With fresh access to serving officers, part two - which was also meant to air last July - tells the story from the point of view of the police who held the thin blue line between lawfulness and anarchy as our streets descended into chaos. The film hears from the Inspector who held the line against the mob in Tottenham without back up for four hours and the WPC in Brixton whose van was attacked by rioters and colleague was injured with a machete. The programme also hears from the transport police officer who rescued a woman from a burning building in the absence of the fire brigade.