The series ranks the cities, towns and streets most affected by different types of crime, with reports from locations across the country singling out Britain's crime capitals. With access to the work of special police teams, the programmes give a thrilling insight into the reality of crime-fighting on the streets of Britain.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Britain's Crime Capitals - Crime in Belgium - Netflix
Crime in Belgium is countered by the Belgian Police and other agencies.
Britain's Crime Capitals - Crime and politics - Netflix
Much reported in newspapers were Mayor Moureaux of Molenbeeks's failed attempts at revitalizing the Brussels municipality. An example was the withdrawal of BBDO in June 2011 from the town. In an open letter addressed to Moureaux, ten employees of this American advertising agency cited over 150 attacks on their staff by locals as principal reason for their departure. As a result, serious questions were raised about governance, security, and the administration of Mayor Moureaux. This played in a wider context of left-right wing political discord lining up with Belgium's Flemish-Walloons language conflict. The case became emblematic of perceived Walloon socialist plotting to let neighbourhoods degrade (by inviting immigrants and offering them social security) to create socialist-voting poor constituents. The Walloon side thought it showed how Flemish media, mostly controlled by openly nationalist families, push a right-wing and xenophobic agenda.
Britain's Crime Capitals - References - Netflix