Documentary series profiling the work of a high-speed police interception units. Led by specially trained officers and equipped with the fastest vehicles in the force - the Mitsubishi Evo, and Subaru Impreza (in conjunction with unmarked vehicles and air support from a £3.4m Eurocopter). The team tackles the most difficult-to-catch criminals on a daily basis as well as Essex's most unpopular nuisances: the boy racers.
West Yorkshire is one of the UK's highest crime areas. With this proud region seeing it's criminal activity levels spiralling, the interceptors use every tool in their arsenal to deliver justice.
Runaway drivers are convinced to stop by the threat of 50,000 volts, a suspected drink-driver resists arrest and receives a face full of incapacitating PAVA spray, a fresh-faced and uninsured motorist tries to pass himself off as his 52-year-old father.
Chris Spencer and the team chase a Golf GTI that is racing through the streets at three times the legal limit. Reports gunshots at a house party on a residential street lead to a full scale firearms operation.
Dog handler Steve and the firearms team are involved in a dramatic doorstep showdown in which a man is alleged to have attacked someone with an axe and a machete. A stolen van makes off from officers in Leeds before nearly hitting a dog walker, while a tactical pursuit and containment collars a disqualified driver who tries to pull the wool over the interceptors' eyes.
Bob and BoBo are in pursuit of a clapped-out white van through the back streets, where a dead end brings the vehicle to an abrupt halt and the occupants make off on foot. Martin clocks a driver speeding at more than 100mph, while Kev and rookie Oliver expose a cunning insurance scam.
A white van fails to stop and leads officers on night-time pursuit round Halifax, but the chase finally comes to an end with devastating consequences. Sophie finds a drunk driver and his girlfriend on a motorway embankment, having abandoned their car, while Clarkie is forced to use pepper spray after a motorist disappears into some bushes.
Steve responds to a burglary in progress, chasing a suspect through back gardens. Interceptors flood a housing estate searching for suspects involved in a shooting, and swoop on suspected shoplifters with a boot full of stolen booty.
Interceptor Steve is involved in a dangerous high speed pursuit of a car stolen in a burglary. The fleeing driver ditches and runs, and the police chopper tries to keep him in their sights.
Dog handler Duncan attends a midnight stand-off between armed officers and a man who has been seen carrying knives, Suggs pulls over a motorist who appears incapable of telling the truth, and Charlie is given the unenviable task of removing a Range Rover from a ditch after a crash.
The interceptors are in pursuit of a road works wrecker, a 17 year old robbery suspect, and a drink driver who does not understand the word blow. Dan is forced into a daylight pursuit of a Ford Focus with a shocking outcome.
Pursued by a helicopter and a team of armed response vehicles, two men armed with machetes and a sawn-off shotgun make a dramatic escape on a motorbike. Meanwhile, officers Clarkie and Nick take two dangerous boy racers off the road, and a high-speed pursuit of alleged burglars turns into a race on foot.
A suspect assaults Steve with his car keys, Charlie and Paul pursue an Corsa that stole fuel and Chris and Sophie spot a bunny hopping learner driver who already has eight points on his provisional license.
Sergeant Mick and the Operational Support Unit carry out a raid on a house with suspected drug activity, and uncover a cannabis farm in the loft. There is motorcycle madness as Gav apprehends a biker risking his and other road users' lives.
A runaway driver flees an accident in a decommissioned ambulance, then crashes through a level crossing and ditches his ride on a live railway line. While a chopper tracks the suspect, cops frantically battle to close the railway line.
A white van man makes a break for it after ploughing into a parked car, a suspect is not keen on wearing a set of cuffs, and the driver of a stolen car is brought to a halt thanks to some railings.
The interceptors chase down two separate runaways using wildly different tactics. Plus, dog handler Duncan assists armed response officers in Leeds city centre following reports of a man with a pistol.
Dan and Tom have their hands full with a driver who is four times over the limit and still refuses to come quietly even when he's bundled into the back of the police car. Sophie and Adie stop a carload of lads at five in the morning and the driver is over the limit, but it's what's down his trousers that is more of a concern.
A gang of burglars breaks into a house and takes the keys to luxury cars. After the thieves flee in three stolen vehicles, multiple teams hunt them down with the police chopper. The first burglar is caught after a lengthy pursuit of a stolen Mercedes, which he abandons before running straight into the path of waiting officers. Once the occupants of a second stolen Merc are apprehended by the chopper team, Ben and Warren go after the third vehicle - which they are stunned to witness burst into flames.
Officers go in pursuit of a driver who is so drunk that he can't even keep his car on the road and the chase ends with shocking results. Elsewhere, dog handler Tony encounters a naked man stranded at the side of the road, and Sophie is forced to buy a treat for the entire team due to a rookie mistake.
Officers track down a high-powered Audi speeding through the back streets of Bradford, which comes to a sudden halt as it crashes into a parked car. In Wakefield, dog handler Duncan and police dog Tia are in hot pursuit of a renegade van, while officers Nick and Bobo rush to a scene of total carnage after a drunk driver has crashed into a house.
It takes a stinger operation to stop a dangerous driver who reverse-rammed the cops, but the interceptors are in for a surprise when they see who is behind the wheel. Plus a dad is caught drug-driving with his child in the car.
Officers Nick and Bob chase down a suspicious looking van with false registration plates. Meanwhile, Sophie and Adie hunt for a man linked to multiple sexual assault charges, and a reckless Audi driver is chased through Wakefield city centre.
A runaway driver escapes the car while still on the move, leaving Kev to chase him down on foot.
Nick and Joe pursue helmetless motorbike riders until one takes a ten-foot drop.
Officers chase a car trying to escape the wrong way down the M62, a pursuit which ends in three arrests and the seizure of a van full of potentially stolen generators. Elsewhere in West Yorkshire, the Proactive Intercept Team seize more than £200,000 of unlawfully obtained cash, and in Bradford, officers Nicky and Claire are on hand to get an unsafe Golf off the roads.
Police officers race through the streets of Leeds on an extraordinary pursuit. Elsewhere in Huddersfield, Duncan and dog Tia join forces with the firearms unit, combining their expertise to bring two wanted men to justice. Later, Adie and Chris spend an evening lost in a forest after hunting down a wanted vehicle.
Josie dreams about Pearadyne Laboratories, but what proved to only be a nightmare almost becomes reality when she finds herself on the way to Pearadyne Laboratory ruins with Vaughn Pearson. Their prohibited fact finding mission reveals strange phenomenon. And soon, Josie's friends realise that this old laboratory is actually located on a powerful magnetic site. Even more strange events begin occurring and could become very dangerous to everyone...
The programme returns with cameras once again following a high-speed police interception unit at work in Durham and Cleveland. Andy Lawson is involved in a high-speed chase through a housing estate, Kev Salter carries out an early morning raid on a suspected drug dealer's house and a drunk driver is grumpy when pulled over, then irate when he is arrested