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For the first time, viewers will see inside one of Britain's leading police car workshops in Cop Car Workshop.The 10-part UKTV Original follows the car-mad team at Cheshire Police as it builds bespoke vehicles and repair ones that have been out in the field - from cars to lorries and bikes to boats, the series is a mix of dramatic footage of modern-day police work and a human look at the characters in the workshop as they outfit the vehicles with the very latest technology and equipment.Cop Car Workshop is a unique and illuminating look at the boys in blue.
The rural crime unit of Cheshire Police have requested two 4x4 vehicles to help them scale the steep tracks of the Peak District in order to stamp out farm machinery theft, poaching and environmental damage. They need them as quickly as possible so John Heussi concocts a plot to meet the demand, but he's left with a headache when it doesn't go to plan.
Cheshire Police's specialist off-road motorcyclists join the fight against the illegal and anti-social use of mini-motos and off-road bikes as part of Operation Scrambler. Meanwhile John, Dave and Ros get an excuse to show off their knowledge of the second-hand police car market when end of service vehicles are put up for auction.
It's Friday at the Vehicle Maintenance Unit - or Fat Friday as it's commonly known to those in the workshop. But things haven't got off to a good start. A shortage of staff sees Dave manning the phones, an unpleasant whiff from a Riot Van warrants further investigation and after 105,000 miles on the clock it's game over for a marked Interceptor.
Beneath all the cop car modifications, the Interceptor is a high-performance BMW 330. Having one of these mean machines off the road is a major headache for Sergeant Andy Jones of the Road Policing Unit. Working hard and fast, John Heussi and his team need to be quick off the mark to replace the powerhouse.
It's another day of repairs, rebuilds and write-offs at the Vehicle Maintenance Unit at Cheshire Constabulary.
John Heussi embarks on a complete redesign of Cheshire Constabulary's fleet of outdated forensic vans. Elsewhere, not for the first time, a crime car comes in with a faulty wailer, but the fault remains elusive.
Cheshire Police Sergeant Rob Simpson and PC Rick Walker are responsible for investigating Cheshire's rural crime. They currently cruise up and down dales and through rivers in an ageing 4x4 vehicle. But with their vehicle coming to the end of its life there is increasing pressure to get them a new one.
Meanwhile, the vehicle maintenance unit's Pete Shepley is opening the workshop for the final time in his 42-year career.
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