The Lock Up
It's tough for Sgt Goode and his custody team to stay emotionally detached as they are confronted by youngsters who are already veterans of the system.
Sgt Goode shows he's no rookie either when he faces a noisy nine-hour battle of wills with a youngster who refuses to give up his name. There's no smoke without fire when he discovers a stash of smuggled fags, and he brings relief to a squaddie who is told to put a cork in it while he's breathalysed. The sergeant wields the emergency custody air freshener when a bunch of down and outs are nicked, and he charges an addict in his twenties who will go back to prison for a fortieth time. Show less