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19th Apr '18 9:04:47 PM lakingsif
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* The Spanish show ''Series/ElMinisterioDelTiempo'' (lit. The Time Ministry) is about how the Spanish government regulates time travel.

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* The Spanish show ''Series/ElMinisterioDelTiempo'' (lit. The Time Ministry) ''Series/TheMinistryOfTime'' is about how the Spanish government regulates time travel.
24th Mar '18 10:35:33 PM nombretomado
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* Averted in the various ''Franchise/{{Stargate}}'' series, especially ''Series/StargateSG1'', but still worth mentioning because that setting really ''should'' have Time Police. Despite multiple methods of TimeTravel in the setting, there are no people or ClockRoaches preventing paradox or enforcing a preferred timeline. Despite {{Precursor}}s and SufficientlyAdvancedAliens who are totally willing to tell humanity YouAreNotReady on other issues like interstellar travel and certain weapons of war, they've never warned people away from screwing with history. Both good guys and bad guys do it. When people time travel and step on the ButterflyOfDoom, the heroes have to make {{Heroic Sacrifice}}s to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong and ''still'' put up with a CloseEnoughTimeline.

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* Averted in the various ''Franchise/{{Stargate}}'' ''Franchise/{{Stargate|Verse}}'' series, especially ''Series/StargateSG1'', but still worth mentioning because that setting really ''should'' have Time Police. Despite multiple methods of TimeTravel in the setting, there are no people or ClockRoaches preventing paradox or enforcing a preferred timeline. Despite {{Precursor}}s and SufficientlyAdvancedAliens who are totally willing to tell humanity YouAreNotReady on other issues like interstellar travel and certain weapons of war, they've never warned people away from screwing with history. Both good guys and bad guys do it. When people time travel and step on the ButterflyOfDoom, the heroes have to make {{Heroic Sacrifice}}s to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong and ''still'' put up with a CloseEnoughTimeline.
22nd Mar '18 4:24:47 PM Scistorm
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* While no actual Time Police show up during the ''Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse'' novel ''Literature/StarTrekFederation'', the Temporal Prime Directive (see Live-Action TV, below) is in full force, requiring Kirk to have the viewscreen blurred to avoid a paradox when a NegativeSpaceWedgie causes them to [[spoiler:meet the ''Enterprise''-D]]. The titular organisation in the ''Literature/StarTrekDepartmentOfTemporalInvestigations'' novels. Also the other organisations mentioned below, which are indeed getting in each others' way.

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* While no actual Time Police show up during the ''Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse'' novel ''Literature/StarTrekFederation'', the Temporal Prime Directive (see Live-Action TV, below) is in full force, requiring Kirk to have the viewscreen blurred to avoid a paradox when a NegativeSpaceWedgie causes them to [[spoiler:meet the ''Enterprise''-D]].
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The titular organisation in the ''Literature/StarTrekDepartmentOfTemporalInvestigations'' novels. Also novels also counts, though they don't have any reliable method of time travel, instead mainly filling out the paperwork created from temporal incidents. The other organisations mentioned below, below in Live Action also appear, few of which are indeed getting in each others' way.get along, partially because of differing methods, and partially because they're not entirely sure that they come from the same timeline.
4th Mar '18 9:36:37 AM aidreamer
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* In a brief arc in ''WebComics/TheLeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'', a guy with the ability to teleport uses his power to pretend to be from the future and scare people into stopping what their doing. His pranks finally stop when his intended target is a ''real'' undercover Time Policeman [[http://superredundant.com/?comic=377-futures-end who arrests him]] for "conspiracy to commit severe continuity disruption".


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* In a brief arc in ''WebComics/TheLeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'', a guy with the ability to teleport uses his power to pretend to be from the future and scare people into stopping what their doing. His pranks finally stop when his intended target is a ''real'' undercover Time Policeman [[http://superredundant.com/?comic=377-futures-end who arrests him]] for "conspiracy to commit severe continuity disruption".
10th Feb '18 1:49:13 PM LinTaylor
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* The Time Patrol in ''VideoGame/DragonballOnline'' and ''VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse'' are in charge of preventing criminals from messing with history.

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* The Time Patrol in ''VideoGame/DragonballOnline'' introduced the concept of the Time Patrol, who work to prevent criminals from altering history; their primary opponents are Towa and Mira's Time Breakers. The concept would be expanded upon in ''VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse'' are in charge of preventing criminals from messing with history.and ''VideoGame/DragonBallHeroes''.
27th Jan '18 9:26:12 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' has the TSAB, or Time Space Administration Bureau. Although [[InNameOnly the main series never quite gets to exploring that part of their duties.]]
16th Jan '18 10:36:55 PM deathhappens
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* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' has the TSAB, or Time Space Administration Bureau. Although [[InNameOnly the main series never quite gets to exploring that part of their duties.]]



* ''Franchise/MahouShoujoLyricalNanoha'' has the TSAB, or Time Space Administration Bureau. Although [[InNameOnly the main series never quite gets to exploring that part of their duties.]]
16th Jan '18 10:32:18 PM deathhappens
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* ''Franchise/MahouShoujoLyricalNanoha'' has the TSAB, or Time Space Administration Bureau. Although [[InNameOnly the main series never quite gets to exploring that part of their duties.]]
7th Dec '17 12:28:22 PM PhantomRider
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**Rip eventually creates a new organization to replace the Time Masters. They're more professional and bureaucratic, and no fans of the Legends. (Eventually, that ''does'' include Rip himself. No one's above the law, so they arrest ''their own founder'' after he pulls some Legend-style rulebeaking.)
11th Nov '17 5:20:34 PM Kingler
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad''

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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad''''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'' is about a time cop, his robot servant, and an orphan [[MrExposition history expert]] who venture throughout history to keep time continuity straight. Examples include forcing Music/LudwigVanBeethoven to give up his ProfessionalWrestling career to resume composing, and getting the pirate Blackbeard to trade conservationism for buccaneering.
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