her Lieutenant, Frank Mitchell (the buff Tony Young) is skeptical that a woman can do any police work, so he puts her through some tests. She passes them, and in the process, disables a karate instructor (William Smith) with a good swift kick to the gonads. They then explain the mission to her, and she replies "so you need a woman, pardon the pun, to go undercover." Lacy Bond (who is better equipped than James Bond) has some great one liners, such as, "If you want your prisoners alive...don't give me an automatic rifle." Winning Mitchell's respect, Lacy is unleashed.
Will Maud discover Lacy is really a cop? Will Frank learn to love a woman who can beat him up? Will the tight skirts worn by 1970s policewomen ever come back in style in modern day policing? If you are annoyed with the political correctness of "Law & Order," or fed-up with the arrogant and stuck-up characters of "Criminal Minds," see Sondra Currie in "Policewomen."