999: What’s Your Emergency? – 10 February 2020 – 10/2/2020 – February 10 – Monday – Channel 4

Season 10, Episode 4
Demand on Wiltshire’s emergency services is at an all-time high. Never have the county’s services been so needed, or so stretched. Traditionally men commit most crimes. But police have seen a 63% increase in offences by women in the last five years, including incidents of violence. The number of women arrested for drugs offences has more than doubled and there’s been a 40% rise in the number of arrests of girls under 18. PC Tom Gregory investigates an early evening report of a group of women attacking a single girl. PC Jon Simpson visits the male victim of an opportunist robbery by a woman at his home. A 12-year-old girl who has endured years of bullying gives a statement to police about the teen girl gang who set fire to her hair. And on Christmas Eve, a heavily pregnant woman and her partner carry out a shocking, unprovoked attack on a mother and her children.

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About 999: What’s Your Emergency?

An inside look at the lives of emergency services personnel in the United Kingdom, following the specially trained police, fire and ambulance teams on the front line as they answer millions of emergency calls every year, and discovering how they cope with making life-or-death decisions under stress on a daily basis. The cameras follow the work of first responders around the clock, providing an insight into a world full of drug- and alcohol-induced injuries, domestic violence, car accidents and fires.

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