Next Episode of Keeping Australia Safe is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Is Australia safe? Do we feel safe? Are the threats we face real or perceived? Are we putting the right resources into the right areas? And what is the cost, other than money, of keeping Australia safe?Keeping Australia Safe is arguably the most ambitious observational documentary series ever undertaken in Australia.
More than 24 government and private institutions granted privileged access for cameras to record their operations over the same 48-hour period. The entire 6-part series was shot in 2 days – revealing what it takes to protect our national security and personal security and at what cost (to the budget and to who we are).
In Eucla, WA, a husband and wife police team patrol the border for drug runners and lead footers. And in Melbourne a young officer subjects himself to viewing child porn as he helps the team tackle paedophilia.
In the Middle East, an RAAF Strike Fighter pilot flies into battle against ISIS while in Tasmania a mum visits Drug Court with her son and in Sydney, Border Force's Counter Terrorism Unit allows cameras in for the first time
Australia's busiest remand centre goes into lockdown when inmates charged with terrorism offences are brought down from the cells. In Torres Strait, Border Force officers intercept a vessel approaching Australian waters.
NRL Sharks Chairman Damian Keogh is caught with cocaine during a police operation, we visit inmates at Long Bay Jail & a case worker tries to find accommodation for elderly women who've been thrown out of home by their kids.
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