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The Met: Policing London is a documentary series filmed over the course of a year. The cameras follow officers from Britain's biggest and busiest police service as they deal with life, death, crime and its victims all over London.
In Hackney, detectives investigate a spate of stabbings and encounter one victim who is reluctant to tell them anything. Detectives from the Met's Sexual Offences Unit try to gather evidence against a man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman with Down's syndrome, but with rape being one of the hardest crimes to investigate, they struggle to understand exactly what happened. The Met's dedicated robbery unit, the Flying Squad, use all their undercover surveillance skills in order to catch masked gunmen who have been targeting newsagents and supermarkets in south east London.
In Brixton custody suite, a detainee has stripped naked and is refusing to come out of his cell and go to court. In another cell, a man has been brought in for threatening a supermarket cashier with a knife. In Croydon, a detective investigates a series of cat killings, bringing in a specialist in animal forensic pathology and criminal profiling experts from the National Crime Agency. While at New Scotland Yard, senior police officers plan the strategy for the year's anti-capitalist Million Mask March.
Homicide detectives investigate the murder of an elderly man in north London, we follow an undercover operation attempting to cut off the drugs supply in east London, and in west London police are on the hunt for Ealing's most wanted burglars.
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