BBC documentary to examine incidents that led to setting up of unit on which Line of Duty’s AC-12 is based
One of London’s most senior police officers, described by a colleague as “the greatest villain unhung”, was believed to be involved in major corruption in the 1970s but never prosecuted, according to a new documentary on police malpractice.
Former officers who exposed corruption at the time describe how they were threatened that they would end up in a “cement raincoat” if they informed on fellow officers and were shunned by colleagues when they did.
Bent Coppers: Crossing the Line of Duty, directed by Todd Austin, starts at 9pm on 14 April on BBC Two.
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