In the UK, police do not generally accompany bailiffs when they are collecting debts. Bailiffs, also known as enforcement agents, are authorized to collect debts on behalf of creditors and have the power to seize property and possessions in order to pay off the debt. However, they do not have the same powers as the police and cannot arrest or detain individuals.
There may be instances where the police are called to assist bailiffs if there is a breach of the peace or if someone is obstructing the bailiffs in the course of their duties. However, in most cases, the police do not become involved in debt collection matters.
If you are being pursued by bailiffs and are unsure about your rights and obligations, it is a good idea to speak with a financial professional or an attorney for guidance. They can review your specific situation and advise you on the steps you can take to resolve the issue.