Next Episode of 24 Hours in Police Custody is
Bedfordshire Police allowed more than 80 cameras to follow their work for this landmark documentary series from the makers of 24 Hours in A&E.
A young woman has been brutally attacked in the undergrowth near a secluded bridge. Police immediately begin a frantic search at the scene of daylight rape to find any forensic evidence that might identify a suspect. DC Denise Brown of the Major Crime Unit says: 'I think this case has affected me more than any other crime I've dealt with. The torture and pain will affect her for the rest of her life.
An experienced officer from the Bedfordshire Police Internet Child Abuse Investigation Team investigates an area of criminal behaviour beyond anything she has tackled before.
Detectives race to the scene of a stabbing in broad daylight. Cameras follow every twist and turn of the investigation, revealing the real-life stories behind the familiar headlines about knife crime.
Cameras follow every twist and turn of a real-life police investigation as detectives attempt to catch a suspected drug trafficker before he can escape on a flight to Spain.
Bedfordshire police receive a 999 call from a country estate, reporting a burglary of antiques worth a quarter of a million pounds. But for veteran CID detective Dave Brecknock something about the case doesn't quite add up.
A coroner has asked police to look into the sudden death of a 48-year-old woman. When DS Graham McMillan, who has dealt with over 200 murders during his career, is sent photos of the dead woman, they immediately raise suspicions. He says 'You do get a hunch just through experience, something isn't right... I've looked at the photos that were taken of the lady in situ and what concerns me, is some of the bruising around the chest and the neck area.' His next step is to 'look at what we've got in front of us and say 'something doesn't seem right here'.
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