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Bexley and Bromley police confirm BBC documentary about The Metropolitan Police is back for series two

PUBLISHED: 13:52 19 May 2017

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The five-part series begins next Wednesday

Bexley and Bromley police have confirmed that series two of a BBC documentary about the Metropolitan Police will air next week.

A spokesperson from Bexley police, said: “The BBC went 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 the observational documentary series and the five-part programme airs next week.

“The documentary provides detailed insights and has had unprecedented access.”

Bromley police also tweeted saying: “We’re on the box from next week” with a link to the trailer.

The first series covered cases including a young father who died after a mistaken identity, Trident - the Met’s specialist drugs unit - tackling drug dealers in south London, how tackling the city’s crime is different at night, and a homocide investigation into the death of a four-month-old baby.

The Met: Policing London begins on BBC One at 9pm on Wednesday, May 24.

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