A documentary which delves behind the scenes of the Metropolitan Police is set to air on BBC on Wednesday (May 24).
The Met: Policing London, follows the force as they work to keep the streets of London safe, 24 hours a day.
The five-part documentary is in its second series, and will be available to watch on consecutive Wednesday evenings.
Talking ahead of the documentary's airing, Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick said: "This is a powerful and intimate way to allow the public behind the scenes of the Met.
"In an organisation of more than 45,000 people and with tactics and jobs that have to remain confidential it can’t show everything.
"However, it is an opportunity that we welcome to give the public we serve more insight in to how we police London’s streets."
She also added how the documentary covers the "stark reality" of policing, making reference to the "outstanding" people who work for the Met Police, keeping streets of London safe.
"Policing is all about people"
Series aired on the BBC two years ago, resonating particularly with young people and those from minority communities.
The commissioner added: "TV access is a risk, but we also know the public are engaged by the challenges we face and how we tackle them.
"I think this is because policing, when you boil it down, is all about the people involved and their very human stories.
"People helping protect people from those trying to harm them."
In the first episode, witness a response driver on his first police chase, see an impromptu summer party turning into chaos and an officer is on a mission to bring down a prostitution ring.
You can catch the documentary at 9pm on Wednesday (May 24) on BBC One.
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