Stamping Out Crime: Postal Service Spends Millions on TV Show About Its Crime-Fighting Inspectors

A teddy bear arrives in the mail, and inspectors immediately suspect foul play. They open the package and see the bear has been split open and stitched back up, with narcotics stuffed inside its fluffy belly. Postal officials take the package to its destination, hoping to catch the drug dealer red-handed.

This is not a real narcotics case. It’s an episode of The Inspectors, a TV crime drama paid for by the U.S. Postal Service’s inspection division.

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Deirdre Shesgreen