Word "COP" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
Synonyms:
bull, copper, fuzz, pig

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
take into custody
Synonyms:
apprehend, arrest, collar, nab, nail, pick up

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
take by theft
Synonyms:
glom, hook, knock off, snitch, thieve

Crossword Clues for COP

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Clue Source Date
Person upholding the law Family Time 25 Sep 2022
Member of the force Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2022
Police officer New York Times 01 Aug 2022
Booking agent? Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2022
Policeman The Times Concise 21 Jul 2022
"That's a total ___-out!" Universal 06 Jul 2022
Booking agent? Wall Street Journal 09 Jun 2022
"Law & Order" extra Universal 25 May 2022
Force member Thomas Joseph 04 May 2022
"Chicago P.D." extra LA Times Daily 25 Apr 2022
'Chicago P.D.' extra The Washington Post 25 Apr 2022
Police officer Newsday 18 Apr 2022
Take, as a plea Universal 18 Apr 2022
Member of the force Thomas Joseph 04 Apr 2022
One on the force Newsday 27 Feb 2022
Policeman, slang Canadiana 21 Feb 2022
Force member Thomas Joseph 17 Feb 2022
'That's a total ___-out' USA Today 04 Feb 2022
Own up (to) New York Times 07 Jan 2022
Booking figure Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2022
Chaser of the bad guys Family Time 26 Dec 2021
"That's a ___-out!" Universal 24 Dec 2021
Catch a police officer The Times Cryptic 20 Dec 2021
Get, slangily New York Times 19 Dec 2021
Police officer Family Time 19 Dec 2021
Person upholding the law Family Time 05 Dec 2021
Filch LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2021
Police officer Family Time 08 Nov 2021
Booking figure Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2021
Police officer Newsday 19 Oct 2021
Squad car driver Newsday 17 Oct 2021
Police officer The Telegraph Quick 12 Oct 2021
Steal New York Times 09 Sep 2021
Crime fighter Family Time 06 Sep 2021
Admit (to) New York Times 11 Jul 2021
Purchase, informally USA Today 11 Jul 2021
Beat walker Thomas Joseph 11 May 2021
Admit (to) Wall Street Journal 20 Apr 2021
Extra in a procedural New York Times 15 Apr 2021
'But you say it in a tweet, that's a ___-out' (Swift lyric) USA Today 07 Apr 2021
Acquire, informally USA Today 05 Apr 2021
"Beverly Hills —" Eugene Sheffer 03 Apr 2021
Admit, with 'to' The Washington Post Sunday 21 Mar 2021
Admit, with 'to' The Washington Post 21 Mar 2021
Admit, with "to" LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2021
Admit (to) New York Times 20 Mar 2021
Force member Thomas Joseph 17 Mar 2021
Officer Eugene Sheffer 06 Feb 2021
___-out (poor excuse) Universal 09 Jan 2021
Policeman The Telegraph Quick 22 Dec 2020
"Blue Bloods" extra Eugene Sheffer 12 Dec 2020
Purchase, informally USA Today 21 Nov 2020
Filch New York Times 23 Oct 2020
___-out (poor excuse) The Washington Post Sunday 27 Sep 2020
Member of the force Thomas Joseph 31 Aug 2020
Steal, in slang New York Times 11 Aug 2020
Police officer Eugene Sheffer 01 Aug 2020
Olivia Benson's profession USA Today 26 Jul 2020
Protector of the peace Family Time 21 Jun 2020
Ticket distributor Newsday 19 Jun 2020
Ticket issuer New York Times 02 Jun 2020
Beat walker Newsday 24 May 2020
See 23 Across The Washington Post Sunday 17 May 2020
__ a plea LA Times Daily 12 May 2020
__ a plea The Washington Post 12 May 2020
Just about every character on 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' New York Times 04 May 2020
'That's a ___-out!' USA Today 01 Apr 2020
Perp pursuer Premier Sunday 23 Feb 2020
Booking expert Wall Street Journal 06 Feb 2020
___-out (unsatisfying answer, say) USA Today 30 Dec 2019
Pursuer in a chase scene USA Today 23 Nov 2019
Steal, slang Canadiana 11 Nov 2019
Steal, in slang
Beat walker
Beat walker New York Times 03 Nov 2019
Robber chaser, in a children's game
Robber chaser, in a children's game New York Times 21 Oct 2019
One may direct traffic Universal 15 Sep 2019
Citation provider New York Times 14 Sep 2019
Steal, in slang The Washington Post 22 Aug 2019
Steal, in slang LA Times Daily 22 Aug 2019
Whistle blower LA Times Daily 16 Aug 2019
Whistle blower The Washington Post 16 Aug 2019
Squad car driver USA Today 09 Aug 2019
One on the force Newsday 28 Jul 2019
Squad car driver Newsday 07 Jul 2019
Slangily admit, with 'to' The Washington Post 01 Jun 2019
Slangily admit, with "to" LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2019
One of New York's Finest USA Today 31 May 2019
Patrol figure The Washington Post Sunday 26 May 2019
Steal Wall Street Journal 17 Apr 2019
Whom a hippie called a 'pig' USA Today 13 Apr 2019
See 48 Down Newsday 13 Apr 2019
Police officer The Times Concise 30 Jan 2019
Squad car driver Universal 26 Jan 2019
Cruiser driver Universal 05 Jan 2019
Whistle blower
Slangily admit, with "to"
Steal
Cruiser driver
Squad car driver
Many an NYPD worker
One of New York's Finest
One may direct traffic
Steal, in slang
Squad car driver
Citation provider
Bodycam wearer USA Today 18 Dec 2018
Pilfer The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Dec 2018
Sergeant Friday, e.g USA Today 06 Dec 2018
Police officer Family Time 02 Dec 2018
Composer dismisses Morse - the Detective Chief Inspector, for one Irish Times Crosaire 24 Nov 2018
Snatch New York Times 28 Oct 2018
'Blue Bloods' extra The Washington Post 08 Oct 2018
Swipe Wall Street Journal 19 Sep 2018
Swipe Newsday 24 Aug 2018
One on a beat USA Today 04 Aug 2018
Arresting person Universal 15 Jun 2018
Law enforcer Family Time 07 May 2018
Officer in an 11-Down USA Today 14 Mar 2018
Perp chaser LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2018
Perp chaser The Washington Post 26 Feb 2018
Squad car driver LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2018
Squad car driver The Washington Post 19 Feb 2018
Stakeout figure The Washington Post Sunday 11 Feb 2018
Police officer Thomas Joseph 23 Jan 2018
Officer of the law Universal 14 Jan 2018
"Blue Bloods" extra
Pilfer
Bodycam wearer
One on a beat
Sergeant Friday, e.g.
Squad car driver
Officer of the law
Arresting person
Snatch
Perp chaser
Swipe
Get The Times Concise 10 Dec 2017
Perp pincher Wall Street Journal 09 Dec 2017
Booking agent? LA Times Daily 02 Dec 2017
Booking agent? The Washington Post 02 Dec 2017
Police officer Universal 23 Nov 2017
Whom a hippie called a "pig" USA Today 21 Nov 2017
Police officer Jonesin 24 Oct 2017
Crime show figure New York Times 18 Oct 2017
One collaring a perp LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2017
One collaring a perp The Washington Post 02 Oct 2017
Pilfer Newsday 30 Sep 2017
'The Wire' extra The Washington Post Sunday 24 Sep 2017
Just fine New York Times 08 Jun 2017
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' figure New York Times 09 May 2017
Beat patroller New York Times 17 Apr 2017
Patrol car driver Newsday 27 Mar 2017
Booking agent? Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2017
Officer of the peace Family Time 06 Mar 2017
Flatfoot Thomas Joseph 23 Feb 2017
Bluecoat New York Times 22 Jan 2017
Cruiser driver USA Today 17 Jan 2017
"Blue Bloods" extra LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2017
Crime show figure
Just fine
Police officer
Bluecoat
Whom a hippie called a "pig"
Cruiser driver
Beat patroller
Admit (to)
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" figure
One collaring a perp
Booking agent?
One with a beat Universal 01 Dec 2016
Bobby in England Universal 19 Nov 2016
One involved with tickets and bookings New York Times 18 Nov 2016
One with a beat The Washington Post 24 Oct 2016
One who keeps the beat? New York Times 13 Oct 2016
Station worker Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2016
Snatch The Washington Post 18 Aug 2016
Driver of a black-and-white car New York Times 01 Aug 2016
One on the beat USA Today 16 Jul 2016
Whistle-blower, at times The Washington Post 13 Jul 2016
Speeding ticket issuer USA Today 27 Jun 2016
Back (out) Newsday 24 Jun 2016
Cruiser occupant Wall Street Journal 24 Jun 2016
Perp pursuer Wall Street Journal 14 Jun 2016
Speeder stopper USA Today 11 Jun 2016
Bobby : U.K. :: ___ : U.S New York Times 31 May 2016
24-Across, for one New York Times 14 May 2016
Adopt, as an attitude The Washington Post 06 May 2016
Pilfer The Washington Post 22 Apr 2016
Joe Friday, self-descriptively The Washington Post 12 Feb 2016
Serpico, for one The Chronicle of Higher Education 05 Feb 2016
Radar-gun wielder USA Today 04 Feb 2016
One who keeps the beat?
One involved with tickets and bookings
Driver of a black-and-white car
Serpico, for one
Speeding ticket issuer
Speeder stopper
Radar-gun wielder
One on the beat
Bobby : U.K. :: ___ : U.S.
Arresting figure Wall Street Journal 18 Dec 2015
Perp pursuer New York Times 15 Dec 2015
One pounding the beat Wall Street Journal 09 Dec 2015
Collar maker USA Today 25 Nov 2015
'Blue Bloods' extra Eugene Sheffer 17 Nov 2015
Walker on a beat Universal 19 Oct 2015
Renege, with ''out'' Newsday 18 Oct 2015
Fuzz figure Premier Sunday 11 Oct 2015
Police officer USA Today 11 Oct 2015
Steal ... or the one who catches the thief LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2015
Arresting figure? LA Times Daily 12 Aug 2015
With 31-Down, get off easier, perhaps Wall Street Journal 18 May 2015
Rights reader LA Times Daily 03 May 2015
One on the beat Family Time 16 Mar 2015
Baton twirler Newsday 10 Jan 2015
Police officer
Baton twirler
Collar maker
Rights reader
Arresting figure?
Steal ... or the one who catches the thief
Fuzz figure
Frank Bullitt or Harry Callahan
Perp pursuer
One pounding the beat
Arresting figure
Renege, with "out"
Police officer
Booking agent?
Patrolman
One wielding tear gas or driving a tank, perhaps, alas (and, after burrowing, a 37-Down/43-Across from Barry Manilow)
Flatfoot
Police officer
Squad car driver
Swipe
Badge bearer
Renege, with "out"
Rip off
Arresting figure?
Suspect chaser
Rights reader
Figure in an "America's Most Wanted" episode
Perp catcher
Police officer
Lift
Filch
Police force member
Station occupant
Arresting figure?
Beat walker
"Beverly Hills ___"
Beat-nik?
One on the force
Badge bearer
"Beverly Hills ___"
Nightstick carrier
Person on a beat
One carrying handcuffs
Person with a collar?
Good __/bad __: interrogation method
Badge wearer
Adopt, as an attitude
Booking agent?
Steal
Emergency help provider
Filch
Blue wearer, usually
Flatfoot
Steal
Person with a beat
Blue wearer, usually
One with a beat
Crime buster
Lift
Badge wearer
Swipe
Badge bearer
Kojak or Columbo
Beat walker
Real trooper?
Glom
Swipe
Officer of the peace
Glom
One on a beat
Beatnik?
One on a beat
One with a beat
Radar gun aimer
Force member
Police officer, slangily
Radar gun aimer
One with a beat
Law enforcer
Radar user
Steal, slangily
One on a beat
Beatnik?
Suspect chaser
Person with a collar?
One with cuffs
He may have a beat
One cuffing
Worker at a station
Beat figure?
One with a beat
Worker with a beat
Back (out)
Catch
One whose tickets are often expensive
Back (out)
NYPD figure
One whose tickets are often expensive
Flatfoot
Wearer of blue
Friday, notably
Beat walker
Robber's foe
One not missing a beat?
Beat walker
54 Across participant
Man or woman in blue
Dirty Harry, for one
Friday, for one
Unit of heat?
Black-and-white driver
Flatfoot
Friday, for one
Steal
Steal, slangily
One with a beat
Robber's foe
With "a" and 9-Down, admit to a lesser offense
Jockey's aid
Worker who's often at his station?
Unit of force?
Whistle blower, at times
Flatfoot
Steal
With "a" and 9-Down, admit to a lesser offense
Robber's foe
Whom you might see in your rearview mirror if you ignore the above signs
Filch
Flatfoot
Badge wearer
One on a force
Friday, notably
Filch
Bobby, stateside
Booking agent?
__ a plea
Beat worker
One on a force
One who handles bookings
Friday, notably
Filch
Law enforcer, informally
Radar-gun wielder
Take surreptitiously
Arrester
Man with a beat
Citation issuer
Speeding-ticket issuer
One with a beat?
Apprehend
Walker on a beat
One with a beat
Ticket issuer
Bobby's relative
One of the Village People
One in a cruiser
Force unit?
Fish or Friday, e.g.
Friday, e.g.
One with a beat
Robber chaser
Sipowicz of "NYPD Blue," for one
Lift
One of the Village People
Appropriate, informally
Bluecoat
One may come in a black-and-white
Back (out), informally
___ a plea
Friday, for one
Beat traveler
Back (out), informally
Friday, for one
Robber chaser
Member of New York's Finest
CBer's "bear"
Beat-nik?
Renege, with "out"
Avoid responsibility, with "out"
Fuzz
Beat-nik?
One on the beat
Dirty Harry, e.g.
Ticket issuer
Word after good and bad
Speeder stopper
Traffic follower
Whistle blower
"NYPD Blue" extra
Boy in blue
Crimebuster
Traffic __
Bobby's U.S. relative
One who walks a beat
Snatch
Traffic __
Snatch
He's got the beat
One who hands out tickets
Filch
___ a plea
Beat walker
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Officer
Radar gun wielder
Flatfoot
Apprehend, idiomatically
Toody or Muldoon
He pounds a beat
Black-and-white driver
Eddie Murphy's Axel Foley, for one
Persona for one of the Village People
Shield wearer
Filch
One of New York's finest
Robber's counterpart
Filch
Joe Friday, for one
Swipe
Radar gun wielder
Fuzz
Snatch
Speeder stopper
"Murder One" extra
Whistle blower
Friday, for one
Patrolman
Cheney is being criticized for his vote against a ban on "____-killer" bullets
Beat walker
Swipe
Radar gun pointer
Person in a pullover?
Cheney is being criticized for his vote against a ban on "___-killer" bullets
"Beverly Hills ___"
One with a beat
One of the finest
He's got the beat
One with a beat
Flatfoot
Sergeant Friday, e.g.
Joe Friday was one
Beat walker
"NYPD Blue" extra
Officer
Speeder stopper
Policeman
Acquire, slangily
Swipe
Avoid responsibility with out
Shamus
____ a plea
The Man
Lift, so to speak
Heat unit?
"Bear"
Swipe
Flatfoot
He's got the beat
Steal
Person with a beat
Steal
Bobby, here
CBer's "bear"
Person with a collar?
Beat pounder
Bobby's relative over here
Collar maker
Bull
One of the fuzz
Policeman, to a hood
Beat man
Blue knight
O. Henry's "The ___ and the Anthem"
Crook catcher
Narc. for one
Man on the beat
Guy on a beat
Man in blue
"Blue knight"
Kojak, e.g.
"Blue Knight"
"Bear" in C.B. lingo
Snitch
Traffic ___
Take, as a plea
Man on the beat
Capture: Slang
Steal: Slang
Badge-wearer.
Roll of yarn.
Yarn on a spindle.
Bluecoat.
Crest of a hill.
Law man: Slang.
Man in blue.
Top of a hill.
Conical mass of thread.
Bobby's cousin.
Jack Webb role.
Traffic regulator.
Word J. Edgar Hoover is against.
Jack Webb's role.
Bobby.
Man on the beat.
Capture a prize: Slang.
Man on a beat.
Bobby's twin.
Murderer's foe.
Policeman: Slang.
Guardian of the Law: Slang.
Whistle blower?
One in a cruiser
Pig
Bobby from Britain
Filch
Beat walker
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