During the 1970s, New York City is plagued by a wave of crimes. Fed up with the situation and with the police's inaction, friends Willie and Cy complain to the local police precinct. Police captain Ed Malloy explains that his forces are stretched thin and cannot be everywhere all the time. He suggests that residents from various neighborhoods join the Police Auxiliary Force and patrol their own neighborhoods themselves. Willie and Cy organize a large group of volunteers from their neighborhood into a police auxiliary force. They are issued with uniforms and batons but no firearms. However, the resourceful men get hold of various personal firearms and even manage to obtain a few walkies-talkies. Later, Cy obtains a disused police car and paints the auxiliary police insignia on it. The patrol car also has a police radio installed. During the day, Willie and Cy go to their normal day jobs but at night they meet the other auxiliary policemen and patrol the streets of their neighborhood. ...
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If the police can't protect us, then it's our constitutional duty, under the Constitution of the United States, to protect ourselves!
In the Anchor Bay DVD/VHS release, the scene where Cy shows Willie the hot police car he bought is cut a bit. In the original theatrical version, after Cy shows Willie the siren, Cy then shows Willie some stickers he is going to put on the car to make it look like an authentic police car, this part is missing in the home versions. See more