In the build up to the original broadcast, promotional materials included statements from Harry Fletcher, then Assistant Secretary General of the NAPO (the probation union), that he had been consulted over the script. He claimed to have successfully advocated for several unrealistic plot devices to be removed during script development. In the weeks following broadcast several blogs written by probation officers in England and Wales wrote critical posts about how unrealistic the plot and characters were.
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