Up to one thousand incidents per day, resources cut by 15% since 2010, one incident manager with overall command. This is policing in 2019.
For the first time, this series goes inside the nerve Centre of policing – the police communications and control Centre (colloquially known as force control) – to shed fresh light on the changing face of law and order in modern Britain. With violent and complex crimes on the rise across the UK, an increasing number of emergencies, and fewer resources to deal with them, this series will show the critical decisions made in control and on the ground in Devon & Cornwall the largest geographical policing area in England.
Call the Cops’ has access to the force’s most sensitive intelligence and command and control of all frontline officers including the most specialist frontline teams but after years of cuts, this series will reveal just how hard is it for the police to maintain law and order in 2019.