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Cathy Sinclair is replaced by Susie Nightingale as the station secretary.
The third series revolves round the shooting of a retired Brigadier and events at a secure hospital and the relationships of Inspector Briggs, his wife Charlotte, homosexual Carl Saunders and Coulson's desire to take control of the station and undermine those that know of his past misdemeanours.
DI Burns sends Dawson to the library to look for newspaper back-issues with news about missing boys.
Dawson finds a report on two boys who went missing thirty years earlier.
WPC 56 is a British television drama series, written by Dominique Moloney and broadcast on BBC One.
The stories feature the first woman police constables (WPC) to join Brinford Constabulary in 1956.
WPC 56 Gina Dawson lives at home with her parents, Joe and Brenda, in Brinford near Birmingham.
This story set in 1956, revolves around the finding of a skeleton of a boy, a serial attacker of women and delving into the historical case of two missing boys.
Detective Inspector Harry Sawyer, a Jewish officer who is estranged from his mother, replaces DI Max Harper.
Dawson is appointed to be the first female police officer in Brinford police station where Chief Inspector Nelson gives her a small office, previously a storage room.
She is told to stick to making tea, doing paperwork, dealing with children and women.
She is told not to distract the men, who might seek to protect her in dangerous situations; they can deal with the important police work.
She finds it hard to be taken seriously by her male colleagues and is shocked by the methods employed by Sergeant Fenton and the attitude of the rest of her fellow officers. The second series revolves around a councillor's dead body and his missing girlfriend Rebecca Jones.