Traffic Cops

CRIME & INVESTIGATION – Weekdays from Monday 6 February, 5.30pm

For eight years Traffic Cops has been regularly pulling in the audiences with its unique blend of drama, extraordinary action, humour and engaging story telling.

Quite rightly, it’s regarded as the Daddy of the police observational TV genre.

With a unique style of filming and expert camera crews spending days and days (and nights!) cooped up in the back of police patrol cars gathering material that enables us to get to know the men and women behind the uniforms. As well the cops the stars of the show are, of course, you and I, the public! Most of us have been there, blue lights flashing from behind, heart pounding, pulled over perhaps, for a little ‘chat’. Usually there’s nothing more to it but as Traffic Cops reveals, sometimes there is and when there is what follows can be truly spectacular.

CRIME & INVESTIGATION – Sundays from 12 December, 6.30pm

Enforcing the rules of the road… Everyone who drives knows what it’s like to see the flashing lights in the rear view mirror, or be stopped by a cop on the roadside. This long-running series follows the work of various traffic units as they try to enforce the rules and laws of the road and catch criminals on wheels. Humour is high on the agenda as the Traffic Cops go after people who think they can drive without obeying the law.

CRIME & INVESTIGATION – Saturdays from 22 August, 6.30pm

Anyone who drives knows what it’s like to see the flashing lights in the rear view mirror, or be stopped by a cop on the roadside. This popular series follows the work of various traffic units as they try to enforce the rules and laws of the road and catch criminals on wheels. Traffic Cops is a character-led police reality show, with lots of high octane action. Humour is high on the agenda as the traffic cops go after people who think they can drive without obeying the law. Adrenalin and drama are the mainstays.

CRIME & INVESTIGATION – Sundays from 4 July, 6.30pm

Everyone who drives knows what it’s like to see the flashing lights in the rear view mirror, or be stopped by a cop on the roadside. This long-running series follows the work of various traffic units as they try to enforce the rules and laws of the road and catch criminals on wheels. Traffic Cops is a character-led police docu-soap, with lots of high octane action. Humour is high on the agenda as the Traffic Cops go after people who think they can drive without obeying the law. Adrenalin and drama are the mainstays.