Channel 4’s new police documentary series set in Brighton

Night Coppers, which details the reality of policing Brighton and Hove nightlife, airs Tuesday 12 July at 9pm.

The creators of the eight-part series said viewers were expecting “a ride from hell.”

“Tens of thousands of revelers fill Brighton’s clubs and pubs every weekend and as the sun goes down and the lights come on the number of assaults, sexual violence, anti-social behaviour, drug incidents and hate crime goes through the roof,” a Channel 4 spokesman said.

Associate Editor for Channel 4 Documentaries Will Rowson said: “Police entry is a crowded space, but Night Coppers is executed with style, flair and heaps of humour.

“It feels fresh and distinctive, and while it doesn’t shy away from tough stories, it also made me laugh a lot.”

The series will feature stories of nightclub bottlings, attempted suicides and sexual assault – all through reality, CCTV and police bodycam.

Sarah Spencer, executive producer of Blast Films, said: “We really wanted to penetrate the hearts and minds of Brighton’s emergency services at a time when trust in the police force is at an all-time low.

“We wanted this to be a character-led, visually distinctive, visceral series that would capture what it’s really like patrolling the streets of Brighton at night, eschewing master interviews and commentary in favor of a more immersive approach.”

Night Coppers premieres Tuesday, July 12 at 9 p.m. Channel 4’s new police documentary series set in Brighton

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