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Cop could refer to:
- An Arizona officer who tells Marcus about some crumpled bodies.
- The Austin cop who arrests Quentin Frady.
- Captain Baldwin, an LAPD captain who conducts Matt's disciplinary review .
- Officer Berkley, an LAPD officer who speaks with Carlos about Captain Dearing.
- Officer Brown, an officer at the Odessa Sheriff's Department, as seen in an alternate ending to Powerless on the Season Two DVD.
- The Carbondale officer on scene at the shooting incident at Moe's Ice Cream Parlor.
- Lieutenant Chory, whom Sylar bosses around at the First Federal Bank of New York.
- Officer Cindy, who eats at Kenny's Diner and tells about recent atrocities.
- The Costa Verde police officer who wants to talk to Sandra about Claire's gunshot wound.
- The CVPD desk officer who directs Rachel to Lieutenant Lenks.
- Sheriff Davidson, the Chief of Police in Midland-Odessa, TX who searches for the heroine cheerleader at Union Wells, and later quizzes Charlie at the Burnt Toast Diner.
- The DC cop who is part of the attack on Matt in Washington, DC.
- The DC lieutenant who leads the attack on Matt in Washington, DC.
- Officer Evans, a dirty cop who works for James Dearing.
- The firefighter Sheila's mother implores to save her daughter in Trial By Fire.
- The frozen uniformed cop from an unaired scene of One Giant Leap, who is presumably frozen by Sylar at FBI Headquarters.
- Garcia, a Mexican officer who arrests Alejandro.
- Officer Habersohl, an LAPD officer who attacks El Vengador.
- Hana Gitelman, an officer in the Israeli Defense Forces.
- Hernandez, a Mexican officer who tries to arrest Maya.
- A Highway 12 patrolman, who gives D.L. a scare at Cafe B-B-Q.
- A Homeland Security officer, a member of Matt Parkman's team who is a also a leader of Homeland Security.
- The IDF enlisting officer who denies Hana entrance into the Israeli Defense Forces.
- The LAPD beat cop who speaks with Matt about his failing grade on the detective's exam.
- The LAPD captain, another captain at Matt's review.
- The LAPD officer who secures the scene at Ridgway Jewelry.
- Lieutenant Lenks, who aided Rachel in chasing down Alex Woolsly.
- Linderman's cop, the corrupt Nevada State Trooper who delivers Niki to Miss Sakamoto.
- Lloyd, the sheriff's deputy in Midland-Odessa, TX who tests Charlie's memory.
- The LVPD deputy who patrols the Sanderses' home.
- Officer Mckinzie, who investigates Robert Keep's murder, as seen in an "untold story" on the Season Two DVD.
- Vincent Mortimer, a highway patrolman on I-57.
- Officer Murphy, a dirty cop who works for James Dearing.
- A mustachioed cop, who is persuaded by Charles Deveaux to watch Jason and the Argonauts.
- The New York City police officer who watches Peter disappear at Roosevelt Hospital.
- The NYPD cop who helps secure Isaac's apartment in a possible future.
- The NYPD officer who goes with Mohinder and Eden to Sylar's apartment.
- The Odessa deputy who is on the scene after Homecoming.
- An Odessa officer, who is stationed at the Odessa Sheriff's Department, as seen in an alternate ending to Powerless on the Season Two DVD.
- Officer Eugene Pakowski, a corrupt cop who lies about El Vengador's murder.
- Lieutenant Palmer, who works with D.L. at Fire Station #5.
- Matt Parkman, the main character who was an officer at the Los Angeles Police Department.
- Ramon, an officer at the Odessa Sheriff's Department, as seen in an alternate ending to Powerless on the Season Two DVD.
- Officer Ramsey, who responds to a commotion at Midland Hospital.
- Officer Ramsford, the firefighter who witnesses Claire's heroics and then searches for the brave cheerleader.
- Officer Rogers, who wonders how the top of Ted's head came off.
- The skinny cop who thinks Ted's dead body is the "sickest thing" he's ever seen.
- Officer Smith, who works at a the Women's Correctional Facility.
- A SWAT officer, who leads the raid on Primatech Paper Co.
- The train wreck victim, who is reported to be a lieutenant in the Odessa Register.
- The uniformed officer who brings Sylar the case files for Virginia Gray's murder.
- A Utah highway patrolman, over to whom Niki turns herself and Linderman's money
- Officer White, an officer at the Odessa Sheriff's Department, as seen in an alternate ending to Powerless on the Season Two DVD.
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