Police Interceptors

Tuesday 21 September, 9:00pm on Fiver

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s series finale, the team pulls over a very angry driver, a car thief leads the officers on a cross-county chase, and the Air Support Unit has its work cut out pursuing an athletic burglar. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a super-computer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, Shaun and Grant pull over the angriest driver in ‘Police Interceptors’ history, while Shaun pursues a stolen Jaguar halfway across the county. The interceptors take to the skies to follow an Escort with an exploded tyre, and a burglar fleeing through suburban back gardens gives the helicopter crew a headache. Elsewhere this week, Biggers and Birchy hunt for a lost car key, Gerry nicks a fellow police officer and a dozy thief has a snooze in the back of a patrol car.

Tuesday 31 August, 9:00pm on Fiver

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, officers contend with riotous World Cup revellers, an offender who has breached his ASBO and a suspected drug dealer. Elsewhere, the interceptors are forced to close the Dartford Crossing in order to halt a stolen vehicle. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, the interceptors have their hands full with public order patrols as World Cup fever hits Essex. A man breaches the terms of his ASBO, an ambitious petrol thief attempts to steal a 200- gallon fuel tank, and a suspected drug dealer cannot give a convincing reason for his suspicious nosebleed. Elsewhere in the county, Rob Barlow scours 200 acres of woodland for a dumper truck, the Air Support Unit shuts the Dartford Crossing in the hunt for stolen vehicles, and PC Shaun Gurney finds a bald patch – on a teenage boy racer’s tyres.

Monday 30 August, 8:00pm on Five

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, the cops are on the trail of a group of thieves who targeted a supermarket. A rude biker finds himself the subject of police attention, and a disqualified driver tries to evade the long arm of the law. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, Biggers and Andy track down some thirsty thieves who have just robbed a supermarket. Shaun and Grant pull over a badmannered biker, and Emily is not fooled when a disqualified driver pretends to be someone else.

Tuesday 24 August, 9:00pm on Fiver

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, the officers intercept three men armed with a burglary toolkit and apprehend a suspected drug-driver. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, the team is deployed to hunt down a gang of burglars responsible for stealing a large plasma TV, and the officers carry out an impairment test on a suspected drug-driver. Elsewhere in the county, Shawn and Grant stop three shady suspects armed with a burglary toolkit and the interceptors test out their driving skills on the new Subaru driving simulator.

Monday 23 August, 8:00pm on Five

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, officers contend with riotous World Cup revellers, an offender who has breached his ASBO and a suspected drug dealer. Elsewhere, the interceptors are forced to close the Dartford Crossing in order to halt a stolen vehicle. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, the interceptors have their hands full with public order patrols as World Cup fever hits Essex. A man breaches the terms of his ASBO, an ambitious petrol thief attempts to steal a 200- gallon fuel tank, and a suspected drug dealer cannot give a convincing reason for his suspicious nosebleed. Elsewhere in the county, Rob Barlow scours 200 acres of woodland for a dumper truck, the Air Support Unit shuts the Dartford Crossing in the hunt for stolen vehicles, and PC Shaun Gurney finds a bald patch – on a teenage boy racer’s tyres.

Tuesday 17 August, 9:00pm on Fiver

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, Biggers and Andy track down a suspected drug runner on the M25. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, Biggers and Andy track down a suspected drug runner on the M25. Emily and Grant join forces with Ofcom to raid an illegal pirate radio station. Elsewhere, the Evo 10 goes down a storm with thousands of boy racers at a national car event.

Monday 16 August, 8:00pm on Five

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, the officers intercept three men armed with a burglary toolkit and apprehend a suspected drug-driver. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, the team is deployed to hunt down a gang of burglars responsible for stealing a large plasma TV, and the officers carry out an impairment test on a suspected drug-driver. Elsewhere in the county, Shawn and Grant stop three shady suspects armed with a burglary toolkit and the interceptors test out their driving skills on the new Subaru driving simulator.

Tuesday 10 August, 9:00pm on Fiver

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, a knife-wielding man ruins New Year celebrations, and the interceptors race to capture a gang. As snow causes chaos on the roads, Grant becomes furious when he spots a child travelling without a seatbelt. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, New Year’s Eve celebrations turn sour when a man threatens police officers with a knife, forcing the interceptors to go in with full riot gear. Biggers seizes a haul of mystery drugs, and the officers are involved in a chase across six lanes of traffic with the help of the Air Support Unit and some stun guns. Elsewhere this week, snow brings chaos to the roads of Essex, Grant sees red over a child without a seatbelt, and Rob’s trousers give up on him.

Monday 9 August, 8:00pm on Five

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, Biggers and Andy track down a suspected drug runner on the M25. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, Biggers and Andy track down a suspected drug runner on the M25. Emily and Grant join forces with Ofcom to raid an illegal pirate radio station. Elsewhere, the Evo 10 goes down a storm with thousands of boy racers at a national car event.

Tuesday 3 August, 9:00pm on Fiver

More fast-paced action on the streets of Essex with the interceptors. In this week’s instalment, a knife-wielding man ruins New Year celebrations, and the interceptors race to capture a gang. As snow causes chaos on the roads, Grant becomes furious when he spots a child travelling without a seatbelt. This high-octane documentary series profiles the work of a police interception unit in Essex. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force, the team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis. With a population of 1.3 million and a network of major motorways running through the county, Essex is a tough patch to police. The interceptor team is manned by hand-picked officers who are specially trained to handle vehicles at high speed. The teams are kitted out with the latest police vehicles in Britain, including the Mitsubishi Evo and the Subaru Impreza. These motors are capable of massive acceleration and boast a range of gadgets, including tracking devices linked to a supercomputer back at HQ. The interceptors are also aided by a fully equipped Eurocopter, which is fitted with a long-range telephoto lens that can read a number plate from seven miles away. All of this technology and expertise means that the police interceptors are cracking down on Essex crime – and the criminals rarely know what has hit them. This week, New Year’s Eve celebrations turn sour when a man threatens police officers with a knife, forcing the interceptors to go in with full riot gear. Biggers seizes a haul of mystery drugs, and the officers are involved in a chase across six lanes of traffic with the help of the Air Support Unit and some stun guns. Elsewhere this week, snow brings chaos to the roads of Essex, Grant sees red over a child without a seatbelt, and Rob’s trousers give up on him.

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