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6th Jan '18 9:42:39 PM LinTaylor
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* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' has some examples of this despite the wartime setting thanks to the personal ambitions of Zeon's ruling Zabi family and their loyalists. After Ramba Ral loses his Gouf in battle with the Gundam, he puts in a request for a brand-new Dom to replace it. The request goes to M'Quve, who ultimately denies the request[[note]]More specifically, he lies and tells Ramba that the transport ship with the Doms was shot down in orbit[[/note]] because he doesn't want Dozle Zabi (for whom Ral works) finding out about the secret mining operation that Kycilia (M'Quve's boss) has going in Oddessa, which leads to Ral performing an unsuccessful suicide attack against White Base and robs Zeon of another veteran pilot and leader.
30th Dec '17 5:48:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheGlades'': Happens between the FDLE and the Seminole Tribal Police when Jim is called in to help investigate a murder on an Indian reservation in "Honey".

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* ''TheGlades'': ''Series/TheGlades'': Happens between the FDLE and the Seminole Tribal Police when Jim is called in to help investigate a murder on an Indian reservation in "Honey".
24th Dec '17 9:11:22 AM RobTan
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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 organizations were planning operations that could interfere, receiving negative answers from police at all levels. In fact the AG 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 ATF and 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 organizations were planning operations that could interfere, receiving negative answers from police at all levels. In fact the AG 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 ATF and county sheriffs.
24th Dec '17 9:06:20 AM RobTan
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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 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.

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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 organizations were planning operations that could interfere, receiving negative answers from police at all levels. In fact the governor AG 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 ATF and county sheriffs.
22nd Dec '17 11:45:46 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/TheIndianDetective'': With the CBSA in the first episode. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] as they're suppose to take the lead in any criminal situation on the Canadian side of the American-Canadian border.
** Later on, between Doug and the officers from the Mumbai Police. Justified in that he's only visiting Mumbai to see his dad and he's not working in an official capacity. He's even accused of working such cases to discredit the force.
26th Nov '17 10:36:52 AM nombretomado
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* The German ''[[GermanTVStations KiKa]]'' teen drama ''Series/AlleinGegenDieZeit'' features two BKA officers (Bundeskriminalamt -- Federal Criminal Police Office) rescuing top-secret documents from the Ministry of the Interior's archives from two shadowy figures. [[CIAEvilFBIGood They later get suspected of being part of the conspiracy when it turns out they just stole files from investigating BND agents (Bundesnachrichtendienst -- Federal Intelligence Service).]]

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* The German ''[[GermanTVStations ''[[UsefulNotes/GermanTVStations KiKa]]'' teen drama ''Series/AlleinGegenDieZeit'' features two BKA officers (Bundeskriminalamt -- Federal Criminal Police Office) rescuing top-secret documents from the Ministry of the Interior's archives from two shadowy figures. [[CIAEvilFBIGood They later get suspected of being part of the conspiracy when it turns out they just stole files from investigating BND agents (Bundesnachrichtendienst -- Federal Intelligence Service).]]
16th Nov '17 6:20:07 PM iroanxi
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* In ''Literature/SmallerAndSmallerCircles'', the Quezon City police, in addition to being generally [[PoliceAreUseless useless]] at their work, can be very territorial, especially against higher authorities like the National Bureau of Investigation. According to one NBI official:
-->'''Ading''': The QC boys get very annoyed when anyone steps on their turf.
20th Oct '17 5:58:21 AM nighttrainfm
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* This is shown in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', when Batman shows up at a crime scene and asks Gordon for a couple minutes alone before his men come in and contaminate it. Gordon is happy to oblige, but his officers take offense.

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* This is shown in ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', ''Film/TheDarkKnight'':
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when Batman shows up appears at a crime scene and asks Gordon for a couple minutes alone before his men come in and contaminate it. Gordon is happy to oblige, but his officers take offense.



*** Though the point is moot, Lau was mistaken. Hong Kong has a completely separate legal system from the rest of China and it has an [[http://www.legislation.gov.hk/blis_ind.nsf/e1bf50c09a33d3dc482564840019d2f4/9a61090f8a225bc14825655500235c91?OpenDocument an extradition agreement]] with the United States. Mainland China will not extradite its own citizens ([[http://english.gov.cn/laws/2005-09/22/content_68710.htm see Article 8(1) of Extradition Law of the People's Republic of China]]) but it will try its own citizens for overseas crimes, which can be a bad thing because China has the death penalty and some states don't.

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*** ** Though the point is moot, Lau was mistaken. Hong Kong has a completely separate legal system from the rest of China and it has an [[http://www.legislation.gov.hk/blis_ind.nsf/e1bf50c09a33d3dc482564840019d2f4/9a61090f8a225bc14825655500235c91?OpenDocument an extradition agreement]] with the United States. Mainland China will not extradite its own citizens ([[http://english.gov.cn/laws/2005-09/22/content_68710.htm see Article 8(1) of Extradition Law of the People's Republic of China]]) but it will try its own citizens for overseas crimes, which can be a bad thing because China has the death penalty and some states don't.
13th Oct '17 12:26:51 PM Njein
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** Applies to the Washington DC metro area as a whole, with Virginia and Maryland surrounding and only a stone's throw away from the District of Columbia. Not to mention numerous state and federal facility scattered throughout the neighboring counties.

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** Applies to the Washington DC metro area as a whole, with Virginia and Maryland surrounding and only a stone's throw away from the District of Columbia. Not to mention numerous local, state and federal facility facilities scattered throughout the neighboring counties.
23rd Sep '17 12:15:19 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/GoodNewsWeek'': Invoked by Paul [=McDermott=] when [[AustralianPolitics John Howard's]] government was considering sending in the army to deal with a docks dispute:

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* ''Series/GoodNewsWeek'': Invoked by Paul [=McDermott=] when [[AustralianPolitics [[UsefulNotes/AustralianPolitics John Howard's]] government was considering sending in the army to deal with a docks dispute:
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