24 Hours in Police Custody – 16 November 2020 – 16/11/2020 – Monday – Channel 4

Following the work of covert detectives from the Eastern Region Special Operation Unit, the documentary focuses on the importation of huge quantities of Class A drugs. While being imported from Europe into the UK, a consignment weighing more than 100 kg was intercepted. An undercover operation is authorized to monitor the shipment closely, using audio and visual equipment, to reveal who is behind it as it travels to its final destination at a farm in rural Hertfordshire.

The covert team attempts to find the true identity of the Jaguar Palace, as well as the evidence to directly link the suspect to the conspiracy to import drugs. The investigators wait for the criminal network to re-establish its lucrative operation and, when it does, stand ready to strike against the ringleaders.


About 24 Hours in Police Custody

`24 Hours in Police Custody’ shows the challenges faced by staff members at the busy Luton Police Station, bringing viewers access that was previously not widely available. More than 80 cameras follow the Bedfordshire police, from the station’s holding cells to the heart of major crime investigations and interrogation rooms. The programme follows the officers as they respond to calls, arrest suspects and try to get enough evidence to charge the suspected perp. They’ll have to get it all done quickly because the law only allows police to keep prisoners against their will for up to 24 hours before being charged.

This show is broadcast on Channel 4.

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