999: What's Your Emergency?


Season 4, Episode 16

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As they deal with lonely people, Emergency Services help a 71-yr-old who has fallen from her bed and is unable to get up, and another women is arrested for being drunk and disorderly in a public place.

Season 4, Episode 15

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This episode explores the impact of mother-son relationships that break down, and the deadly toll that can arise from these situations.

Season 4, Episode 14

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This episode joins Wiltshire's police officers as they deal with young men driving dangerously and tackle the resurgence of joyriding - with some drivers as young as 14.

Season 4, Episode 12

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From zero-hours contracts to long working hours, this episode explores how the emergency services deal with issues arising from rising levels of stress and anxiety in the workplace.

Season 4, Episode 10

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With mental health support services across the UK being cut, this episode meets police call handlers and paramedics who find themselves trying to help people who have severe mental health needs.

Season 4, Episode 9

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With over 300 people losing their homes every day, the number of people sleeping rough in the UK has doubled in six years. This episode explores the impact of homelessness on Wiltshire Police.

Season 4, Episode 6

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How much freedom should parents give young children? A three-year-old boy is found wandering the streets at night and a mum discovers her eight-year-old has been playing in woods used by drug users.

Season 4, Episode 3

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Following criminalisation of once legal highs, crack and heroin are on the up and users and dealers are getting younger as organised gangs flood small local communities with drugs.
Episodes 2019

Season 4, Episode 13

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In Wiltshire more and more young people are challenging the police's authority. With over 88,000 under-18s arrested in the UK in 2016, are young people being given too many chances or not enough?

Season 4, Episode 11

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This episode explores how the emergency services cope with issues involving elderly people, from traffic accidents to the cruel effects of dementia.