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Pennod 2

Cyfres sy'n dilyn yr Heddlu wrth eu gwaith yn ardal Abertawe, Castell-nedd, Port Talbot a'r dalgylch. A series following Police Officers at work in the Swansea, Neath and Port T...


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-The police - often the first call

-in an emergency.

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-On the front line

-in the war against crime...

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-..and in the battle

-to protect the public.

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-I can't be on telly!

-My granny will be upset.

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-Patience.

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-Patience.

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-Patience!

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-Our cameras had exclusive access

-to the police in Swansea...

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-..Neath, Port Talbot and the area...

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-..as officers

-respond to emergency calls.

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-You've got to laugh,

-otherwise you cry!

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-Access all areas.

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-Hey! Get away!

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-Forget your preconceptions.

-This is the reality of police work.

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-Who are you?

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-Who are you?

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-It's not always

-about catching criminals.

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-It's going faster, honest to God!

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-It's hard to describe the job.

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-It's an absolute madhouse!

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-Welcome to the South Wales Police

-Control Centre, Swansea.

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-Most of the time,

-it's easier to phone the police.

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-Let them deal with it!

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-A total of 572 officers

-work on this patch.

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-They police

-an area of 316 square miles...

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-..from Port Talbot to Gorseinon,

-from the Gower to the Vale Of Neath.

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-South Wales Police. Can I help you?

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-In addition

-to emergency response officers...

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-..there are specialists

-like CID, the dog squad...

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-..community officers

-and the drugs squad.

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-Each team can face challenging

-conditions which change daily.

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-The Roads Policing Unit is one of

-the busiest departments of all.

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-A team of 25 officers monitor roads

-from Pont Abraham to Bridgend.

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-Having received

-Advanced Driving training...

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-..they're responsible for keeping

-motorways and highways safe.

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-It's our job to police the roads.

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-We tackle drivers without insurance,

-drink drivers and drug drivers.

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-We also deal with accidents.

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-She's gone through a red light,

-so your wife isn't at fault.

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-It's unpredictable.

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-Totally unpredictable.

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-The first call of the nightshift

-for PC Andrea Evans.

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-She and PC Gerwyn Brooks

-are on patrol in Aberafan...

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-..when they're told someone

-is driving a car without insurance.

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-CCTV operators

-were on the lookout the car.

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-We were told it was on the move,

-so we went out to find it.

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-Tango Whiskey 38 and 31

-just approaching Victoria Road.

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-We saw the car, so we turned on

-the flashing lights...

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-..on our patrol car.

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-We were approaching a crossroads

-and the lights were red.

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-Tango Whiskey 38.

-We have a fail to stop.

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-Give me road names, Ger!

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-Ysguthan Road, towards Water Street.

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-When we turned on the blue lights

-and the car failed to stop...

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-..I then immediately knew

-we were in a pursuit.

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-I then asked, "Do I have

-authorization for a pursuit?"

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-A sergeant or an inspector

-in the control room then said yes.

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-Give me road names, Ger.

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-Give me road names, Ger.

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-Water Street towards Heilbronn Way.

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-Driving at high speeds is a risk.

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-They must keep up

-with the suspect...

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-..whilst ensuring their own safety

-and that of the public.

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-We were in a densely-populated area

-and the road was busy at the time.

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-There were a lot of people around

-and it was dangerous.

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-He's gonna bail! He's gonna bail!

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-He's gonna bail! Watch his thing!

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-Get out of the way!

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-Get out of the way!

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-We have

-temporary loss of the vehicle.

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-It has gone down the subway.

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-Unfortunately, a police car

-on a different call got in the way.

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-The white car

-has gained ground on them

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-The driver of that car doesn't care.

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-He doesn't care about pedestrians

-or hitting other cars.

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-All he wants to do

-is get away from us.

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-We must make sure

-everyone's safe.

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-Tango Whiskey 38. Vehicle was

-last sighted on Dunraven Street.

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-We still have

-temporary loss of this vehicle.

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-There's a strong police presence

-in the area and the car is cornered.

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-A man was arrested nearby.

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-Alright, mate? What's your name?

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-You fit the description

-of the driver.

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-The car is over there.

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-It wasn't you? There we are then.

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-It looks like he's been drinking...

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-..and his eyes suggest

-he's taken some drugs.

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-It's obvious just by looking at him.

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-That car isn't insured and he

-probably doesn't have a licence.

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-That's why he didn't want to stop.

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-It's all over and everyone's safe.

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-The car is now searched for drugs,

-alcohol or weapons...

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-..before the man

-is taken into custody.

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-I've been doing this job for years

-but it still excites me.

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-Anyone who says it isn't exciting

-is lying!

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-We're totally professional.

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-We make sure the excitement

-comes after the event.

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-One important element

-during any pursuit...

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-..is communication between Andrea

-and the control room.

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-The Public Service Centre...

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-..is in the South Wales Police

-headquarters in Bridgend.

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-Its 300 staff members take calls

-from members of the public.

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-The number of daily 999 calls

-answered here can reach 500.

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-One minute, you must deal with

-a very serious 999 call...

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-..and the next,

-you're talking to a drunk person...

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-..complaining that bar staff

-won't serve him.

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-That isn't a police matter!

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-Calls are graded, according to

-the seriousness of the matter.

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-There's a constant dialogue

-between officers on the street...

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-..and the operators.

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-The airwaves are full of details,

-addresses and instructions.

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-We like to get a picture

-of what's happening.

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-It can be very difficult.

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-The person who's called the police

-may have little information...

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-..or they may be caught

-in a domestic or in a fight.

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-There may be limited information but

-we want to know as much as we can.

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-How are we looking ambulance-wise

-if I need one for the Parade?

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-They look after us.

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-They do information checks

-and pass details to us.

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-We then ensure we go in pairs,

-wearing the right equipment.

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-We may need firearms officers there.

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-I don't think

-I've ever met any of them!

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-We have a professional relationship

-and they're our friends.

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-It's important to keep them safe.

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-During his shift,

-PC Huw Toghill receives a call...

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-..which will test

-his communication skills.

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-The ambulance tell us a male

-has been stabbed in the abdomen.

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-His intestines are hanging outside.

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-That sounds serious.

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-Someone has injuries

-which may be life-threatening.

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-A lot goes through your mind

-in a short space of time.

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-Sometimes, you only have minutes

-to prepare yourself.

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-You must guard your personal safety.

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-From a professional perspective...

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-..we assess

-whether the injuries are serious...

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-..and if we need further assistance

-at the scene.

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-We could need the firearms team

-or the dogs team.

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-It's sometimes necessary

-to have more people there...

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-..to make sure

-the scene is run smoothly.

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-Do you know what's happened?

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-The ambulance will be with you now.

-They'll sort you out.

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-PC Huw Toghill, Sergeant Steve

-Pritchard and their colleagues...

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-..are dealing with

-an extremely serious incident.

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-A man has been stabbed

-in a Port Talbot alleyway.

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-A lot of the time, we turn up

-and nothing major has happened.

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-Once in 100, we must switch on,

-make sure we're professional...

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-..and deal with

-the situation quickly.

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-In this particular incident,

-the man could have been killed...

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-..when you look at his injury

-and where it happened.

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-It's a serious incident.

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-Nobody knows what damage has

-been done to the man's other organs.

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-With a stabbing, we don't know

-what's going on inside the body.

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-The man could have died...

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-..and that would have changed

-the situation completely.

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-Can you tell me anything at all?

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-No?

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-Can you tell me who did it?

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-We couldn't get much sense

-out of him.

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-He was lying on the ground,

-in a lot of pain.

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-What he did give us

-was the nickname of a woman.

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-A message comes over the radio...

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-..giving them an address

-for the female suspect.

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-She lives just around the corner.

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-You and him go around to the front.

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-He's saying

-it happened outside number **.

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-We knew her address...

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-..so it was important to monitor the

-front and the back of the property.

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-We had to make sure

-she didn't leave the house.

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-If she was in there, who else

-was home and where was the knife?

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-Did she have another weapon which

-she could use to harm someone else?

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-There's no sign of the woman

-at her home...

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-..but the police find her nearby,

-at her parents' house.

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-In a case like this, the police

-call on all their resources.

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-Armed officers arrive.

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-They're authorized to use firearms

-if the woman puts others in danger.

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-I think she went home,

-then she left via the back door...

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-..and went straight

-to her parents' house.

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-They were outside

-having a barbecue.

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-It was a lovely, sunny day.

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-She was sitting there,

-as though nothing had happened.

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-The situation is brought to an end

-quickly and efficiently...

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-..in under half an hour.

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-The female suspect

-is under arrest...

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-..and the victim

-is on his way to hospital.

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-Huw and his colleagues

-have some breathing space, at last.

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-It's a shock when you see something

-like this for the first time.

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-Nobody grows up

-seeing the things we see.

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-But you gain experience very quickly

-when you work on the streets...

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-..and it doesn't shock me any more,

-unfortunately.

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-We've received a call to report

-a body lying on the ground.

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-The man may be dead but

-we won't know until we get there.

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-He may simply be asleep.

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-Sergeant Phil Morgan

-is familiar with this type of call.

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-A quick trip later,

-the situation becomes clear to him.

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-It's a homeless person

-who was asleep.

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-Stand up for a second.

-Get some blood in those legs.

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-Up you get.

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-Do you want a hand?

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-As you can see, he isn't dead...

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-..but he is drunk

-and he may have taken drugs.

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-He seems to be alright.

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-He was asleep on the ground

-because he's drunk.

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-He's standing up now.

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-We'll check to make sure he

-isn't in possession of any drugs.

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-We'll check him out to make sure

-he's not wanted for any reason...

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-..then we'll send him on his way.

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-Swansea has more homeless people

-than anywhere else in Wales.

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-A lot of them sleep on the streets.

-That's how they want to live.

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-They drink and they take drugs.

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-Across the city, almost 3,000 people

-are seeking help to find a home.

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-For those who fail, a hard life

-on the streets is their only option.

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-Alright, boy?

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-Police it is, pal.

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-It is a huge problem...

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-..but there is a lot of help

-to be found out there.

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-There are a lot of people

-working hard to try to help them...

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-..so I don't know

-why the problem is so bad here.

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-Hello?

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-You can't sleep by there.

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-You can't sleep by there.

-

-You're dropping money on the floor.

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-OK.

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-OK.

-

-Got it?

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-We know them.

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-That relationship can be enough

-to be able to tell them to move on.

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-On other occasions, we have to

-arrest them and pull them in.

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-We've got to be firm with them.

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-Honest to God, officer...

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-..it is so cold.

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-Homeless people squatting in houses

-or on private land...

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-..is a huge problem for the police.

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-Come on, boys! Open the door.

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-A lot of them do want some help.

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-They tell us they'd like to

-spend every night in a house...

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-..and sleep in a clean bed.

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-But they must also

-try to help themselves.

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-When they're housed,

-they must then look after the place.

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-We often find they invite

-friends over and have parties...

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-..then they're thrown out.

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-They must help themselves too.

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-One of them is homeless.

-He's Scottish.

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-The other one has a home, but they

-both stayed here last night.

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-Most of these people have

-a drink problem or a drug problem.

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-When someone turns down

-a warm, cosy house...

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-..to go and sleep on the street...

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-..it just can't be right.

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-It's frustrating, but we try to work

-out what's going through their mind.

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-They must have huge problems.

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-Teamwork is vitally important

-to the police.

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-A car accident is usually a task

-for the Roads Policing Unit...

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-..but if the 999 officers

-are closer, they go and help.

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-PC Gavin Williams

-and his partner, Richie Taylor...

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-..respond to a call saying a woman

-has shunted a man's car.

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-She drove into the back of a man's

-car and there was a baby in there.

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-Apparently, she walked away.

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-Why would she walk away

-if she's got nothing to hide?

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-We have some concerns at the moment.

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-It's immediately obvious

-that it isn't a serious accident.

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-Gavin asks for the

-car owners' details over the radio.

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-She's obviously around somewhere,

-so we'll keep looking for her.

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-If there's no damage,

-why wouldn't you hang about?

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-The next step

-was to try to find her.

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-She was either hiding

-or she'd had a lift home.

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-We went to her house.

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-Where is she?

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-Where is she?

-

-I think my dad's gone to find her.

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-Right, OK.

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-The girl in the house tells them the

-driver's husband is looking for her.

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-The officers turn their attention

-to him and they soon find him.

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-Alright?

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-Any ideas where she is?

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-Any ideas where she is?

-

-I haven't got a clue, boys. Honest.

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-You'd be the first to know.

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-We found the husband.

-He was looking for her.

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-He started to tell lies

-and he seemed confused by events.

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-He said he didn't even know

-she'd had an accident.

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-Found her!

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-Found her!

-

-Found her?

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-Yes.

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-The boys hear the suspect

-has been in her local shop.

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-They hurried over there

-but there's no sign of her.

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-Go in and have a look?

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-Gavin talks to some customers...

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-..and he hears the woman

-is in a nearby lane.

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-You go up the lane

-and I'll go the other side.

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-She's not in there.

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-We found her behind the shop and

-she was holding two cans of cider.

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-How much have you had to drink

-this evening?

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-Probably about

-three glasses of wine.

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-Three glasses of wine?

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-Three glasses of wine?

-

-And I had a spaghetti Bolognese.

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-A nice spaghetti Bolognese?

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-A nice spaghetti Bolognese?

-

-It was actually.

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-Since the time of that incident,

-where you spoke to that guy...

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-..and coming here and us finding you

-how much have you had to drink?

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-Just a sip out of that can by there?

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-Just a sip out of that can by there?

-

-Yeah.

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-Just that sip? That's no problem.

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-Gavin worries the woman may have

-been drinking since the accident.

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-Suspects can use this as an excuse.

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-They claim to be over

-the legal alcohol limit...

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-..because they had a drink

-after the event.

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-It's frustrating to know she was

-drunk when she had the crash...

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-..but it's now difficult to prove

-how much she drank after the crash.

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-She's changed her story.

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-She now says

-she drank this, than and the other.

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-It's hard to prove whether she

-got drunk before or after the crash.

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-We'll see what the reading

-on the breathalyser will be.

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-If she says she had one can

-and two glasses of wine...

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-..she should blow around 50.

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-The legal driving limit

-when you blow into the bag is 35.

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-The result of this test could help

-prove she was drunk at the wheel.

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-A deep breath and one long,

-continuous breath until I say stop.

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-Keep going, keep going, keep going,

-keep going, keep going, keep going.

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-There we are! Lovely.

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-It only takes a few seconds

-for the result to come through.

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-Do you see?

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-It's beeping the word 'fail'.

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-As a result of that breath test,

-I'm arresting you...

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-..on suspicion of driving

-whilst over the prescribed limit.

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-You do not have to say anything

-but it may harm your defence...

0:21:550:21:58

-..if you don't mention

-when questioned...

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-..something which you later

-rely on in court.

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-She blew 112, I think.

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-That's high!

0:22:070:22:08

-It's more like two bottles of wine

-rather than one glass of wine!

0:22:080:22:13

-Despite her story that she only had

-one or two glasses of wine...

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-..the woman

-is being taken into custody.

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-She's under suspicion of being

-four times over the legal limit.

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-I don't like drink drivers.

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-It's a stupid thing to do.

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-Just like that woman...

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-..drink drivers

-don't see the reality.

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-They ask us why

-we don't go and find a real crime.

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-People like that kill other people.

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-If you could see an injured child...

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-..or if you had to tell a mother

-her son had been killed...

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-..because someone was drunk

-behind the wheel...

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-..you'd think twice.

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-Following her arrest

-on suspicion of stabbing a man...

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-..the woman is on bail

-and police investigations continue.

0:23:090:23:14

-The man arrested after the pursuit

-will appear in Swansea Crown Court.

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-The fastest he'll move for a while

-is running for a bus!

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-Next time, the entry team

-helps with a drugs search warrant.

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-The Roads Policing Unit

-deals with a serious accident.

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-In the city centre...

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-..a call which worries

-the police officers.

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Cyfres sy'n dilyn yr Heddlu wrth eu gwaith yn ardal Abertawe, Castell-nedd, Port Talbot a'r dalgylch. A series following Police Officers at work in the Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot area.