The observational series AFP, gives you an exclusive insight into the daily workings of the Australian Federal Police.
AFP captures vision of federal agents working in a number of diverse environments, highlighting the challenges that the Australian Federal Police faces, including human trafficking, cyber-crime, peace operations, protection and other transnational crimes.
The show is filmed in real time. There are no actors.
With diverse storylines including operational and non-operational action, the series also showcases the important and unique relationships the Australian Federal Police has with law enforcement partners both in Australia and offshore.
After a high-risk surveillance operation the AFP intercepts a record 80 kilos of methamphetamine (ice) originally from China before it reaches the streets of Adelaide.
We track Operation Glatton, in which the Australian Federal Police uncover an international child exploitation syndicate in Manila, with the help of the Philippines police, and free a young Filipino girl from danger.
10 years on the untold story of the hunt for the Bali Bombers and the single, tiny clue that led the AFP to a breakthrough and the terrorist mastermind himself.
Columbia is the frontline on the AFPs war on cocaine. An Australian man attempts to internally smuggle cocaine from Colombia to Australia, but the AFP and Colombian police are following his every move.
A multi-million dollar money laundering operation in Sydney is busted by the AFP.
Working with US police, and against the clock, the AFP bust a cocaine smuggling operation from Mexico.
In Operation Glatton, a man is arrested in Australia over child exploitation material. In Operation Dundas, a woman who is the mastermind behind a syndicate creating false passports and sending them back to the Middle East is being hunted.
The inside story of the 2009 bust of a member of the Bra Boys, using an airline catering company to smuggle cocaine into Australia.
AFP officers from the High Tech Crimes unit break open a decade old case involving a Russian child exploitation syndicate and a young girl in danger somewhere in St Petersburg.
August 2009, 13 passengers and crew lost their lives in the mountains of Papua New Guinea when a light plane crashed. This is the story of how the AFP DVI team identify and return all the victims to their grieving families.