Caught on Camera

Caught on Camera

Season 1

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Caught on Camera

01. Criminals: Caught on Camera

Journalist Nick Wallis joins police forces around the nation to discover how CCTV and technological advances are helping to bring criminals to justice. The programme reveals how essential surveillance cameras have become in the fight against crime and features footage of people caught red-handed.

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Caught on Camera

02. Criminals: Caught on Camera

Journalist Nick Wallis joins police forces around the nation to discover how CCTV and technological advances are helping to bring criminals to justice. The programme reveals how essential surveillance cameras have become in the fight against crime and features footage of people caught red-handed.

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Caught on Camera

03. Criminals: Caught on Camera: Cutdown

Journalist Nick Wallis joins police forces around the nation to discover how CCTV and technological advances are helping to bring criminals to justice. The programme reveals how essential surveillance cameras have become in the fight against crime and features footage of people caught red-handed.

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Caught on Camera

04. Criminals: Caught on Camera: Cutdown

Journalist Nick Wallis joins police forces around the nation to discover how CCTV and technological advances are helping to bring criminals to justice. The programme reveals how essential surveillance cameras have become in the fight against crime and also features footage of reckless and dangerous drivers.

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05. Thieves & Thugs: Caught on Camera

Journalist Nick Wallis joins police forces around the nation to discover how CCTV and technological advances are helping to bring criminals to justice. In Hammersmith, west London, camera operators help police as they try to enforce a drinking ban on a local park and spot a group whose members may be about to break into a shop.

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06. Criminals: Caught on Camera

Nick Wallis examines how CCTV and helicopter cameras mean wrongdoers can no longer hide in a crowd. He highlights the use of such footage to help seal the conviction of a man involved in the August 2011 riots across England, and reports on a state-of-the-art network monitoring a football crowd of 21,000 as Leicester City take on Barnsley.

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