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Highway Patrol takes a rare fly-on-the-wall glimpse into the working lives of the Australian police officers who spend their days striving to keep our roads safe. From high-speed chases to violent conflicts and catching speeding drivers to investigating crash scenes, officers of the Victoria Police Traffic Units spend each day on the front line. As part of their job, the officers featured in Highway Patrol deal with drunken hooligans, defiant law breakers and simply lazy motorists, and they all pose an equal danger to themselves and others. These officers are passionate about their work, proud of what they do on a daily basis and invite viewers into their remarkable world in Highway Patrol.
Buckle up and get ready to experience first hand the fast-paced, breakneck world of Australia's Traffic Police. viewers get a rare glimpse into the day-to-day lives of the officers who take on two types of dangerous offenders - the criminal and their vehicle. Tonight, an officer is called to an incident at a school where a driver has plowed through the school fence and fled the scene in the car. Elsewhere, a driver is pulled over doing 101km/h in an 80km zone, he apparently lost concentration because he and his girlfriend had been talking.
When an unlicensed driver is questioned, the situation gets tense and a scuffle breaks out. Elsewhere, a driver is seen by officers talking on her mobile phone but when they pull her over she denies the accusations. And a young female driver has been spotted travelling at 151km on the Calder highway, putting herself and other drivers on the road at extreme risk.
Leading Snr Cnst Dave Winton is on a high-speed motorbike chase. Elsewhere, officers impound a car using the new hoon legislation, caution a young lady for not displaying P Plates and slow down a speeding driver who is in a rush for soccer practice.
Officer Alasdair Farrell and Officer Ash Bowden are called to a local park after reports of hooning. On arrival they find a car on its roof with debris strewn all around, but there's no sign of the occupants. Elsewhere, a local mechanic seeks attention the wrong way.
Officer Megan De Winne recognises a red car and pulls it over for a routine check. Elsewhere, someone reports nearly being run over by a drunk driver, a driver is pulled over for doing 130km in a 110km zone and a truck driver with an attitude is caught running a red light.
Officer Megan de Winne pulls over an unlicensed driver with an unrestrained toddler in the back seat. Elsewhere, a driver who is using borrowed number plates discovers they are in fact stolen. And a driver in a stunning Maserati is busted on the phone.
An officer narrowly misses being pricked by needles and a highly-strung youth gets lippy with Senior Constable Megan De Winne.
Leading Senior Constable Ivan Bosnjak clocks a car doing 148km in an 80km zone and after a high-speed pursuit the driver rams the police car. Elsewhere, officers pull over a speeding driver with no headlights and a P Plater has an unusual reason for not wearing his plates.
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