The television company behind the popular Police Interceptors series has made a two-part documentary about policing the Isle of Man during the 2016 TT event. The two-part programme is first being broadcast on ITV4 at 10pm this Wednesday with the second part aired at the same time a week later.Police spokesman, Inspector Derek Flint, said: “We were approached last year about the possibility of creating a documentary on the unique policing challenges presented by the TT. It is a unique event, policed in isolation by a small force. Raw Cut is keen to show how our neighbourhood style of working morphs into something that is capable of meeting the needs of locals and visitors alike without any outside assistance. “The public will doubtless see us out and about with camera crews on a regular basis across the island as all our activities are being followed. As well as the huge roads policing operation, the business as usual approach of the neighbourhoods and investigation departments are also being explored.” “We hope the programme will be a great success and that people will enjoy learning a little more about how we do the best job in the world at the greatest event in the world.” Producer James Coldwell said: “It’s a rare privilege to be granted access to this unique police force during such a demanding period. It is our aim to give ITV4’s viewers a fresh view of the TT races by showing them the incredible job the constabulary undertakes during the TT races.