Police Interceptors

Series 4 - Episode 4

Police Interceptors

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Phil helps hatch a plan to apprehend a disqualified driver, and Craig is unimpressed by one man's feeble attempt to disguise his identity.

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    An armed drink-driver leads the interceptors through a graveyard. A man is given a curb-side lesson in road safety after attempting to use a moped as a minibus.

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  • Richard

    almost 2 years ago

    Richard

    I wonder how much the police-force charged the motorbike charity organisers to escort them through the town. I guarentee they didn't do it for free and they probably forced the charity to pay even though they didnt ask for an escort - notice how they brought out the helicopter too for more money. God it makes me so angry. Also, that copper right at the end couldn't resist giving that poor delivery driver a lecture and dish out a load of threats. There was no need for that as I'm sure the driver wasn't happy about having to pick up all of the bread and milk so it was obviously an accident. No wonder why police have a BULLYING reputation. Instead of rolling up his sleeves and helping the delivery driver pick up the dropped goods, he sat in his car and watched him they gave him a lecture. The police moan about people hating them, well, they should stop acting like they're the boss of everyone and learn to remember that they should be here to serve US. (Not the corporate elite)

  • Richard

    almost 2 years ago

    Richard

    It REALLY annoys me when police try and make out that having no insurance is especially bad if you have kids in the car. Let me state the obvious that most police don't seem to be able to comprehend due to their police brainwashing - HAVING NO INSURANCE DOES NOT INCREASE THE RISK OF AN ACCIDENT. If someone is in an accident, insurance is not going to make the slightest bit of difference to anyones survival rate. All insurance does is compensate money and proportion blame for the accident. 99% of the time, an accident is an accident regardless of insurance status. If a child is in a car accident, a hospital will treat the child EXACTLY the same with insurance or without. This is the UK so it bares no relevance. People need to stop letting coppers get away with this because all they're doing is trying to justify their corporate revinue collecting and make people feel guilty or bad. In this case, the police are the immoral and unethical ones.

  • Brok

    over 2 years ago

    Brok

    If you spent less time watching and more time reading, you would be able to tell the difference between 'were' and 'wear' 'witch' and 'which', 'there' and 'they're'. You would also know that the MOT is only one point of judgement and that it is an offence to obscure car windows with 'tinting' or even 'L' plates or 'for sale' signs.

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  • Adverthater

    over 2 years ago

    Adverthater

    Love the show, REALLY HATE the advert about that car... the voices aren't even in time for a start.. if you're going to force me to watch an advert you could at least make a good one.. -.-

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  • Owen

    over 2 years ago

    Owen

    EVO X, Volvo greatest cars

  • petesucks

    over 2 years ago

    petesucks

    Pete your deluded. the traveller jumped over a fence and into his caravan. how could where your from effect wether you would catch him or not. If anything police in USA would have less chance on foot if you know what i mean :L All them coffee breaks orr should i say dohnut breaks LMAO plus EVO X would rince american dated cop cars

  • Lucy

    over 2 years ago

    Lucy

    Police interceptors <3

  • Owen

    over 2 years ago

    Owen

    When im older i want to be a police interceptor :)

  • owen

    over 2 years ago

    owen

    i watch police interceptors everyday!

  • Kirsty

    over 2 years ago

    Kirsty

    I love this show it is amazing!:)!

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  • Name

    almost 3 years ago

    Name

    Sorry the show you are trying to watch is unavailable......here are some more adverts.....

  • SYP_RCU

    almost 3 years ago

    SYP_RCU

    Following the latest series of Police Interceptors on Channel 5 featuring South Yorkshire Police? Then come and chat with Mac! PC ‘Mac McEnery from SYP’s Road Crime Unit who features in the series will be on Twitter @syptweet on Monday night (18 July), immediately after the latest episode. Got to Twitter and message @syptweet to chat with Mac between 9 and 10pm.

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  • Mike

    almost 3 years ago

    Mike

    Hi Mr milkman while i appriciate your loss and the effects that had on you, as a driver you had a duty of care to other road uses and the public,and it was your responsible to make sure your veicle and it load was secure, whilst i sympathise and that was the effect it was having on you perhaps you should have been off work.

  • Pete

    almost 3 years ago

    Pete

    The guy in the yellow van outwitted them from start to finish.....The police force in the USA would have brought this chase to a more satisfactory conclusion!!!!

  • Wendy Jenkins

    almost 3 years ago

    Wendy Jenkins

    Hi Mr Milkman, so sorry to hear about the loss of your father and your subsequent depression. I really hope you're feeling better now.

  • arafath

    almost 3 years ago

    arafath

    I do like this series its interesting for me police r wicked

  • mick

    almost 3 years ago

    mick

    Everyone makes mistakes and I think the police Sgt delt with it correctly as no one was injured. You could see that the milkman understood that if the shed load had hit a pedestrian or even made a motor vehicle swerve it could have caused serious injury or death but thankfully not. Well done officer for using your discretion.

  • Sharon Doherty

    almost 3 years ago

    Sharon Doherty

    Don't worry Mr Milkman - people v quick to form opinions - hope you're doing better now. Think Phil was gracious with his cautioning of young driver over sticker! Fab show - fab cars - fab Phil ;-)

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  • Mr milkman

    almost 3 years ago

    Mr milkman

    I was the milk driver at the end of this programme, for those saying.i shud have been booked u dont know the full story all. see is what was filmed , this took place back in febuary 2011 and at the time i was suffering from deppression after the loss of my father on christmas day 2010 it wasnt untill this happened to me that i accepted i had a problem and had to deal with it . no one is perfect and i made a mistake .

  • its a secret

    almost 3 years ago

    its a secret

    loved it when the traveller in the yellow van headed home n got away nice driving

  • Mike

    almost 3 years ago

    Mike

    Well Wendy thats going to make one hell of a bread and butter pudding :) but sorry the officer i felt would have been more than justified booking him. what really did make me cringe though was Phil,Come on Phil get a grip threatening an £80 fine for public order for a sticker on a car ? that really would do alot towards public relations with the younger generation would'nt it ? i don't often complain about the hard job the police have but that was well ott Phil.

  • john

    almost 3 years ago

    john

    wendy are you one of those people who said george micheal shouldnt have been sent to prison because he was sorry about getting high and crashing his car?

  • alex

    almost 3 years ago

    alex

    are the adverts really necessary since they seem to take up 90% of the broadcasting on the tv?

  • Becks

    almost 3 years ago

    Becks

    Love this show, have a serious crush on Phil too :)

  • Giles

    almost 3 years ago

    Giles

    Are you serious Wendy? One of those trays hitting you in the side of the head could knock you out - fair play for being understanding but I'd have thought myself very lucky not to get nicked in his situation.

  • DSDS

    almost 3 years ago

    DSDS

    VERY DISPOINTED

  • karl

    almost 3 years ago

    karl

    this series is a lot better than the last maybe they will do our local police humberside that would be great to watch also

  • naveed

    almost 3 years ago

    naveed

    i love police inteceptors

  • elaine

    almost 3 years ago

    elaine

    thats was my brother the guy who lost his milk and bread nope they didnt help him clear it up n i dont know if he had to pay for the stuff think

  • Keith

    almost 3 years ago

    Keith

    Was a bit dissapointed re: the milk boy shedding his load. No ont crying over spilt milk.

  • John

    almost 3 years ago

    John

    The attempts by the Police to stop the yellow van look downright dangerous. There appears to be no consideration for the safety of other road users, whether they be moving or stationary! check out 17 minutes into the programme! Why choose to try and bring the pursuit to a halt just next to vehicles parked on the opopsite side of a dual-carriageway without barriers? Madness!

  • stacey

    almost 3 years ago

    stacey

    Just seen my dad on me doing the egg run,he so happy he on tv at last

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  • Mandy Henderson

    almost 3 years ago

    Mandy Henderson

    Cool!!! Just seen myself and a group of my mates doing the Sheffield Egg Run!!! WOW - we have been on TV!!! :)

  • Wendy Jenkins

    almost 3 years ago

    Wendy Jenkins

    I love your shows, but am a particularly sensitive person and I felt upset that the young delivery driver lost his milk and bread and ended up with a telling off from the police. (C5 8pm 4/7) I know that everyone has to be careful, but he was so sorry and thankful for no points. Did he have to pay for his losses? And please tell me that the police/camera men helped him clear up? Thanks from a loyal, caring viewer.

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