The acclaimed documentary series captures shocking scenes as Nottingham's frontline coppers find themselves under sustained attack from bricks and petrol bombs during the 2011 riots.
The acclaimed documentary series captures shocking scenes as Nottingham's frontline coppers find themselves under attack from bricks and petrol bombs during the 2011 English riots.
The acclaimed documentary series meets beat bobbies tackling shoplifters, burglars, drunks, anti-social behaviour and intractable disputes between neighbours in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
This episode joins Tayside police's newest recruits as they hit the streets for the first time. Unlike most English forces, police in Scotland are still taking on new recruits.
With exclusive access to Nottinghamshire police's Armed Response Unit, this episode reveals what it's like carrying lethal weapons and tasers on the British streets.
Coppers joins the officers of Nottinghamshire Police's Territorial Support Group, who are trained to deal with public disorder, from football violence to resourceful criminals.
Coppers meets Nottinghamshire Police's dogs and their handlers, who face tough challenges on the frontline, from crowd control at football matches to sniffing out drugs and guns
The final episode of the series joins officers on the rural Pitlochry beat. It may be quiet, but they've got 1000 square miles to cover, and some of the most dangerous roads in Scotland