Cop Shop - Volume 06

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EPISODES 131 - 156


COP SHOP hit the Australian television screens in 1977 following on from the successful series HOMICIDE, DIVISION 4 and MATLOCK POLICE.  In the same Crawford tradition of popular home-grown police drama, COP SHOP became an instant favourite thanks to its unique blend of characters, suspense, excitement and continuing human drama, bringing 6 years and over 580 hours of entertainment to Australian homes.

In Volume 6, Amanda’s blatant approach to career advancement puts her colleagues offside, Taylor and Pamela are tested when their foster child’s mother shows up and Georgiou’s old fashioned views put his relationship with Alison at risk.  Meanwhile crime doesn’t take a break and with a bomber on the loose, Baker puts his life at risk on more than one occasion and wins his workmate’s praise.


 A show about people who are cops . . .

And cops who are people . . .




  • 7 DVDs
  • 26 x 1 hour episodes
  • $59.95 + $5.00 P&H


Customer Reviews

  1. I love Cop Shop
    Posted by jessie on 6/04/2020

    it gives me pleasure to see known actors as young people
  2. Great To See Cop Shop Again
    Posted by Bruno on 24/05/2019

    So great to watch Cop Shop again. It has stood the test of time. They don't make them like this any more.
  3. Enjoy every episode
    Posted by Patricia on 20/05/2019

    over excellent
    great actors
  4. cop shop season 6
    Posted by Janet on 28/07/2018

    cop shop was fantastic janet mccall
  5. cop shop season 6
    Posted by Janet on 28/07/2018

    cop shop season 6 was fantastic waiting for season 7 well done Crawford productions

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