Police Interceptors is back once again in Durham and Cleveland. Featuring some of the most insightful and entertaining observational police work ever captured on camera, Police Interceptors shows you what life is really like for the cops who work hard to keep our streets safe and crime free.
This week it’s doors down and tasers drawn when Interceptor Stu Chaney deals with an alleged assault and a missing crossbow. Amanda Stokes discovers crack on the A19 and Paul ‘Mustard’ Faulkner nicks a bloodied drunk driver hiding on a rooftop.
This week Jacko leads the firearms squad against a man believed to own numerous weapons, a runaway rains roof tiles onto interceptors from the top of a building, and a suspected car thief gives Dicko the slip then runs straight into Paul Faulkner.
This week, Kev Salter and Pete Tate are in a high speed pursuit involving our fine feathered friends, Jimmy Grieves and his dog Boas have their hands full when a dangerous weapon is found early in the morning, and armed response are called out to deal with a drunken gunman.
This week Paul Jackson has his work cut out stopping a runaway van driver that’s causing havoc on the county’s roads and a street disturbance leads Paul Faulker and Lee wilson to a suspicious looking shotgun.
Plus Kev Salter and the team raid a cannabis farm and make a shocking discovery.
In this exclusive episode Ortis rides along on two interceptor night shifts, Jacko and Bully spring a stinger trap on a high speed pursuit, and Kev and Pete tackle an out of control street brawl. Plus, Pete shows Ortis first-hand how the cops handle violent suspects in custody.
In this weapons special the Interceptors are in for a nasty surprise when they respond to reports of a fight involving a handgun and a machete. The clock is ticking for Paul Jackson as he tries to talk down a bloke threatening to take his own life with a knife, and a pub brawl spirals out of control when a weapon is drawn.
This week, Interceptor Ian ‘Stappers’ Stapley pursues a sparky car with a burst front tyre, Jacko heads up the firearms team as they look for two men seen carrying a sawn off shot gun and Shadow the police dog nearly takes a bite of a barricaded burglar.
Plus Kev Salter deals with a heroin user who hides her stash in a hard to reach place.
This week a TPAC training exercise leads straight to the real thing, as interceptors swoop on a car carrying £50,000 worth of cocaine and a boot full of weed. Paul Faulkner rams a runaway motor then takes a baton to its windows, and the rider of a quad bike gives Jacko the slip before bizarrely turning himself in.
This week Kev Salter takes drastic action to stop a vehicle the cops suspect has class A drugs on board. A nasty street fight leads to taser being drawn, and Interceptor Mark Shepherd has his work cut out when a late night pursuit heads off-road.
Also the arrest of a wanted man leads to a lethal weapon and drugs being discovered.
This week Gareth ‘Hoppsy’ Hopps goes after a disqualified driver who decides to leg it over two fences; Damo Stevens gets his stinger out in a bid to stop a drunk driver and Kev Salter solves the mystery of a car abandoned in a field.
In this Deadly Pursuits special the Interceptors take drastic action to stop a dangerous car thief intent on causing carnage.
The pursuit of an unlicensed driver through a housing estate has grave consequences, and officers face one of the biggest challenges of their careers when a stolen JCB goes on the rampage.
This week Gareth Hoppsy Hopps goes after a disqualified driver who decides to leg it over two garden fences; Damo Stevens gets out his stinger in a bid to stop a drunk driver behind the wheel of a suspected stolen van; and Kev Salter finds a car abandoned in a field in the middle of the night and has to work out who’s been driving it – with a drunken 999 call his main clue.