* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: This is a ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' series, so Kushida Akira gets LOTS of work. The opening theme ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVKtnSTczqI&feature=related Kidou Keiji Jiban]]) and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hvyaOCLwr4 Perfect Jiban]] sum things up nicely.
* HilariousInHindsight: Jiban, based off of Franchise/RoboCop, gets a jetpack. Later, so does [=RoboCop=] in [[Film/RoboCop3 his third movie]].
** Do you know the show was insanely popular on the 90s back in Panama? No? Well, now you do.
** Add Honduras too, the show was huge back in the 90s.
** And don't forget about Brazil. Jiban is right there with [[Series/KyojuuTokusouJuspion Juspion]], [[Series/SekaiNinjaSenJiraiya Jiraiya]], [[Series/DengekiSentaiChangeman Changeman]], [[Series/ChoushinseiFlashman Flashman]], [[Series/HikariSentaiMaskman Maskman]] and [[Series/DennouKeisatsuCybercop Cybercop]].
* RecycledPremise: Jiban's origin comes straight out of ''Franchise/RoboCop'', right down to the thigh-holstered gun. A nice case of inspiration going full circle: [=RoboCop=]'s design was partially inspired by ''Series/SpaceSheriffGavan'', the original ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' series.
* UnfortunateImplications: The Anti-Bioron Law that Jiban operates under is terrifyingly broad -- if Jiban comes to the conclusion that you are a Bioron agent, you get an Autoderringer shot to the face. It starts with "Jiban can arrest people without a warrant" and ends with "Jiban may exterminate[[note]]The actual word, used repeatedly in the Bioron Law, is "Massatsu", basically meaning "extermination" in the "KillEmAll to death" fashion.[[/note]] anything that disrupts the peace of all life".