Police Interceptors | Series 16 – West Yorkshire
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Series 16 – West Yorkshire

‘Police Interceptors’ returns to West Yorkshire for an all-action new series.
Tackling career criminals and armed gunman, top-tier drug dealers and dangerous drivers, Interceptors put their lives on the line every day. But with their performance cars, crack firearms team and skilled dog unit, the best of West Yorkshire are up to the challenge.
This series features some of the most shocking and dramatic police footage ever filmed, as we ride alongside those remarkable men and women fighting to keep the peace in one of the highest crime regions in the country. Set tasers to stun, the Interceptors are back.

EPISODE 1

EPISODE 1

The new series is back with a bang, with one of the most epic pursuits in Interceptors history. Eight police cars and the Interceptors eye in the sky hunt down a high powered Porsche Cayenne that’s causing carnage. Undertaking at high speeds and goading the Interceptors, the driver then takes out several police cars, including one with Steve Oliver behind the wheel.

Meanwhile, Ben Pearson and Ben Barraclough attend a crash scene where a car’s flipped over and landed on its roof – but the gathered crowd watching and filming on their phones are making it difficult to do their jobs.

Richard Whiteley and his colleagues track down a taxi in the early hours of the morning whose passengers have a burgled a house and have the booty in the boot; and Steve Suggitt carries out a TPAC on a suspected drunk driver in Leeds city centre.

Plus Interceptors Dan Robson and Tom Powell deal with a sticky situation. A delivery driver has wedged his van underneath a road sign, and the officers need to think outside the box in order to get it out, leaving both the tyres – and Dan – extremely deflated.

It’s fast, it’s furious – so strap in for an hour of unmissable police action.

EPISODE 2

EPISODE 2

Tonight’s episode is dominated by the hunt for two men armed with machetes and a sawn-off shotgun. Pursued by a helicopter and a team of armed response vehicles, the suspects make a dramatic escape on a motorbike. When the armed bikers decamp in the woods, dog handler Duncan Matthews joins the firearms squad to close down the area and help hunt down the villains.

Meanwhile a high speed pursuit of alleged burglars turns into a foot race between the bad guys and Sergeant Sophie Hawkswell. One of the fittest coppers in the unit, the Sarge proves that she’s not to be trifled with over a hundred metres.

Out on the roads, Ben Pearson turns marriage guidance counsellor when he arrests a man accused of robbing his ex-girlfriend but sympathy is in short supply when they find a load of cannabis in the suspect’s car.

Clarkie and Nick take two dangerous boy racers off the road with the help of Mark Zuckerberg and it’s handbags at dawn when Bobo arrests a mature driver with a bellyful of vodka.

Finally, in the strangest car chase in interceptor history, a 52-year-old Morris Minor gets the drop on a brand new performance BMW.

It’s fast, it’s furious – so strap in for an hour of unmissable police action.

EPISODE 3

EPISODE 3

In tonight’s episode, Interceptor Steve Oliver is viciously assaulted. After hitting Steve in the face with his car keys, the suspect makes off, crashing into the cop car and leaving Steve in need of urgent medical attention.

Carl ‘Charlie’ Farley and Paul Richardson are in pursuit of the driver of a clapped out Corsa that’s been stealing fuel. When the suspects abandon the car and make off on foot the Interceptors are hot on their heels.

Plus, a backseat passenger with a suspect bag of white powder tries to pull a fast one on Clarkie. Interceptors are in pursuit of a driver who speeds through an estate and goes off road onto a playing field and Chris Bastow and Sophie Hawkswell spot a bunny hopping learner driver with 8 points on his provisional license. But will he learn his lesson?

It’s fast, it’s furious – so strap in for an hour of unmissable police action.