Power Rankings: Famous Police Officers

“Part man. Part machine. All cop.” Not only is that an accurate description of RoboCop, it’s also the tagline from the original movie posters. However, it can be deduced that RoboCop is more machine than man, considering that he is unable to eat donuts.
Axel Foley
A fast-talking, street smart cop who will not be denied. He’s creative and quick on his feet.
Andy Taylor
While Mayberry may not have been a violent crime hub, Sheriff Taylor managed to keep his town towing the straight and narrow, largely without the use of either a gun or a competent deputy.
Carl Winslow
Played by Reginald VelJohnson, Carl Winslow was one of my favorite TV sitcom male leads. Carl Winslow and Steve Urkel moments take me back to my youth.
Deputy Dawg
Yes, he may have had a lisp. Yes, the brim of his hat may have been approximately 5 feet long. Yes, he may have been on friendly terms with the criminals in his jurisdiction. But considering he was the only law enforcement in the area, Deputy Dawg’s service was effective.
Robert Barone
If thought of a 6’8” policeman throwing you to the ground and reading Miranda rights is intimidating, then let Officer Barone know; he could use the encouragement, considering his brother is a famous sportswriter.
Joe Friday
An army veteran who’d rather get down and dirty investigating than being promoted and supervising.
Frank Poncherello
“CHiPS” actually started with Poncherello on probation, which most likely disqualified him from any Officer of the Year awards. However, Ponch does have an incredible head of hair.
Barney Fife
Thelma Lou would be proud to know Deputy Fife is the most famous deputy ever. She would be disappointed to know Barney is forced to carry his only bullet in his pocket, due to repeatedly discharging his firearm into his foot.
Carey Mahoney
Forced to join the Police Academy to avoid going to jail, Carey joins a bunch of misfits who had no place in this academy. Steve Guttenberg is pretty funny in this movie.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Brandon Meyers and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.


No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...