History Characters / YoureUnderArrest

8th Feb '18 8:31:08 PM SgtErytronne
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* AscendedExtra: He shows up more often in the anime than he does in the manga.



* DefeatMeansRespect: Lampshaded in the 25th episode (''"Run Strike Man, Run!"'') when he proudly declares himself to be Natsmui's nemesis, after witnessing her run up a flight of stairs [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower while carrying her motocomp on her shoulders.]]

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* DefeatMeansRespect: Lampshaded in the 25th episode (''"Run Strike Man, Run!"'') when he proudly declares himself to be Natsmui's Natsumi's nemesis, after witnessing her run up a flight of stairs [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower while carrying her motocomp on her shoulders.]]


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* AscendedExtra: She only appeared 4 times in the manga, the anime gave her more appearances.
2nd Feb '18 5:02:28 PM SgtErytronne
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* AscendedExtra: From a [[{{Joshikousei}} high school student]] who appears infrequently in the 1st season to a police officer with regular appearances in the 2nd season.

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* AscendedExtra: From a [[{{Joshikousei}} high school student]] who appears infrequently in the 1st season to a police officer with regular appearances in the 2nd season.season, and mind you this only occurs in the anime, she a minor character at best in the manga.



* CanonForeigner: Only appears in the anime
* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, her name was Élodie.

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* CanonForeigner: Only appears in the anime
* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, her name was Élodie.Élodie, however the French translation of the manga kept the Japanese names.
1st Feb '18 8:51:13 PM SgtErytronne
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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, her name was Élodie, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company

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* CanonForeigner: Only appears in the anime
* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, her name was Élodie, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company Élodie.
22nd Jan '18 12:48:15 PM SgtErytronne
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* DubNameChange: Referred to as just Strike in the French dub of the 1st season, but not in the French translation of the manga

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* DubNameChange: Referred to as just Strike in the French dub of the 1st season, but not in the French translation of the mangamanga and is called Striker in the Catalan dub
22nd Jan '18 12:46:32 PM SgtErytronne
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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Olivia, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company

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* DubNameChange: In the French and European Spanish dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Olivia, but the French manga used the original Japanese names and so did the French dub of the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company



* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Laura, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company

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* DubNameChange: In the French dub and European Spanish dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Laura, but the French manga used the original Japanese names and so did the French dub of the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company



* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, his name was Tanguy, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company

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* DubNameChange: In the French dub and European Spanish dub of the OVA's and 1st season, his name was Tanguy, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the French dub of the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company company.



* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Anna, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company

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* DubNameChange: In the French dub and European Spanish dubs of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Anna, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the French dub of the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company



* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Alex, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company

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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Alex, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company company, and an early Italian dub her name was Mila, and despite the European Spanish dub using the early French dub's name changes, Aoi (and a few others) kept her original Japanese name.



* DubNamChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, his name was Frank, this isn't the case with the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company

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* DubNamChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, his name was Frank, this isn't the case with the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company company, and despite the European Spanish dub using the early French dub's name changes, he kept his Japanese name
21st Jan '18 3:15:46 AM SgtErytronne
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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Olivia, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Laura, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, his name was Tanguy, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Anna, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, her name was Alex, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, her name was Élodie, but the manga used the original Japanese names and so did the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company


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* DubNamChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, his name was Frank, this isn't the case with the movie due to it being dubbed by a different company


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the OVA's and 1st season, his name was Inspecteur Hamilton, but not in the French translation of the manga or the movie since that was dubbed by a different company


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* CanonForeigner: Only appears in the anime


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, her name was Claudia, but not in the the movie since that was dubbed by a different company


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, his name was Robert, but not in the French translation of the manga


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* DubNameChange: In the French dub of the 1st season, her name was Geena, but not in the French translation of the manga


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* DubNameChange: Referred to as just Strike in the French dub of the 1st season, but not in the French translation of the manga
14th Sep '17 8:27:14 AM GlitteringFlowers
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A police officer who is transferred to Bokutou Station during the start of the 1st season of the anime adaptation, Aoi is depicted as a male officer who had crossdressed as part of an undercover operation and ended up "going native", although as the series progresses, it's implied that "Aoi-chan" is actually [[TransSexual transgender]] and not simply a crossdresser. Due to her past experiences, she excels in undercover operations, although being in the Traffic Section, her abilities are rarely employed. An extremely feminine person, Aoi also excels in many traditionally feminine skills, such as flower-arrangement and cooking, which led Natsumi and Yoriko to comment that she is more feminine than them. She becomes fast friends with her fellow colleagues after they got over their initial confusion over her gender identity, especially with Yoriko who she is partnered with.

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A police officer who is transferred to Bokutou Station during the start of the 1st season of the anime adaptation, Aoi is depicted as a male officer who had crossdressed as part of an undercover operation and ended up "going native", although as the series progresses, it's '''very''' strongly implied that "Aoi-chan" is actually [[TransSexual transgender]] and not simply a crossdresser. Due to her past experiences, she excels in undercover operations, although being in the Traffic Section, her abilities are rarely employed.

An extremely feminine person, Aoi also excels in many traditionally feminine skills, such as flower-arrangement and cooking, which led Natsumi and Yoriko to comment that she is more feminine than them. She becomes fast friends with her fellow colleagues after they got over their initial confusion over her gender identity, especially with Yoriko who she is partnered with.



** Aoi herself is a {{celibate hero}}ine who is far more focused on her job than romance, so she has invoked the trope on some potential lovers to ''discourage'' them.



** The Bokuto crew do try to butch him up during their initial meeting in Episode 5, by coaching him to use masculine pronouns and dressing him in a male officer's uniform. It fails spectacularly.

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** The Bokuto crew do try to butch him her up during their initial meeting in Episode 5, by coaching him her to use masculine pronouns and dressing him her in a male officer's uniform. It fails spectacularly.
17th Aug '17 9:46:27 AM Monolaf317
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7th Aug '17 8:47:11 AM Glacierfairy
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!!'''Aoi Futaba'''

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!!'''Aoi Futaba'''!!'''Futaba Aoi'''



** The Bokuto crew do try to butch him up for Inspector Arizuka's visit in Episode 5, by coaching him to use masculine pronouns and dressing him in a male officer's uniform. It fails spectacularly.

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** The Bokuto crew do try to butch him up for Inspector Arizuka's visit during their initial meeting in Episode 5, by coaching him to use masculine pronouns and dressing him in a male officer's uniform. It fails spectacularly.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He's learned to trust Miyuki's hunches and will often provide leeway for her to follow up on them. At one point, going so far as to stake his career on Miyuki's judgement, when Section Chief Arizuka questioned his decision.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He's learned to trust Miyuki's hunches and will often provide leeway for her to follow up on them. At one point, going so far as to stake his career on Miyuki's judgement, when Section Chief Senior Superintendent Arizuka questioned his decision.



A mountain rescue specialist from Toyama Police Department, Shouji is a senior police officer who made his first appearance late in the 1st season when he got involved in the Tokyo Tower incident and was later temporarily assigned to Bokutou Station as a rescue instructor. A handsome and laid-back person, he had a friendly rivalry with Natsumi once it became apparent that he is the only person capable of surpassing her in terms of strength and appetite, which eventually blossomed into love.

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A mountain rescue specialist from Toyama Police Department, Prefectural Police, Shouji is a senior police officer who made his first appearance late in the 1st season when he got involved in the Tokyo Tower incident and was later temporarily assigned to Bokutou Station as a rescue instructor. A handsome and laid-back person, he had a friendly rivalry with Natsumi once it became apparent that he is the only person capable of surpassing her in terms of strength and appetite, which eventually blossomed into love.



* TohokuRegionalAccent: Toyama isn't really in Tohoku[[labelnote:*]]Toyama prefecture belongs to the Hokuriku region, which is closer to Tokyo (if on the other side of the mountains) than it is to major parts of Tohoku.[[/labelnote]], but it was later revealed that ''Tokairin himself'' is from Akita, which is.

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* TohokuRegionalAccent: Toyama isn't really in Tohoku[[labelnote:*]]Toyama prefecture Prefecture belongs to the Hokuriku region, which is closer to Tokyo (if on the other side of the mountains) than it is to major parts of Tohoku.[[/labelnote]], but it was later revealed that ''Tokairin ''Toukairin himself'' is from Akita, which is.



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* EyesAlwaysShut: His eyes are usually shut.
* OnlyOneName: His full name is never revealed.
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** While he is extremely strict in his evaluations, he is nonetheless right with every infraction that he calls out. [[spoiler: He also recognizes that the Bokuton Precinct's Officers, while sloppy, are nonetheless good at their jobs.]]

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** While he is extremely strict in his evaluations, he is nonetheless right with every infraction that he calls out. [[spoiler: He also recognizes that the Bokuton Bokutou Precinct's Officers, while sloppy, are nonetheless good at their jobs.]]



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ScaryShinyGlasses: His glasses have a tendency to shine whenever he is in his inspection mode.



A costumed self-proclaimed defender of justice, Strike Man often loiter around Sumida Ward, using baseball-related items to exact his brand of "justice" against (generally) minor violators of law, such as humiliating people who litter on streets or deflating tires of illegally parked vehicles. The police in Bokutou Station generally sees him as a nuisance as he tends to obstruct their duties. He has a certain fixation with Natsumi after she repeatedly "defeated" him by deflecting his baseball attacks, and calls her "Home-Run Woman" as a result.

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A costumed self-proclaimed defender of justice, Strike Man often loiter around Sumida Ward, using baseball-related items to exact his brand of "justice" against (generally) minor violators of law, such as humiliating people who litter on streets or deflating tires of illegally parked vehicles. The police in Bokutou Station generally sees him as a nuisance as he tends to obstruct their duties. He has a certain fixation with Natsumi after she repeatedly "defeated" him by deflecting his baseball attacks, and calls her "Home-Run Woman" Girl" as a result.



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%%* RecurringExtra* RecurringExtra: His occasional appearances tend to escalate into bigger cases.



!!'''Scooter Lady'''

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!!'''Scooter Lady'''Mama'''



A middle-aged lady who is often seen riding a 50cc motor scooter, the Scooter Lady[[note]]known as "Scooter Mama" in the dub[[/note]] is obsessed with sales and discounts and will use every means to reach her desired stores, even if it means flouting every traffic regulation in the book, much to the annoyance of the officers in the Traffic Section, who calls her "Bokutou's specialty".

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A middle-aged lady who is often seen riding a 50cc motor scooter, the Scooter Lady[[note]]known as "Scooter Mama" in the dub[[/note]] Mama is obsessed with sales and discounts and will use every means method to reach her desired stores, even if it means flouting every traffic regulation in the book, much to the annoyance of the officers in the Traffic Section, who calls her "Bokutou's specialty".



* EarlyBirdCameo: She actually appeared a couple of times before her introductory episode.



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* NoNameGiven: Her name is never revealed.
* RecurringExtra: Appears from time to time, usually as a background character.



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%%* RecurringExtra* RecurringExtra: Appears every now and then, usually when Natsumi and Miyuki are out patrolling.
2nd Aug '17 8:32:26 AM fruitstripegum
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