Recruited by a clandestine police organization, "K" must stop a plot by student radicals to create anarchy in Japan. Armed with a hi-tech steel yo-yo, and a new name (Asamiya Saki), she must infiltrate an elite high school to find the terrorists but finds an even more sinister plan is about to unfold.
A beautiful "special student undercover cop" attends a prestigious high school in order to bust up a student prostitution ring in this sexy spoof of the popular Yo-Yo Girl Cop series. Saki (Mihiro) may look like you're average innocent schoolgirl, but in reality she's a highly skilled agent for the Japanese government. Armed with a lethal yo-yo and a special pair of see through underwear, Saki befriends a student prostitute named Asuka in hopes of identifying of the ringleaders and gathering the evidence that will bring them to justice. Accomplishing that goal is no simple task, however, because in addition to being bullied about her unconventional undergarments, Saki soon finds herself falling for handsome young classmate Takuya. Now torn between love and duty, Saki is shocked to learn that Asuka has been murdered after her double life was discovered, and that the leaders of the prostitution are none other than the Headmaster of the school and a highly respected teacher.
Honest cop Tony Jr. gets advice from his unscrupulous father, retired NYPD officer Tony Sr., about everything from his job to his love life.
Axe Cop is an animated series based on the webcomic of the same name. It premiered on Fox on July 21, 2013, as a part of the channel's Animation Domination HD programming block. The series aired 6 11-minute episodes in its first season, which will later expand to half-hour episodes should the show be renewed for a second season.
Psychic medium Amy Allan and former NYPD homicide detective Steve DiSchiavi investigate locations that are reported to be haunted.
After long and grueling hours immersed in brutal crime investigations, lead detective Choi Young Jin must face the particular horrors of singlehandedly raising her daughter Ha Eun. Any way you look at it, Young Jin's got her work cut out for her, but it's only a matter of time before her professional and personal worlds collide in new and disastrous ways.
A dutiful Liverpool beat cop discovers what he is truly capable of after his partner is brutally murdered in a targeted attack by a local gang.
Cop Rock is an Emmy Award-winning American musical police drama series that aired on ABC in 1990. The show, a police drama presented as a musical, was co-created by Steven Bochco, who also served as executive producer. TV Guide ranked it #8 on TV Guide's List of the 50 Worst TV Shows of All Time list in 2002. The periodical dubbed it "the single most bizarre TV musical of all time."
Martial Law is an American/Canadian crime drama that aired on CBS from 1998 to 2000, and was created by Carlton Cuse. The title character, Sammo Law, portrayed by Sammo Hung, was a Chinese law officer and martial arts expert who came to Los Angeles in search of a colleague and remains in the US. The show was a surprise hit, making Hung the only East Asian headlining a prime-time network series in the United States. At the time, Hung was not fluent in English, and he reportedly recited some of his dialogue phonetically. In many scenes, Hung did not speak at all, making Martial Law perhaps the only US television series in history that featured so little dialogue from the lead character.
Follow real-life law enforcement officers from various regions and departments of the United States armed with nothing but with cameras to capture their actions, performing their daily duty to serve and protect the public.
In an effort to bring justice to the YouTube community, former police officer Ian Carter takes on the title of "Content Cop". Using his old police uniform and raw wit, Ian sets out to stop the creators that bring nothing but discord to his online city.
Bad Cop, Bad Cop is a 2002 Australian television series produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Southern Star, directed by David Caesar
Jo is an English-language French police procedural television series created by Canadian/USA screenwriter René Balcer of Law & Order fame with French writing team Franck Ollivier & Malina Detcheva, known for the mini-series Lost Signs. It is co-produced by the French Atlantique Productions and the Belgian Stromboli Pictures companies in association with broadcast partners TF1, RTBF, Sat.1, ORF and RTS.
The story deals with those in this world who dwell in the dark, invisible to the naked eye. From time to time, these figures bare their fangs and attack people. Inferno Cop is a messenger of justice who came from the depths of hell to protect people from them.
15 years ago, an unknown hyperspace gate opened over the Pacific. Beyond this gate lies Reto Semaani, a strange alternate world where fairies and monsters live. San Teresa City—a city where over two million immigrants live from both worlds. As a result, there are the haves and the have-nots. Here is the world's newest "city of dreams." But in the shadow of the chaos, crime is rampant: drugs, prostitution, and weapon trafficking. The detectives who stand up to these heinous crimes are in the San Teresa City Police. When the detective Kei Matoba and the alternate-world knight Tirana—two individuals who differ in gender, personality, and even world of origin—meet, an incident erupts. Two worlds. Two justices. From this, the curtain rises on a buddy police action story!
After losing both parents at a young age, Lai Yat Tsau becomes a parent figure for his three younger sisters. His mother’s death and his father’s fall to drug addiction turned Yat Tsau into a very quick-tempered and chauvinistic man. Originally assigned to the Kwun Tong Police Station, Yat Tsau’s superior transfers him to the K-9 unit to work with police dogs, hoping that the strict training would better shape his character. Yat Tsau is appointed to work with a K-9 called Brother, but Brother does not take a liking to him. During this process, Yat Tsau steps on the wrong end of veterinarian Ma Chi Ho, and the two strong personalities clash. But Chi Ho, who needs Yat Tsau’s help in mending her estranged relationship with younger brother Ma Chi Chung, volunteers to aide Yat Tsau in improving his relationship with Brother. Through Brother, Yat Tsau and Chi Ho develop an interesting partnership and chemistry. With Chi Ho’s help, Yat Tsau and Brother bond. Brother also helps Yat Tsau track down the drug dealer Lui Kam Dong. Just as he is closer to solving the case, Yat Tsau’s partner and close friend Fai Chung Lim breaks an unwritten rule in order to keep a secret, putting a dent on their brotherhood. This also gets Chung Lim’s girlfriend and Yat Tsau’s younger sister, Jil, into a near-fatal disaster. Kam Dong returns for revenge and uses his younger twin brother Kam Bo, who has been working as an informant for the cops, to concoct a trap. Yat Tsau, Chi Ho, and Brother team up to save their friends.
Reasonable Doubts is a police drama broadcast in the United States by NBC that ran from 1991 to 1993.
The Mobile Cop Jiban is a Japanese tokusatsu television series which serves as the 8th entry in the Metal Hero franchise, and the first series to have toy commercials that were filmed on Videotape. Produced by Toei and aired by TV Asahi in Japan from January 29, 1989 to January 28, 1990, it ran for 52 episodes and a feature movie aired on July 17, 1989. According to Toei's International Sales & Promotion Department, the series' English title can be referred to as Jiban. Created by Keita Amemiya, the premise for the series combines elements from the American film Robocop and the 1970s tokusatsu Robot Detective. The opening catchphrase of the series is: "This is the drama of a girl's and a young man's hearts which love people and protect justice."
Future Cop is an American science fiction television series which starred Ernest Borgnine and Michael Shannon. It was based on the TV movie of the same name and predated RoboCop by ten years. The series was aired on ABC in 1976 and was re-piloted as "Cops and Robin" on NBC in 1978. A veteran street cop gets an experimental android that has been programmed by the police lab for his new partner.