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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.
Officers in pursuit of a speeding bike must call off the dangerous chase, however, it doesn't take them long to make a case breaking identification. Elsewhere, police are forced to restrain an angry passenger. And bizarre behaviour in a car attracts patrolling officer's attention.
An officer comes across a damaged car poorly parked in a shopping car park, yet the man behind the wheel claims he wasn't driving! A Senior Constable pulls over a driver behaving badly, who proceeds to drink in front of him. So it's no surprise he's double the legal limit. Then, a car is pulled up Senior Constable Jeremy Boncher for by driving in the hazard lane- so what's the driver's emergency?
Senior Constable Mick McCrann is called to find a driver who's crashed and left the scene. Mick spots the car and the driver admits from the start that he has had too much to drink. Senior Constable Christine Boseley pulls over a driver for not wearing a seatbelt and finds that the driver reeks of alcohol. After he refuses a breath test, he then proclaims that there is a mistake with the machine which is showing his past drink drink-driving convictions.
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