Can the Police Dog Unit track down a driver who fled a crash scene?
Available until 20:00 20 Aug 2013
To view this page ensure that Adobe Flash Player version 10.1.0 or greater is installed.
In this episode, Rav slips into his stab vest for his first week back with the Force. He joins the unit as they kit up and hit the streets, policing an English Defence League march in Luton. What was supposed to be a peaceful protest soon turns sour when missiles begin to fly, but the highly trained police unit swings into action to dispatch the rowdy troublemakers.
During a night on patrol in Colchester, the police’s patience is tested by binge drinkers. Paramedics are called in to take an inebriated merrymaker to casualty.
In Harlow, officers race to the scene of an armed siege, where a domestic dispute has spun out of control. In a tense stand-off, officers armed with a battering ram prepare to storm the house whilst a negotiator attempts to find a peaceful resolution to the situation.
The adrenaline is pumping as Rav gears up for his first drugs raid in eight years. Joining the ‘entry crew’ as they prepare for the dangerous operation, Rav is taken on a roller-coaster trip down memory lane as the unit targets three houses simultaneously on the same street.
Rav’s experience as an officer with the Met allows him to embed himself in the heart of this elite policing unit. His first-hand insight, combined with state-of-the-art officer-mounted cameras, brings viewers closer to the action than ever before.