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The Met: Policing London is a documentary going behind the scenes of Britain's biggest police force as we deal with life, death, crime and victims 24 hours a day.
Over the past year the BBC has filmed a third series of the observational documentary about the Met. The seven-part documentary airs at 9pm on Thursday 3 October on BBC One.
The following six episodes will be broadcast at the same time on consecutive Thursdays. The documentary is providing detailed insight and has had unprecedented access.
In the seventh episode, a man is attacked and sadly dies in Trafalgar Square, Trident try to dismantle one of London’s most dangerous gangs, and response officers deal with a drunk driver.
Inspired by what you've seen?
Keeping people safe. Being there when no-one else is. It may not be the easiest job but it's one of the most rewarding.