Suspect unable to outrun the law or the limits of his cardiovascular system.
Dramatic scenes were captured on film today as specialist teams and truckloads of equipment were sent to the busy station in Tokyo.
The cute character bares his pecs in the fight against stranger danger, where children are told to remember the words “Squid Sushi” to protect them from harm.
Kuala Lumpur law enforcement officer is commanding attention far beyond her jurisdiction.
Nothing screams “Apply to our law enforcement office” more than a child berating you for littering.
This little guy was keen for a bit of horsing around in Tokyo!
Give your pup the gift of authority with a hat from this adorable 5-piece collection.
How likely are you to be stopped by the police in Japan?
Now that summer vacation has started in Japan as well, how are the Japanese police forces finding the popular smartphone game?
Uh, oh! Mr. Sato’s on a different kind of diplomatic mission…
Soon it may become illegal to take any photos from “hidden cameras” in Shiga Prefecture, which may mean a ban on catching Pokémon with your smart phones – Nooooo!!!
Police are advising not to approach the suspect who may also be capable of hurling complements or playing “In Your Eyes” by Peter Gabriel from a distance.
This video perfectly illustrates why not to sign up to your local police force if you’re rhythmically challenged.
The pup’s sad face makes us wonder what on earth he did to earn himself a ride in a cop car.
In true Japanese fashion, the three officers went above and beyond to ensure this family of ducks made it safely across the street.
For most women, when it comes to things to do in a one-piece mini-skirt, lying on the hood of a police car probably isn’t very high on their list…
In a case of “teens who don’t think things through” versus trucks, we’re guessing the trucks might win…
They apparently had time for a little side gig before the release of their big movie later this month.
At a first glance, you’d probably be hard pressed to figure out what this poster is promoting, but that may be the genius of it.
A tweet made by Osaka police in response to a molestation case has resulted in severe backlash and cries of victim shaming.