6-24LawAxeCop.jpg Axe Cop: It's not hard to understand why this dude is awesome, is it? 6-24LawGreenLantern.jpg Hal Jordan: All the Green Lanterns are law enforcement of a kind, but Jordan's the reigning one in our sector, so he's the one we went with. 6-24LawMadMax.jpg MFP Officer "Mad" Max Rockatansky from Mad Max: Go ahead, try a high-speed chase with him. We dare you. 6-24LawNolan.jpg Chief Lawkeeper Joshua Nolan from Defiance: Law enforcement was bound to be rough in a town with a name like Defiance, but Nolan's making it work...so far. 6-24LawMotoko.jpg Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell: She's been evolving and re-appearing for more than 20 years, and she's still making cyberpunk cool. 6-24LawKnight.jpg Michael Knight from Knight Rider: He doesn't need a partner. He's got KITT. 6-24LawOdo.jpg Odo from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: You can come quietly, or he can come after you again with a completely different face. 6-24LawRoboCop.jpg RoboCop: Part man. Part machine. All badass. 6-24LawSmittyURL.jpg Officers Smitty and URL from Futurama: The greatest cop duo in sci-fi crime history? You be the judge. 6-24LawSmax.jpg Officer Jeff Smax from Top 10: Proof that if your career as a dragon slayer fails, you can always get a gig fighting crime. 6-24LawScullyMulder.jpg Special Agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder from The X-Files: Chasing mysteries, arrested bad guys, unraveling a massive alien conspiracy to take over Earth...all in a day's work. 6-24LawONiel.jpg Federal Marshal William O'Niel from Outland: The tagline of this 1981 space Western says it all: "On Jupiter's moon he's the only law." Also, who's gonna mess with Connery, even in space? 6-24LawTimecop.jpg TEC Agent Max Walker from Timecop: He'll take you down anytime, anywhere. Literally. 6-24LawGrimes.jpg Sheriff's Deputy Rick Grimes from The Walking Dead: Though he's no longer officially a badge holder, Rick still spends much of his time trying to keep the peace in a world gone mad...you know, when he's not busy with stuff and things. 6-24LawStacy.jpg Captain George Stacy from Spider-Man: He started as a dedicated New York City cop and ended as one of the most important characters in the Spider-Man saga. 6-24LawJudoon.jpg The Judoon from Doctor Who: And you thought they were intimidating with their helmets on. 6-24LawKiera.jpg CPS Officer Kiera Cameron from Continuum: She might be facing 2012 problems, but she's got 2077 crime-fighting tools. 6-24LawKate.jpg Detective Kate Lockley from Angel: You gotta love someone who finds out her friend is a vampire and doesn't immediately freak out. 6-24LawGordon.JPG Commissioner James Gordon: Even setting aside all that he's been through, there's one simple reason why Gordon's awesome: He gets to turn on the Bat-Signal, and you don't. 6-24LawGaribaldi.JPG Security Chief Michael Garibaldi from Babylon 5: Here's a guy who signed up to keep the peace on a single space station and ending up dealing with much, much more. 6-24LawCarter.jpg Sheriff Jack Carter from Eureka: Being an average guy in a town full of geniuses never slows him down. 6-24LawCooper.jpg Special Agent Dale Cooper from Twin Peaks: Most of us would have probably fled town after that whole Red Room thing, but not Cooper. He had a case to solve, and a lot of coffee to drink. 6-24LawDragon.jpg Dragon from Savage Dragon: Good luck resisting arrest with this guy. 6-24LawDredd.jpg Senior Judge Joseph Dredd from Judge Dredd: The most efficient one-man legal system to ever wear a badge. 6-24LawGadget.jpg Inspector Gadget: Sure, Batman might have a helicopter too, but he can't keep his in his hat.