Top Police Quotes

  • End-stage addiction is mostly about waiting for the police, or someone, to come and bury you in your shame. – David Carr

    End-stage addiction is mostly about waiting for the police, or someone, to come and bury you in your shame.– David Carr

  • It’s a police mantra that all members of the public are guilty of something, but some members of the public are more guilty than others. – Ben Aaronovitch

    It’s a police mantra that all members of the public are guilty of something, but some members of the public are more guilty than others.– Ben Aaronovitch

  • Shh, mi amor. The neighbors will hear and call the police. – Kate Richards

    Shh, mi amor. The neighbors will hear and call the police.– Kate Richards

  • Shh, mi amor. The neighbors will hear and call the police.– Kate Richards

  • You call the police if your car gets stolen. You don’t call them for anything that matters. – Tiffany Reisz

    You call the police if your car gets stolen. You don’t call them for anything that matters.– Tiffany Reisz

  • The police have lost sight of the fact that they are public servants. – Steven Magee

    The police have lost sight of the fact that they are public servants.– Steven Magee

  • The police, finding a corpse with twenty-eight stab wounds in a bathtub, suspected foul play. – Tim Kreider

    The police, finding a corpse with twenty-eight stab wounds in a bathtub, suspected foul play.– Tim Kreider

  • Police chiefs don’t think a cat can possibly turn into a lion; and yet, it happens. – Victor Hugo

    Police chiefs don’t think a cat can possibly turn into a lion; and yet, it happens.– Victor Hugo

  • Carelessness on the part of revolutionaries has always been the best aid the police have. – Victor Serge

    Carelessness on the part of revolutionaries has always been the best aid the police have.– Victor Serge

  • A hell, from which one can be saved by a quibble that would carry no weight with a police magistrate, cannot be taken very seriously. – Aldous Huxley

    A hell, from which one can be saved by a quibble that would carry no weight with a police magistrate, cannot be taken very seriously.– Aldous Huxley