Pennod 4 Y Glas


Pennod 4

Mae penderfyniad anodd yn wynebu Cwnstabl Neal Connelly wrth ddelio a dyn sydd ddim yn cadw at amodau ei orchymyn atal. Following police offers in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot.


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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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-South Wales Police serves

-almost half the population of Wales.

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-Over 378,000 of us

-live in the Western Division.

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-South Wales Police. Can I help you?

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-Several specialist police units

-help protect the public.

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-The Roads Policing Unit...

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-..the dog squad,

-the tactical support team...

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-..and the drugs squad...

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-..all face challenging,

-ever-changing circumstances.

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-Neighbourhood Policing teams...

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-..form the familiar face of the

-police in communities across Wales.

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-A 180-strong team of neighbourhood

-officers work in the Swansea area.

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-It's my role to forge links

-with the community.

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-Everyone has my phone number.

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-I'm the person they call

-in non-emergency situations.

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-We put a plaster on an issue

-and deal with it...

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-..and we move on to the next call.

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-Neighbourhood Policing officers

-examine the root of the problem...

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-..and try to stop it

-happening again.

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-They hear things, they see things

-and they gather information.

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-These friendly faces

-also do some more serious work.

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-They gather local information

-to help the drugs squad.

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-Today, Katryna is supporting

-the work of the Townhill drug squad.

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-We're on our way to an address

-in the Townhill area...

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-..to serve a drugs search warrant.

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-We think there are two people

-in the property.

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-We're familiar with them.

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-We've seen them before.

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-They continue to deal drugs.

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-They sell

-things like cannabis and speed.

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-We've tackled them before but

-they haven't learned their lesson.

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-The Rapid Entry Team was there.

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-We don't know what's behind the door

-so the team goes in first...

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-..because they have the tools to

-make sure everyone has a safe entry.

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-Police!

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-DOGS BARK

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-Police! Is there anyone upstairs?

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-Police! Is there anyone upstairs?

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-No, there's nobody here.

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-You're breaking my arm!

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-The people in the house

-weren't expecting us.

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-The team gained a quick entry and

-we soon handcuffed the occupants...

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-..before they had time

-to react to us.

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-We're going to search the house

-and yourself.

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-Where have you got anything

-that's of interest to us?

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-We found tablets in the lounge,

-where the people were sitting.

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-We then searched every room.

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-There was a knife

-in almost every room.

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-We've found several phones

-and a quantity of drugs.

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-We'll keep looking.

-There may be more here.

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-There was a knife

-under a pillow in the bedroom.

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-He sleeps with a knife.

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-Why would he do that?

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-A quick search,

-then you can sit down.

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-I'd tell you if there was anything.

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-Another phone.

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-Most drug dealers

-carry different phones...

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-..so their customers

-can call different numbers.

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-They can then say, "I've only got

-one phone. That's not my number."

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-Bingo! More tablets.

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-Ones you forgot about!

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-I must have forgot them.

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-I think they were trying it on.

-They know how this works.

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-Both of them had been

-through this process before.

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-Maybe one day they'll find someone

-who believes their stories...

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-..but not this time!

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-We managed to get 350 tablets.

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-We're going to take them

-to the station now.

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-He's been arrested for possession

-with intent to supply.

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-The third warrant we've done

-in less than 12 months.

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-Good one.

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-Officers in the Swansea area

-seized illegal drugs...

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-..in almost 200 raids during 2012.

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-But they're engaged in a daily

-battle with sellers and users.

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-Prescription drugs

-have always been a problem.

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-That's especially true of diazepam

-and other sedatives.

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-We've had problems with those drugs

-for years.

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-Are they prescribed to you?

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-Are they prescribed to you?

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-My mate sorted me out with a couple.

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-Just to tide me over.

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-It's easier

-to find prescription drugs...

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-..than it is to get your hands

-on cocaine, heroin or meow meow.

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-People steal prescriptions pads

-and write them out themselves...

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-..or claim to be ill, get prescribed

-this stuff and then sell it.

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-We checked his pockets

-and we found some tramadol tablets.

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-He told us he bought them

-from his partner.

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-They weren't prescribed to him,

-so we'll take him in.

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-If you or I took five milligrams

-of it, we wouldn't see straight...

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-..but it would take ten times that

-to have the same effect on them.

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-How many of those have you taken?

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-None.

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-None.

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-None?

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-Have you been drinking?

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-Have you been drinking?

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-Yeah, I've had about eight Stellas.

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-Eight Stellas?

-That explains it then!

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-As long as people want tablets,

-alcohol or drugs...

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-..there will always be a way

-to get your hands on it.

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-There will always be someone

-who's willing to sell it to you.

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-Can you apologize

-and explain to the custody sergeant?

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-We've been diverted to an immediate

-we're around the corner from.

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-We're the only unit

-that's available.

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-PC Gavin Williams

-and his partner, Richie Taylor...

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-..respond to a call

-during a nightshift.

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-The neighbour downstairs.

-Have you spoken to her?

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-A man who'd done some decorating

-for the woman put in the call.

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-He did some work there that morning

-but no-one answered the door.

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-He climbed up a ladder

-and looked in through the window.

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-He saw the woman was asleep,

-so he didn't wake her.

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-He went away and returned that night

-to collect his money...

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-..but she was still there,

-on the sofa, looking pretty ill.

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-HE TAPS THE GLASS

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-She didn't move.

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-If there was someone banging the

-window six feet away from you...

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-..making a lot of noise

-in the process...

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-..you'd think that person would move

-if they were ill or asleep.

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-That's when you begin to think

-things don't look good.

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-PC Taylor informs his sergeant

-that the situation is serious.

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-Hello? Police!

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-Flippin' heck!

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-Stand by.

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-PC Gavin Williams

-and his partner, Richie Taylor...

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-..have reason to suspect

-a woman has died in her flat.

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-Police!

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-Flippin' heck!

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-Stand by.

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-Police!

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-Hello!

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-Hello!

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-Hello?

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-Hello!

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-Hello!

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-Alright?

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-Alright, my love?

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-Seven-one to eight-zero.

-You can cancel.

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-Alright, my love?

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-Alright, my love?

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-Yeah.

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-You've got

-a couple of concerned neighbours.

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-We thought you were dead!

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-I was hammering on this window.

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-Didn't hear me, did you?

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-Didn't hear me, did you?

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-No.

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-I nearly killed myself

-coming through your bedroom window!

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-She was shocked to wake to see

-two policemen stood in her lounge!

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-Ooh! What are you doing here!

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-Not a code blue.

-Repeat, not a code blue.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yeah.

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-Are you on any medication?

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-Are you on any medication?

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-Only antidepressants.

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-Do they tend to knock you out?

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-Do they tend to knock you out?

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-No.

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-I sat here to watch the telly

-and I put a blanket over me.

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-What time was that?

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-What time was that?

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-About 12 o'clock.

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-I must have dropped off.

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-Do you know what time it is?

-It's 9.20 in the evening.

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-Bloody hell!

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-Bloody hell!

-

-That's a hell of a nap!

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-That's a nap and a half!

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-She's conscious,

-but Gavin calls for a paramedic.

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-People with depression

-struggle to sleep at night.

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-It's quite normal

-for them to sleep during the day.

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-This was a false call

-with good intent.

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-Every girl's dream -

-two policemen and two paramedics!

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-She must have thought she was having

-the best dream in the world!

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-Not every call has a happy ending.

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-Sometimes, police officers

-must make very difficult decisions.

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-British Transport Police say a man

-is at his grandmother's address...

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-..and it's a breach

-of a restraining order.

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-We've got to go there

-and check who's at the address.

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-If he is there, we'll check

-the conditions over the radio...

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-..then we'll see

-what the decision will be.

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-She had a restraining order

-against him...

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-..because he's a heavy drug user.

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-He went to her house so often...

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-..she needed a restraining order

-to stop him.

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-I'll keep an eye on the back

-in case he comes out.

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-I think he's hiding in the bedroom.

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-Restraining orders help us a lot.

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-If we turn up

-and there's no restraining order...

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-..all we can do is move him on,

-away from the address.

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-With a restraining order, we can

-detain him, get him in court...

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-..and stop him bothering the family.

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-What have you been on?

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-He's slightly younger than me...

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-..and he's been taking drugs

-since he was 12 or 13.

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-He's self-harmed too.

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-He's done a lot of damage

-to his arms.

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-He's been doing that for years.

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-I think

-he wanted to get people's attention.

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-Is that self-harm?

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-Have you cut your muscle?

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-(GRANDMOTHER)

-Drastic help, you need.

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-I've done a lot of drugs

-but this has ****ing sh** me up.

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-Things were difficult for him

-at home when he was young.

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-He had problems.

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-He took drugs to help him forget

-what was happening.

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-Despite his protests

-about his state of mind...

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-..the law clearly states

-he must be detained.

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-It's hard

-to feel sad for the people.

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-Yes, they've had a hard life

-but they choose to take drugs.

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-He's only the same age as me -

-32 years old.

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-That's what taking drugs for

-most of his life has done to him.

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-A mental health assessment will be

-carried out on him in the morning.

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-It sounds like another domestic.

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-We don't have much information.

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-All we know is a woman called

-an ambulance, saying a man hit her.

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-Something along those lines.

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-We don't always

-have a lot of information.

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-The ambulance service informed

-the police and we turned up...

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-..once we'd found the right address.

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-A woman came downstairs...

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-..and there was blood

-all over her face and her mouth.

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-Show me your hands.

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-I'm going to handcuff you, alright?

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-No, no! Don't arrest him!

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-Don't! Please don't arrest him!

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-We can't leave him.

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-Come with me for a minute.

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-No! Don't arrest him!

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-He's just been handcuffed, OK?

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-Come on! In the lounge.

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-In the lounge.

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-Those situations are difficult

-and they're dangerous.

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-We were there to protect the woman

-who'd been struck in the face...

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-..but she then turned on us

-very quickly.

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-The reality is

-we came to that address...

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-..because her partner

-had assaulted her.

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-Has he done that to you?

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-Has he done that to you?

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-Yes.

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-Right, well if he's done that

-to you...

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-No, you can't!

-Please don't! I need him.

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-Please don't! Please don't!

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-I need him.

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-You don't need him,

-if he's doing this to you.

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-I need him! Please!

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-You're not arresting him coz

-I've got to be arrested otherwise...

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-..and I haven't done nothing.

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-The police can arrest anyone

-suspected of domestic violence...

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-..without the victim's consent.

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-The victim is often too scared

-to make a complaint.

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-I asked her what happened.

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-"He hit me."

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-She said that to the ambulance crew.

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-She maintains he did it

-but she doesn't want him arrested.

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-She says he physically attacked her.

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-Something like that.

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-We've got a problem when

-she finds out we've arrested him.

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-She'll go mad.

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-Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

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-Can the paramedics

-have a look at you, please?

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-Can we check you over?

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-My colleague tells me she made an

-allegation that you assaulted her.

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-You're under arrest

-on suspicion of assault.

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-You do not have to say anything

-but it may harm your defence...

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-..if you do not mention

-when questioned...

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-..something which you later

-rely on in court.

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-Listen! There's an allegation.

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-Listen! There's an allegation.

-

-No, no, no, no!

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-Don't worry about that.

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-Get that ******!

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-What are you doing?

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-****ing ****!

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-We always see people

-who have taken drugs...

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-..or who are under the influence

-of alcohol.

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-It's obvious they're in no condition

-to make sensible decisions...

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-..to talk with clarity

-or to behave in a proper manner.

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-We deal with such people

-almost every minute of the day.

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-Police in the Swansea area...

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-..respond to reports of thefts

-almost 3,000 a year.

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-In Neath, Sergeant Justyn Knight

-responds to a call...

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-..from someone who thinks someone

-has broken into his garden.

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-You heard someone outside the house?

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-You heard someone outside the house?

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-I'm a bit scared.

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-I don't know

-if it's because of the weather.

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-The caller said

-there was someone in the garden...

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-..knocking on the door.

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-It was a serious call.

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-Everything's shut.

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-I can hear a really low whistle.

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-Out the back?

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-Can you open these patio doors?

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-It seems alright, pal.

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-No footsteps on the grass, see?

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-His mother was in hospital

-and his sister was away.

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-He was worried.

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-He called the police

-to be on the safe side.

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-If there was someone in his garden,

-we'd have arrested them.

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-What's your name?

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-WHISTLING

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-Is that the noise?

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-Is that the noise?

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-I think so.

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-There we are, pal. No problem.

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-If there's anything else,

-ring us back.

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-We know where you are now.

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-I was scared. I'm on my own as well.

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-I was scared. I'm on my own as well.

-

-You did the right thing, ringing us.

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-We're here to help.

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-A lot of people don't ring us...

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-..because they know we're busy and

-they don't want to waste our time.

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-That night, we came up

-and checked everything.

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-He was then happy to be home alone.

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-Thanks a lot for coming out.

0:21:510:21:52

-Thanks a lot for coming out.

-

-That's OK.

0:21:520:21:54

-If the smallest thing

-happened to my grandmother...

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-..such as she heard a noise

-outside the house...

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-..although she couldn't see anyone

-out there...

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-..I'd like to think police officers

-would arrive and be polite to her.

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-I hope they'd spend 20 minutes

-talking to her...

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-..or even half an hour,

-if they had time.

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-Small things make a huge difference.

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-Helping someone is a good feeling.

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-Even if you only help a tiny bit,

-it gives people faith in you...

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-..and it restores your faith

-and helps you carry on.

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-We deal with a lot of people

-who you'd have to say are bonkers...

0:22:360:22:40

-..but we can sometimes help people

-who really need help.

0:22:400:22:44

-That night, the man needed

-reassurance that everything was OK.

0:22:450:22:50

-We went out there

-and he went to bed feeling happy.

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-He knows if he needs the police,

-he can call us and we'll be there.

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-The woman didn't want her partner

-to be in trouble...

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-..but he'll appear in court,

-charged with assault.

0:23:080:23:11

-Having found 350 pills in his home,

-the owner was released on bail.

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-He also awaits his day in court.

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-Next time, a call which involves

-the firearms team...

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-Armed police! Come to the door!

0:23:280:23:30

-..broken windows...

0:23:320:23:33

-..and an unfortunate case

-of a man getting hammered.

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Mae penderfyniad anodd yn wynebu Cwnstabl Neal Connelly wrth ddelio a dyn sydd ddim yn cadw at amodau ei orchymyn atal. Following police offers in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot.


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