Juliet Bravo

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Juliet Bravo was, along with The Gentle Touch launched the same year, the first British police drama series to feature a female police officer as the lead character.

Jean Darblay is assigned as the new inspector in the fictional town of Hartley in Lancashire, much to the chagrin of her male colleagues. However, she soon managed to gain their grudging respect as she prove that a woman could be a successful police officer. Jean's call sign was Juliet Bravo.

When Jean was promoted and moved on her colleagues looked forward to the prospect of a male officer, so were somewhat disappointed when Kate Longton arrived to take over the patch.
David Ellison

David Ellison

Sgt. Joseph Beck

Edward Peel

Edward Peel

Det. Chief Insp. Mark Perrin [ 1983 - 1985 ]

Mark Botham

Mark Botham

P.C. Danny Sparks [ 1983 - 1985 ]

Noel Collins

Noel Collins

Sgt. George Parrish

Stephanie Turner

Stephanie Turner

Insp. Jean Darblay [ 1980 - 1982 ]

Tom Georgeson

Tom Georgeson

John Holden [ 1983 ]

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    This drama which focused on two female police inspectors, neither of whom were called Juliet Bravo! These two inspectors worked in the small fictional town of Hartley, Lancashire. Jean D'Arblay was on the scene first and had trouble with her sexist colleagues. However she soon managed to gain their trust and prove that a woman could be a successful police officer and housewife. Jean's call sign was Juliet Bravo. When she was promoted and moved on she was replaced by Kate Longton who not only took over the patch but also the headaches that went with it. This has to be one of the shows that really does need re making and bringing back.moreless

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