Login or register  
TV

NYPD Blue

Show FAQ
Can you explain all this cop talk (lingo) that they use in the show?
BACK IN THE BAG: Back in uniform

CATCH/CAUGHT: To have a case assigned

CATVAN: An RV filled with Uniformed Emergency Service Personnel

C.I.: Confidential informant

CLOSER: A police interrogator who specializes in finishing an interrogation and getting a confession

COLLAR: An arrest

DISCON: Disorderly conduct

DOA: Any dead person, murdered or otherwise

DUMP: Transferred (in a negative direction)

FLOATER: Dead body in the water

HOUSE: Station house

IN THE BAG: In uniform

IN THE WIND: In hiding

JACKPOT: In trouble

LAWYERING UP: Obtaining legal counsel

LOST TIME: Personal time taken while working

MAKE YOUR BONES: Achieve success (on the Job)

PAA: Police Administrative Assistant

PERP: Perpetrator, criminal (also MOPE or MUTT)

POKEY: Cell

RAT SQUAD: Internal Affairs Bureau (IAB)

RMP: Radio Motor Patrol (marked police car)

SKEL: A lowlife; a junkie

SLIPPAGE TOUR: Two extra days owed to the city

T.A.R.U.: Technical Assistance Response Unit

THE FIVES: Complaint follow-up report

THE JOB: The New York Police Department

THE RACK: A bed

THE SYSTEM: The legal justice system
 

Warning: NYPD Blue guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 21, 1993
Ended: March 01, 2005
There currently is no editor for this guide..
Click here to apply if you want to be the editor

EastEnders Actor John Bardon Has Died Aged 75

‘EastEnders’ star John Bardon has died at the age of 75. The actor is best known..

George Clooney Films A Special Downton Abbey Scene

It has been announced today that this year's 'Text Santa' TV-charity campaign will..

WATCH: Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff Opens Up To Piers Morgan, Tonight on itv

The episode of 'Pier's Morgan's Life Stories' airing..