Police: Hour Of Duty – 18 June 2020 – 18/6/2020 – June 18 – Thursday – Seven – 7
Police deal with a woman who is threatening suicide and heading towards a bridge. It’s just past 9pm and a police unit is dispatched to track her down but on arrival at her home, find it empty.
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About Police: Hour Of Duty
Fighting crime against the clock: the officers of Derbyshire Police Force tackle a range of incidents, from drug house stakeouts to missing children and domestic violence calls, all in one hectic real-life hour.
This show is broadcast on Channel Seven.
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