It's a bit of a misleading title. If you're hoping for a load of jolly policemen like the laughing dude from the 80s Lemsip ad, or a load of strippers wearing nothing but gun holsters, you'll be sorely disappointed. Conkers and donkey derbys banned; trees and hanging baskets identified as a threat to human safety... But who are the so-called 'fun police' that are apparently banishing all risk from our everyday lives? This film goes behind the headlines to tell the tale of the inspectors, consultants and council officials who make it their business to protect us from harm. Thanks to them, them across the water have one of the safest countries in the world. Are they being unfairly blamed for a compensation culture that's grown out of control, or has their single-minded mission to prevent us from having accidents and injuries gone too far?