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17th Feb '17 12:31:55 AM rva98014
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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant: Judy Hopps voluntarily resigns from the ZPD after she [[spoiler:finds the fourteen missing mammals who had "gone savage", but in the process stirs up [[FantasticRacism a ton of anti-predator resentment]] and alienates her new friend Nick Wilde thanks to some [[InnocentlyInsensitive poorly though-out remarks at a press conference]]]]. However, after a EurekaMoment, she ends up returning to solve the case despite no longer being a police officer, and ends up being reinstated afterward.

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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant: Judy Hopps voluntarily resigns from the ZPD after she [[spoiler:finds her remarks at the fourteen missing mammals who had "gone savage", but in the process stirs up [[FantasticRacism a ton of anti-predator resentment]] press conference inflames historic tension between predator and prey and alienates her new friend Nick Wilde thanks to some [[InnocentlyInsensitive poorly though-out remarks at a press conference]]]]. Wilde. However, after a EurekaMoment, she ends up returning to Zootopia to solve the case despite no longer being as a police officer, civilian and ends up being reinstated afterward.to the ZPD afterwards.
27th Dec '16 6:17:37 PM nombretomado
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* DCI Gene Hunt gets suspended in both ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' [[spoiler: accused of murdering a boxing promoter]] and ''AshesToAshes'' [[spoiler: Gene and Ray attack a suspect and are reported by Alex, and Gene gets put on paid leave]], which means, of course, that he was just being Gene!

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* DCI Gene Hunt gets suspended in both ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' [[spoiler: accused of murdering a boxing promoter]] and ''AshesToAshes'' ''Series/AshesToAshes'' [[spoiler: Gene and Ray attack a suspect and are reported by Alex, and Gene gets put on paid leave]], which means, of course, that he was just being Gene!
28th Oct '16 8:58:22 PM BURGINABC
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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant: When Officer Judy Hopps calls for backup while being chased by a savage Manchas but then discovers him gone, Chief Bogo orders Judy to turn in her badge then and there. Only Nick's timely WhatTheHellHero intervention saves her career. Later after her press conference comments throw the city into a panic she quits the ZPD leaving her badge on Bellwether's desk featuring a close-up on the badge with Judy walking out the door in the background. [[spoiler: She then goes on to solve the case as a civilian with Nick's help and is later reinstated with the ZPD.]]

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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant: When Officer Judy Hopps calls for backup while being chased by a savage Manchas but then discovers him gone, Chief Bogo orders Judy to turn in her badge then and there. Only Nick's timely WhatTheHellHero intervention saves her career. Later after her press conference comments throw the city into a panic she quits voluntarily resigns from the ZPD leaving her badge on Bellwether's desk featuring a close-up on after she [[spoiler:finds the badge with Judy walking out the door fourteen missing mammals who had "gone savage", but in the background. [[spoiler: She then goes on process stirs up [[FantasticRacism a ton of anti-predator resentment]] and alienates her new friend Nick Wilde thanks to some [[InnocentlyInsensitive poorly though-out remarks at a press conference]]]]. However, after a EurekaMoment, she ends up returning to solve the case as despite no longer being a civilian with Nick's help police officer, and is later ends up being reinstated with the ZPD.]]afterward.
19th Oct '16 7:42:08 AM JackG
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* At the end of ''Film/{{Dredd}}'', Cassandra Anderson voluntarily hands in her badge to Judge Dredd, knowing she has failed her assessment as a Judge after losing her sidearm. However Judge Dredd passes her anyway, impressed with how she TookALevelInBadass during the course of the movie.
23rd Sep '16 11:09:17 AM rva98014
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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant: Judy Hopps voluntarily resigns from the ZPD after she finds the fourteen missing mammals who had "gone savage", but in the process stirs up [[FantasticRacism a ton of anti-predator resentment]] and alienates her new friend Nick Wilde thanks to some [[InnocentlyInsensitive poorly though-out remarks at a press conference]]. She goes back to the family farm in Bunnyburrow, but after a EurekaMoment she rushes back to Zootopia to pick up the investigation again.
** Before that, Judy had been given 48 hours to solve that case by her superior, Chief Bogo, with her badge at stake. When Judy calls for backup for what he believes to be a false alarm, Bogo demands that Judy turns in her badge here and there. She's only saved by Nick who reminds Bogo that they still have 10 hours left to crack the case.

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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant: When Officer Judy Hopps voluntarily resigns from the ZPD after she finds the fourteen missing mammals who had "gone savage", but in the process stirs up [[FantasticRacism a ton of anti-predator resentment]] and alienates her new friend Nick Wilde thanks to some [[InnocentlyInsensitive poorly though-out remarks at a press conference]]. She goes back to the family farm in Bunnyburrow, but after a EurekaMoment she rushes back to Zootopia to pick up the investigation again.
** Before that, Judy had been given 48 hours to solve that case by her superior, Chief Bogo, with her badge at stake. When Judy
calls for backup for what he believes to be while being chased by a false alarm, savage Manchas but then discovers him gone, Chief Bogo demands that orders Judy turns to turn in her badge here then and there. She's only saved by Nick who reminds Bogo that they still have 10 hours left to crack Only Nick's timely WhatTheHellHero intervention saves her career. Later after her press conference comments throw the case.city into a panic she quits the ZPD leaving her badge on Bellwether's desk featuring a close-up on the badge with Judy walking out the door in the background. [[spoiler: She then goes on to solve the case as a civilian with Nick's help and is later reinstated with the ZPD.]]
23rd Sep '16 7:00:26 AM Ereiam
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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant; Judy Hopps voluntarily resigns from the ZPD after she finds the fourteen missing mammals who had "gone savage", but in the process stirs up [[FantasticRacism a ton of anti-predator resentment]] and alienates her new friend Nick Wilde thanks to some [[InnocentlyInsensitive poorly though-out remarks at a press conference]]. She goes back to the family farm in Bunnyburrow, but after a EurekaMoment she rushes back to Zootopia to pick up the investigation again.

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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features a variant; variant: Judy Hopps voluntarily resigns from the ZPD after she finds the fourteen missing mammals who had "gone savage", but in the process stirs up [[FantasticRacism a ton of anti-predator resentment]] and alienates her new friend Nick Wilde thanks to some [[InnocentlyInsensitive poorly though-out remarks at a press conference]]. She goes back to the family farm in Bunnyburrow, but after a EurekaMoment she rushes back to Zootopia to pick up the investigation again.again.
** Before that, Judy had been given 48 hours to solve that case by her superior, Chief Bogo, with her badge at stake. When Judy calls for backup for what he believes to be a false alarm, Bogo demands that Judy turns in her badge here and there. She's only saved by Nick who reminds Bogo that they still have 10 hours left to crack the case.
8th Sep '16 4:28:57 PM dmcreif
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* Played with in ''Film/{{SWAT}}''. After a reckless stunt that wounds a civilian, creating a PR nightmare and a hefty lawsuit against the department, [[DaChief Captain Fuller]] wants the people responsible gone. Lieutenant Velasquez, however, insists they should stay within the division, for a chance at redemption; the Chief relents just enough to assign them to the Gun Cage. The hothead who caused the whole problem in the first place blows up and walks out; his partner [[EstablishingCharacterMoment accepts the demotion calmly, but won't sell his partner out to get back on the team]].

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* Played with in ''Film/{{SWAT}}''. After a reckless stunt that wounds actions rescuing hostages from a civilian, bank robbery leads to a civilian getting wounded, creating a PR nightmare and a hefty lawsuit against the department, [[DaChief Captain Fuller]] wants the people responsible gone. Lieutenant Velasquez, however, insists they should stay within the division, for a chance at redemption; the Chief Fuller relents just enough to assign them to the Gun Cage. The hothead Brian Gamble, who caused the whole problem in the first place place, blows up and walks out; his partner the other one, Jim Street, [[EstablishingCharacterMoment accepts the demotion calmly, but won't sell his partner out to get back on the team]].
3rd Sep '16 6:14:19 PM ANTMuddle
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But the cop might actually honor the original directive.

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But ''then'' the cop might actually honor the original directive.
31st Aug '16 3:21:12 PM ANTMuddle
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The cop ignores this directive and finishes tracking the perp down. Sometimes, it's because he's a CowboyCop. Other times, ItsPersonal. When the bad guy is eventually caught, the cop's boss never reprimands the rogue cop and sometimes even admits he was wrong. There won't even be a [[ArsonMurderAndLifesaving [=McCloud=] Speech]] about all the regulations the cop broke on this excursion, not the least of which being ignoring an order -- probably because he technically wasn't acting as a cop, but merely [[VigilanteMan breaking the law as a regular citizen...]] But the cop might actually honor the original directive after all.

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The cop ignores this directive and finishes tracking the perp down. Sometimes, it's because he's a CowboyCop. Other times, ItsPersonal. When the bad guy is eventually caught, the cop's boss never reprimands the rogue cop and sometimes even admits he was wrong. There won't even be a [[ArsonMurderAndLifesaving [=McCloud=] Speech]] about all the regulations the cop broke on this excursion, not the least of which being ignoring an order -- probably because he technically wasn't acting as a cop, but merely [[VigilanteMan breaking the law as a regular citizen...]] ]]

But the cop might actually honor the original directive after all.
directive.
31st Aug '16 3:19:57 PM ANTMuddle
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The cop ignores this directive and finishes tracking the perp down. Sometimes, it's because he's a CowboyCop. Other times, ItsPersonal. When the bad guy is eventually caught, the cop's boss never reprimands the rogue cop and sometimes even admits he was wrong. There won't even be a [[ArsonMurderAndLifesaving [=McCloud=] Speech]] about all the regulations the cop broke on this excursion, not the least of which being ignoring an order -- probably because he technically wasn't acting as a cop, but merely [[VigilanteMan breaking the law as a regular citizen...]]

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The cop ignores this directive and finishes tracking the perp down. Sometimes, it's because he's a CowboyCop. Other times, ItsPersonal. When the bad guy is eventually caught, the cop's boss never reprimands the rogue cop and sometimes even admits he was wrong. There won't even be a [[ArsonMurderAndLifesaving [=McCloud=] Speech]] about all the regulations the cop broke on this excursion, not the least of which being ignoring an order -- probably because he technically wasn't acting as a cop, but merely [[VigilanteMan breaking the law as a regular citizen...]]
]] But the cop might actually honor the original directive after all.
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