Division 4 Season 3
Division 4 Season 3
First Air Date: January 19, 1971
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3x36 Collision (November 17, 1971)
Sgt. Scotty Macleod is looking forward to Christmas until he encounters a drunk-driving accident for which he feels partly to blame.
3x35 You Can't Trust Anybody (November 10, 1971)
A series of expert safe breakings leads the Yarra Central detectives into an industrial espionage plot.
3x34 Small Fry (November 03, 1971)
Carol Hayes is prepared to break the law in order to keep 7-year-old Ronnie whom she has been caring for. The child belongs to the Turners, and Jean Turner wants him back because her husband Mike is being released from jail.
3x33 You Couldn't Meet A Nicer Bloke Than Dennis When He's Sober (October 27, 1971)
Det. Peters, concerned about his divorce, decides to resign from the force. He then meets up with Denis Marshall, an alcoholic whose own marriage is threatened. Peters tries to help Denis, and discovers his own domestic situation is not as bad as he thought.
3x32 Bent Law (October 20, 1971)
Det. Peters is having some personal problems due to his impending divorce, and the Yarra Central police have to investigate an allegation that he is being bribed.
3x31 Grub Stake (October 13, 1971)
Two amiable swindlers cause Yarra Central police chaos with a series of clever con tricks.
3x30 Last Of The Independents (October 06, 1971)
A family of criminals discover that Arthur Mitchell mints his own coins to supplement his pension. To muscle in on the racket, they kidnap his wife to force his co-operation.
3x29 There Goes The Neighbourhood (September 29, 1971)
Attacks on women in a Yarra Central street upset neighbourhood relations, and the prime suspect is a man recently released from psychiatric care. Kevin Dwyer receives his long-awaited promotion to Senior Constable.
3x28 Jellyfingers (September 22, 1971)
Charlie Clarke turns to safe blowing to raise money after having his marriage proposal refused by his lady friend. Matters become complicated when some explosives go missing.
3x27 The War Is Over (September 15, 1971)
A writer of threatening letters, a stand over merchant and the widow of an old wartime mate cause problems for Det. Sgt. Vickers.
3x26 Live Bait (September 08, 1971)
As Yarra Central police tighten the net around a man wanted for savagely attacking several women, Policewomen Diane Webster and Margaret Stewart volunteer to act as 'live bait' to trap the man.
3x25 One Small Step (September 01, 1971)
A shop break-in interrupted by Const. Dwyer leads to a serious family altercation involving the police.
3x24 Handsome Harry (August 25, 1971)
Police investigate an attempted murder complaint and discover that a middle-aged veterinary surgeon has bigamously married several women.
3x23 Run For Cover (August 18, 1971)
Leo Morrison escapes from prison to prevent his girlfriend marrying someone else, but his plans undergo a change when he picks up a girl hitch-hiker with decidedly unusual views.
3x22 Now One With The Bride (August 03, 1971)
A young man's bucks party is raided when the best man introduces a pornographic film to the festivities. When Yarra Central police investigate they uncover a world of vice and blackmail.
3x21 No Short Cuts (July 27, 1971)
An overworked detective, Barry Maguire, is transferred to Yarra Central on temporary duty and tries too hard to convict a criminal, with disastrous results.
3x20 Be Good, Sweet Maid (July 20, 1971)
A young university student reports to police that she has been raped. A young man is charged, then additional information and the probing by the man's defence counsel creates doubts as to the truth of her story. Policewoman Margaret Stewart finds a romantic interest in the police doctor, Robert Whitfield.
3x19 Bang, Bang, You're Dead (July 06, 1971)
A bomb explodes in Yarra Central. Suspicion narrows down to a maniac who has escaped from jail, a thief, and a layabout protester. All have reason to seek revenge against the police, especially Det. Banner.
3x18 They Walk The Night (June 29, 1971)
Yarra Central police face a difficult task when the victim of a vicious assault is reluctant to give information against a gang of predators.
3x17 Who Cares? (June 22, 1971)
The search for the missing son of an important local man reveals a strange psychotic personality.
3x16 The I.O.U. (June 08, 1971)
An escaped convict goes into hiding in Yarra Central, holding a young girl as hostage.
3x15 Who Needs Enemies? (June 01, 1971)
Blind barrister Jessica Reynolds is persecuted by an unknown intruder.
3x14 The Return Of John Kelso (May 25, 1971)
Yarra Central detectives investigate a brutal assault after John Kelso, a convicted murderer serving a life sentence, is paroled after 25 years.
3x13 False Alarm (May 11, 1971)
While police investigate a series of armed robberies, a young accountant tries to help his wife by giving police wrong information and is eventually blackmailed.
3x12 Could You Speak A Little Louder? (May 04, 1971)
When radio talk-back announcer John Drew draws attention to a gang of car thieves operating in Yarra Central, his wife is threatened.
3x11 Conspiracy (April 20, 1971)
Det. Sgt. Vickers believes that Sen. Det. Banner's personal feelings may have impaired his judgement when Banner makes an all out effort to nail Eddie Parrish, a former policeman who has used his police know-how to muscle in on various rackets.
3x10 Big Man, Little Man (April 13, 1971)
Two men of short stature - one a notorious criminal who exploits his build to his own advantage, the other a young misfit who resents his size - cause trouble for the Yarra Central police.
3x09 The Infiltrator (March 30, 1971)
When the driver of an interstate gang is arrested, Yarra Central police see their chance to smash the racket by having Det. Peters acting undercover as his replacement.
3x08 So, It's A Living (March 23, 1971)
Con-man Jimmy Harrison and his girlfriend turn to burglary, which spells disaster for his two young accomplices and an elderly fence.
3x07 Visitors From Hong Kong (March 16, 1971)
Investigations into the theft of valuable but difficult to unload electronic equipment result in Yarra Central detectives investigating a highly organised betting syndicate.
3x06 Command Performance (March 02, 1971)
A young constable is savagely attacked and seriously injured by five youths. The Yarra Central police put on a 'command performance' act to extract the truth from the suspects.
3x05 The Monkey Chased The Weasel (February 23, 1971)
Lisa Clark, a doctor's wife, becomes an addict after her husband introduces her to drugs. Investigating a house breaking, police find that a youth, like too many of his age, has become trapped on a road of no return through drug usage.
3x04 As The Crow Flies (February 16, 1971)
A tough stand-over group runs a prostitution racket utilising drugs and abduction. Policewoman Margaret Stewart finds herself in difficulties while undercover posing as a prostitute to crush the racket.
3x03 Everyone Loves A Prang (February 09, 1971)
Yarra Central police investigate a feud between rival tow-truck services which threatens to erupt into violence.
3x02 Stream Of Conscience (January 26, 1971)
A woman's anti-pollution campaign against a manufacturing company helps to uncover theft and corruption within the firm.
3x01 One Thing at a Time (January 19, 1971)
While dealing with a teenage shoplifter, Policewoman Stewart experiences a frightening ordeal when they are held by a dangerous escapee from a mental institution.