Next Episode of Crimewatch Roadshow is
Season 9 / Episode 11 and airs on 26 June 2017 09:15
Presented by former Metropolitan Police detective Rav Wilding, the show appeals directly to the public for help with unsolved cases from all over the UK. He's joined by Michelle Ackerley, who will be hitting the road, finding out how police forces up and down the country are tackling the everyday sorts of crime that affects us all.Live every weekday morning, the series features reconstructions, CCTV and Wanted Faces alongside fascinating insights into the latest crime fighting technology and advice on how viewers can avoid becoming a victim themselves.
Today's programme comes live from a fire training centre in County Durham, where reporter Michelle Ackerley sees first-hand how emergency crews prepare for major fires at airports and on oil rigs. In the Yorkshire Dales, the programme finds out how cave and mountain rescue teams are busy helping those in trouble. In the studio, former detective Rav Wilding appeals for your help to find missing people and explores some of the latest technology helping police to fight crime.
Today's programme comes live from an off-road biking track in Yorkshire. Roving reporter Michelle Ackerley delves into the growing problem of motorbikes being used to commit crimes and discovers how local police officers are tackling the illegal and dangerous use of off-road motorbikes. In the studio, former detective Rav Wilding appeals for your help to identify criminals caught on CCTV and track down wanted faces.
Today's programme is live from West Yorkshire Police's state-of-the-art training facility at Carr Gate, Wakefield. Reporter Michelle Ackerley meets this year's intake of new recruits and tries her hand at some of the challenges they face during their training. In the studio, former detective Rav Wilding finds out how the latest video game technology is helping officers at crime scenes.
Michelle Ackerley is in Leicester, where she meets leading forensic scientists who are investigating historical mysteries and modern-day cases. Back in the studio, former police detective Rav Wilding marks the 35th anniversary of Neighbourhood Watch and warns viewers of the latest scam affecting people with disabilities who need specialist assistance dogs.
Michelle Ackerley is in Manchester, where she looks back at the events of May 22 - when the city was targeted in the UK's worst terror attack in over a decade. The programme investigates the ongoing training that emergency teams undergo in order to prepare for when the worst happens. And viewers are asked to help catch the man who brutally attacked a pensioner in her own home.
This episode follows the detectives using science to solve crime - including officers from Staffordshire who used cutting-edge techniques to reveal the face of an unidentified body which has remained a mystery for nearly half a century.
This edition comes from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue's training facility in Bury, where the team gets hands-on with the Mounted Unit and meets the horses who help police in a variety of ways. And detectives appeal for help to catch the people responsible for a terrifying arson attack.
The programme takes to the streets with officers from Greater Manchester Police as they expose the driving offences which put cyclists' lives at risk. In the studio,Rav Wildingasks viewers for help in the CCTV appeal.
In Liverpool, Michelle Ackerley presents appeals from Merseyside police. AndRav Wildingfinds out how officers keep people safe during the Isle of Man's world-famous TT races.
In the West Midlands, Tina Daheley finds out how the emergency services deal with illegal cannabis farms. She joins the police's cannabis disposal team, whose job it is to get rid of the drugs and the equipment - which is a potential fire hazard - used in the farms. AndRav Wildingspeaks to a victim of ransomware and gets advice from the police on how the public can protect itself.
In this edition, Tina Daheley joins the West Midland Police's dog unit in Solihull to see how they train their new canine recruits to sniff out contraband, and meets some of the newest litter of puppies who are about to join the force. Rav Wilding finds out how DNA testing is being used to catch sheep rustlers.
At the National Ambulance Resilience Unit in Wiltshire, a look at how paramedics are trained to deal with the most hazardous emergencies they could possibly face. There is also a powerful appeal from the victim of a rape - to help catch the man who attacked her more than 30 years ago. AndRav Wildingchecks out what has been described as the world's first crime-fighting shoe scanner.
In Bristol, Tina Daheley joins Avon and Somerset's underwater search team. In the studio,Rav Wildingfinds out about a new system used at one prison to stop drones being employed to drop drugs to inmates.
In south Wales, Tina Daheley looks at the issue of fakes, as she follows an operation to seize potentially dangerous counterfeit goods before they can go on sale. In the studio,Rav Wildingwelcomes a police convoy recently returned from a charity mission in Zambia and meets a real-life pet detective.
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