From the team that brought us "ITV's award winning drama, The Vice", this new drama explores how policing a rural community differs from city policing. Your precinct is vast, the terrain extreme and the community lives on the edge. You are always on duty. There's nowhere to hide… And where could be more remote than the Wesht of Ireland?! Possibly Wales, or Scotland. But the producers have decided to go with Ireland. Jack Driscoll (Owen McDonnell), a Sergeant with the Irish police, is completely at home in his new patch; he ought to be as he was born and brought up there. He knows the people, he knows the West of Ireland and, more importantly, he knows how the two fit together. But this is no cushy posting; Jack's 'patch' stretches from the Atlantic coast in the West to the glacial lakes in the East, from Galway City in the South to Killary harbour in the North - he's on call 24-hours a day and, more often than not, he's (wait for it)... single-handed.