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The Met: Policing London – BBC1

The Met: Policing London
(Image credit: BBC/Steve Brown)

The Met: Policing London, BBC1’s fly-on-the-wall documentary about the biggest police force in Britain, is back for a third series

The third series of BBC1’s The Met: Policing London, following the Metropolitan Police, Britain’s biggest police force, begins in Selhurst, south London, with a woman on a bus saying she has been raped.

The Sapphire Unit, which focus on sexual offences, take on the case and using CCTV are able to track the movements of the victim and suspect, obtaining a clear picture of his face.

Alongside DNA evidence and the description from the victim, the team hope they have a strong case.

 

The Met: Policing London

A manhunt is underway in the first episode of BBC1’s The Met: Policing London

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In Lewisham the cameras follow the TSG or Territorial Support Group as they try and remove knives from the streets of south London using the controversial stop-and-search tactic.

Finally, Croydon CID are looking for a man who robbed the ex-chairman of Crystal Palace Football Club, Simon Jordan, at gunpoint for his expensive watch.

This will not be shown in Scotland.

TV Times rating: ***