This is no TV show; this is reality fly-on-the-wall television. Following the elite Pro-Active team of England's Thames Valley police, we are back seat passengers in the workings, trappings... See full summary »
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This is no TV show; this is reality fly-on-the-wall television. Following the elite Pro-Active team of England's Thames Valley police, we are back seat passengers in the workings, trappings and experiences of these highly trained crime-busters'. Driving unmarked cars and taking no prisoners, this is an inside view of modern UK policing and the English society of criminal intent of dangerous driving, drugs and common lawlessness and crimes that makes for gripping television in an unrehearsed documentary style of law & disorder. Written by Cinema_Fan

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There have been seven series of Road Wars. Four special episodes have been shown including two American episodes (known as Road Wars USA), broadcast in 2005, where British police from the series travel to the U.S. to see the difference in police and criminal behavior and two Christmas specials shown in 2003 and 2004. Three compilation editions "Ultimate Road Wars" featuring action from the first six series first aired on Sky1 on 11 November, 13 November and 1 December 2008. See more »

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7 April 2014 | by alex-969-862764See all my reviews

The narrator of this show is apparently some clown I've never heard of that once had a role on coronation street, I'm not saying shows like these should glamourise criminals because most of them are a bunch of low life waste of space. However this narrators script is so biased it is ridiculous. Why does this prat have to run down the suspects with childish insults every 2 minutes? His job should be just to tell the story, The writers opinions are worthless and unnecessary. They always seem to pick cases where suspects get caught, in my younger years I was a bit of a tear away and I use to make the police look like utter baffoons. I guess I will never know if there is any footage of the countless times the back of my trainers disappeared into the distance with an overweight copper trundling in a hopeless effort to catch up. If there is though you can show it if you like, you have my permission to redress the balance a bit.


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