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How To Stay Out Of Jail | Channel 4 | Tues 18 February 2020

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In County Durham, an elite police team tries to keep offenders out of prison. For many criminals prison is a revolving door; they leave only to re-offend. Lead detective Joanne McGregor-Taylor and her team take a radically different approach to crime reduction. Those charged with everything from drugs to child neglect, domestic abuse to fraud and assault are offered a one-time alternative to court and jail.

They sign up to a scheme that demands they turn their back on a life of crime. But for many it’s not easy. They face the biggest decision of their lives: jail or no jail.

Dir/Prod: Jemma Gander; Exec Prods: Kathy Myers, Richard Melman; Prod Co: Spring Films

Airdate: Tuesday February 18, 2020 at 10.00pm on Channel 4.

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The venerable soap opera focuses on the residents of the fictional London borough of Walford.

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July 2 @ 12:20
12:20 — 17:00 (4h 40′)

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