Series 1

Series about Humberside Police's custody suite, which hosts Hull's young offenders

  • Episode 8

    8/8 Sgt Goode faces a nine-hour battle of wills with a youngster who won't give up his name.

    First broadcast: 01 Apr 2011

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  • Episode 7

    7/8 Rookie sergeant Rob Grunner deals with the singing burglar and Hull's worst car thief.

    First broadcast: 25 Mar 2011

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  • Episode 6

    6/8 After running a red light the with cops in tow, a drunk student faces a career in tatters.

    First broadcast: 04 Mar 2011

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  • Episode 5

    5/8 Sgt Stu Constable faces a dirty protest and a drunk claiming to be a millionaire jockey.

    First broadcast: 11 Mar 2011

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  • Episode 4

    4/8 It's a round of medical emergencies and digestive dilemmas for Sgt Peter Swann.

    First broadcast: 25 Feb 2011

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Episode 8

8/8 Sgt Goode faces a nine-hour battle of wills with a youngster who won't give up his name.

Wed 15 Jun 2011 23:15 BBC One Northern Ireland only

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  • Inside the hidden world of police custody

    Inside the hidden world of police custody

    This is the really sharp end of policing - the custody unit where suspects are kept during that volatile period between arrest and, possibly, a court appearance. So what happens there?

    Justin Kelly observes Humberside's custody suite

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