Scot Squad. Chief Commissioner Cameron Miekelson (Jack Docherty).

Scot Squad

BBC One Scotland and BBC Two Scotland sitcom about police officers. 24 episodes (pilot + 4 series), 2012 - 2017. Stars Jack Docherty, Jordan Young, Sally Reid, Ashley Smith and others.

Scot Squad. Image shows from L to R: PC Jack McLaren (Jordan Young), PC Charlie McIntosh (Chris Forbes), Officer Ken Beattie (James Kirk), PC Hugh McKirdy (Graeme Stevely), PC Surjit Singh (Manjot Sumal), PC Jane Mackay (Ashley Smith), PC Sarah Fletcher (Sally Reid), Chief Commissioner Cameron Miekelson (Jack Docherty), Sergeant Karen Ann Millar (Karen Bartke), Maggie LeBeau (ML Stone). Copyright: The Comedy Unit.

Scot Squad

Semi-improvised, spoof police documentary show for BBC Scotland starring Jack Docherty and a host of other actors

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2012 - 2017
Channels
BBC One Scotland, BBC Two Scotland
Episodes
24   (1 pilot + 4 series)
Creator
Joe Hullait
Starring
Jack Docherty, Jordan Young, Sally Reid, Ashley Smith, Chris Forbes, Manjot Sumal, Graeme Stevely, James Kirk and others
Writers
Joe Hullait and Chris Grady
Director
Iain Davidson
Producers
Iain Davidson, Owen Bell, Ewan Angus and Rab Christie

Scot Squad is a spoof of 'blue light' fly-on-the-wall reality shows like Traffic Cops. The show is part-improvised, part-scripted.

An arresting mix of comedy and crime, Scot Squad follows the adventures of the first United Scottish Police Force led by Chief Constable Cameron Miekelson (Jack Docherty) and his willing - but not always able - bunch of crime fighters.

Scotland band of 'Bravehearts' are on call 'twenty four seven' whether it's on the streets, at the end of a phone or behind a desk.

The show features in-depth interview footage with the Force's first ever Chief Constable Cameron Miekelson as he shares his philosophy on law enforcement and his hopes and dreams for the future.

Discover just how frequently certain members of the public share what they consider to be key information with their local police station desk sergeant. Get behind the wheel with traffic cops, Urquhart and Singh, as they investigate an instance of bad car parking while insisting that not all of Scotland's road problems are the fault of drunk pensioners, and much more.

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