yep, they're a little special in the head
we do, its just that they are rarely used as the British police have been underfunded for some time, and to be able to give every police officer in the country would cost way more than they will be willing to spend, combined with the cost of maintenance and ammunition, means we simply don't have enough in the budget.
And ofc the worst: Dutch Police
>that gormless look on the fat cunts face
>excellent, my mate has driven off causing the police to chase after him allowing me to get away; shall I run? nah mate, I'll just calmly walk off in the knowledge they won't bother to arrest me
Over here it's (still at least) expected that every police wears a gun while working. The SJW:s whined a lot a few years ago when police shot and killed (some dindu) jewellery store robber, but the media left the subject after a while as usual and the guns are probably not going to be taken away from them for a long time.
>she looks at the tattoo on his hand
S-surely the British police later in the film took him to one of their black sites to be waterboarded and raped, r-right?
Wasn't there a similar scene in End of Watch?
>policewoman used to be paired with male partners
>not required anymore
>"You could get a two-for-one deal!"
Cops are literally supposed to just be citizens who take it as their job to arrest people who break the law.
Giving them special rights and privileges isn't smart. It just makes them more deadly when used as tools of centralised power against the masses.