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Unnamed personnelEdit

Brynner's police friends Edit

Christopher Brynner had friends in the San Francisco Police Department. In 2024, he offered to talk to them on Jadzia Dax's behalf regarding her friends who were trapped in the Sanctuary Processing Center during the Bell Riots. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part II")

These police were only mentioned in dialogue.
They may include any of the officers seen throughout the episode.

Civilian agent Edit

Civilian FBI agent

A civilian agent

This civilian agent was present during the interrogation of Pavel Chekov aboard the Enterprise CVN-65 in 1986. He called Chekov a "Ruskie" and recommended to call Washington. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

Though having dialogue, this civilian agent was played by an unknown actor.
The script is listing him as "Civilian Agent".

FBI Agent Edit

FBI Interrogator

An FBI agent

This FBI agent interrogated Pavel Chekov after he was caught aboard the USS Enterprise CVN-65 in 1986. He believed Chekov was a "Ruskie" and asked him about his assignemnt and his name. When Chekov threatened to use his phaser which won't work, he confined this agent into the room by locking the door. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The FBI agent was played by actor Jeff Lester.

Police Officer #1 (Detroit) Edit

Detroit police officer 1

A police officer

In October 2004, this police officer arrested Loomis, who had abducted Humans for the Xindi who had traveled back in time to develop a bio-weapon. He and his partner received a tip from Archer that Loomis was the kidnapper. The officer told Loomis he was lucky that the abductees were still alive. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

The police officer was played by Billy Mayo.

Police Officer #2 (Detroit) Edit

Detroit police officer 2

A police officer

In October 2004, this police officer assisted in the arrest of Loomis. Archer provide a tip that Loomis had kidnapped six people. When Loomis told the officer that the lizard people were coming and that they had ray guns, the officer thought he was nuts. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

This police officer was played by Dan Warner.

Policeman (NYPD 1930) Edit


The NYPD policeman

When James T. Kirk and Spock time traveled to 1930 to find McCoy, this policeman caught the two stealing clothes. He did not believe their excuse for the theft and noticed Spock's ears. He was subdued with a Vulcan nerve pinch. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

This policeman was played by Hal Baylor.

Police Officer (NYPD 1968) Edit

Police officer, assignment earth

Police man

This unnamed police officer and his partner Charley were NYPD officers sent to answer an emergency call from Roberta Lincoln.

When the two cops tried to arrest Kirk and Spock, he and his partner were accidentally beamed on board the USS Enterprise, but were transported back to New York seconds later. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

This police officer was played by Ted Gehring.

Policeman (SFPD 19th century) Edit


A policeman

In 1893, the SFPD policeman responded to a fight at a local infirmary between the away team from the USS Enterprise-D (in 19th century garb) and two aliens from Devidia II, who had disguised themselves as a doctor and a nurse in order to steal neural energy from cholera patients. When the policeman came, Riker told him that he had the highest respect for law enforcement and that he was sorry. Riker then punched the policeman and knocked him out, in order that the group could escape. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

William Boyett, Times Arrow Part II

A makeup continuity polaroid of Boyett

This policeman was played by William Boyett.

Policemen (SFPD 19th century) Edit

These policemen encountered the away team of the Enterprise-D when they traveled back into time to San Francisco of 1893. Some of them tried to stop the away team from leaving the Sisters of Hope Infirmary in a horse buggy. (TNG: "Time's Arrow", "Time's Arrow, Part II")

Policeman (SFPD 20th century) Edit


the SFPD policeman

This officer was questioned by Pavel Chekov on where he could find "the nuclear wessels." (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

Policeman (LAPD 20th century) Edit

Female LAPD officer

A LAPD officer

This female LAPD officer accompanied officer Sims to confront Braxton in Los Angeles in 1996. She drove the squad car. (VOY: "Future's End")

This LAPD officer was played by background actress Michelle Vaughn who received no credit for this appearance and was identified by the call sheet.
She filmed her scene on Thursday 15 August 1996 outside of Paramount Stage 9.

SWAT Leader Edit

SWAT Leader

The SWAT leader

In 2024, the SWAT leader (call sign: Blue Leader) led the assault on the Sanctuary District. His troops killed a number of people including Webb and wounded Sisko as he was protecting a hostage named Vin. Vin, a law enforcement officer himself, chided the leader for the use of force. The SWAT leader said that they believed that the hostages were dead. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part II")

The SWAT leader was played by Mitch David Carter.

SWAT Team Edit

Bell Riots - SFPD

The SWAT team

The San Francisco Police Department SWAT team entered the Sanctuary District processing center during the Bell Riots to restore order and free the hostages.(DS9: "Past Tense, Part II")

The SWAT team was played by unknown actors.

"Top cops" Edit

Grand jury

The headline mentioning these cops (right)

These "top cops" were to be indicted by a grand jury, according to a 1953 newspaper headline. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

This character was only mentioned in writing.