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10th Jun '16 5:34:34 PM LinTaylor
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* ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'': In the ''Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Chaser'' movie, a corpse is found sprawled across the border between Tokyo and Futo. Both cities' police departments want to take charge of the investigation, since they suspect that the victim had something to do with their respective city's super-criminals (Roidmudes and Dopants respectively), which leads to [[TheHero Shinnosuke]] having to deal with Futo's stern and stoic [[Series/KamenRiderDouble Detective Ryu Terui]]. [[spoiler:It turns out that both groups are right -- the perp is a Dopant who stole a [[TransformationTrinket Gaia Memory]], and on top of that he's only pretending to be dead. When he springs to life and starts running amok, the heroes transform into their Rider gear and kick butt together.]]

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* ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'': In the ''Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Chaser'' movie, a corpse is found sprawled across the border between Tokyo and Futo. Both cities' police departments want to take charge of the investigation, since they suspect that the victim had something to do with their respective city's super-criminals (Roidmudes and Dopants respectively), which leads to [[TheHero Shinnosuke]] having to deal with Futo's stern and stoic [[Series/KamenRiderDouble Detective Ryu Terui]]. [[spoiler:It turns out that both groups are right -- the perp is a Dopant Roidmude who stole a [[TransformationTrinket Gaia Memory]], and on top of that he's only pretending to be dead. When he springs to life and starts running amok, the heroes transform into their Rider gear and kick butt together.]]
10th Jun '16 5:34:08 PM LinTaylor
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* ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'': In the ''Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Chaser'' movie, a corpse is found sprawled across the border between Tokyo and Futo. Both cities' police departments want to take charge of the investigation, since they suspect that the victim had something to do with their respective city's super-criminals (Roidmudes and Dopants respectively), which leads to [[TheHero Shinnosuke]] having to deal with Futo's stern and stoic [[Series/KamenRiderDouble Detective Ryu Terui]]. [[spoiler:It turns out that both groups are right -- the perp is a Dopant who stole a [[TransformationTrinket Gaia Memory]], and on top of that he's only pretending to be dead. When he springs to life and starts running amok, the heroes transform into their Rider gear and kick butt together.]]
3rd Jun '16 11:40:25 AM Eddy1215
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** It was a major issue in one episode, where Reid and Prentiss are sent into a cult compound to investigate allegations of pedophilia, posing as social workers (since the FBI isn't welcomed by cultists). Before they sent agents in, the FBI checked to make sure that no other law enforcement organisations were planning operations that could interfere, receiving negative answers from police at all levels. In fact the governor had been planning a major raid by the state police and lied about it, since he didn't want the FBI co-opting his big operation, and went ahead with it while Reid and Prentiss were still inside, sending the cultists into a siege and endangering the agent's lives. When Hotch takes command of the situation he essentially bans the state authorities from the scene in retribution, relying solely on the county sheriffs.

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** It was a major issue in one episode, where Reid and Prentiss are sent into a cult compound to investigate allegations of pedophilia, posing as social workers (since the FBI isn't welcomed by cultists). Before they sent agents in, the FBI checked to make sure that no other law enforcement organisations organizations were planning operations that could interfere, receiving negative answers from police at all levels. In fact the governor had been planning a major raid by the state police and lied about it, since he didn't want the FBI co-opting his big operation, and went ahead with it while Reid and Prentiss were still inside, sending the cultists into a siege and endangering the agent's lives. When Hotch takes command of the situation he essentially bans the state authorities from the scene in retribution, relying solely on the county sheriffs.



** When Chief Vick (police) and her sister (Coast Guard) get in a fight over which of them has jurisdiction over a case.

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** When Chief Vick (police) and her sister (Coast Guard) get in a fight over which of them has jurisdiction over a case. Vick's sister even hired Shawn and Gust and ''sidelined them'' just so Vick wouldn't have their service.
2nd Jun '16 3:48:24 PM Eagal
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* In ''Series/{{Powers}}'' in season 2 the FBI is called in to investigate [[spoiler: Retro Girl's murder]].
18th May '16 11:06:44 AM nielas
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** Played with in an episode where the case is under clear FBI jurisdiction and NCIS is called in only as a courtesy since the main suspect is a spy NCIS once arrested. When the NCIS team starts investigating, FBI agent Fornell makes a big stink about NCIS interfering in his case. He is then told that the NCIS and FBI directors talked about the issue and the FBI director used his discretion to transfer the case to NCIS jurisdiction. It is then revealed that Fornell was pulling a BatmanGambit on NCIS. He did not want the case so he made a big stink about jurisdiction specifically so that the NCIS team would go above his head and take the case from him. However, in the end, the joke is on him since the directors decide that the FBI should be represented in the investigation and Fornell is assigned back to it.
11th May '16 8:08:20 PM Piando
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* In {{Neon Genesis Evangelion}}, the commander of the UN Navy Pacific Fleet at first refuses to let Captain Misato Katsuragi of the special UN agency NERV command the operation to destroy an attacking angel, as he said the ocean is the Navy's domain.

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* In {{Neon Genesis Evangelion}}, ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', the commander of the UN Navy Pacific Fleet at first refuses to let Captain Misato Katsuragi of the special UN agency NERV command the operation to destroy an attacking angel, as he said the ocean is the Navy's domain.
3rd Apr '16 2:34:56 PM 20person
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** Canada initially started with a stronger federal government after seeing how American federalism was a factor in the Civil War, but a series of well-argued court cases in the 19th and 20th centuries gradually transferred more powers to the provinces at the federal government's expense. *** Health care remains a sticking point, as although it's a provincial responsibility, most of the funding comes from the federal government due to its more extensive taxation powers, giving them a great deal of leverage for enforcing its conditions on the provinces. This naturally leads to frequent complaints of federal interference in provincial affairs.

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** Canada initially started with a stronger federal government after seeing how American federalism was a factor in the Civil War, but a series of well-argued court cases in the 19th and 20th centuries gradually transferred more powers to the provinces at the federal government's expense.

*** Health care remains a sticking point, as although it's a provincial responsibility, most of the funding comes from the federal government due to its more extensive taxation powers, giving them a great deal of leverage for enforcing its conditions on the provinces. This naturally leads to frequent complaints of federal interference in provincial affairs.
3rd Apr '16 2:31:56 PM 20person
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** Canada initially started with a stronger federal government after seeing how American federalism was a factor in the Civil War, but a series of well-argued court cases in the 19th and 20th centuries gradually transferred more powers to the provinces at the federal government's expense. *** Health care remains a sticking point, as although it's a provincial responsibility, most of the funding comes from the federal government due to its more extensive taxation powers, giving them a great deal of leverage for enforcing its conditions on the provinces. This naturally leads to frequent complaints of federal interference in provincial affairs.
31st Mar '16 7:27:23 PM DeepRed
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*Many of {{Belgium}}'s current issues stem from its French and Dutch/Flemish-speaking communities and public servants operating in silos, from the comical (the Fries Revolution and strip protests) to the tragic (security lapses with the 2016 Brussels bombings).
6th Mar '16 5:24:58 PM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons:'' As in the show (see Western Animation), in disasters Chief Wiggum and Mayor Quimby will argue over who's in charge, starting with the first issue.
** When Krusty starts his own country, Krustopia, Springfield's police camp outside the compound and then proceed to do nothing. After a few weeks, federal agents show up, and point out how useless the police have been. They take over, cut the power... and then join the police in sitting around.
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