Let’s heighten the danger by displaying the police department’s logo or message on the sky.
It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s not Superman. It’s a cop!
If only cops ditched the walkie-talkies and phones, and started wearing Bluetooth microphones.
Wearable Lie Detector
This detetor reads a person’s heart rate and body temperature. It then sends a feedback to the wearer about whether or not he’s being lied to.
This allows the user to hack into things such as mechanical locks, radios, and computers within a few feet away.
Policemen wouldn’t have to worry about throwing strong punches if they worse shock gauntlets.
Whenever policemen run out of gadgets, they can trigger an electric charge through their suits to shock enemies that come into contact with them.
When the user is at a reasonable distance from firearms, he can jam those firearms.
Bat-computer > J.A.R.V.I.S.
Remote-Controlled, Autonomous, and Armored Batmobile
Why run to the car when the car can drive up to to you? Why chase down your enemies when your car can do the chasing?
Badguys will know they’re in deep shit when they see policemen in that vehicle.
If you don’t know what EMP stands for, it means electromagnetic pulse.
When used, the gun can take down enemies or operatae electrical equipment from a distance. What a shocker!
Batman doesn’t have white eyes; he’s wearing cowl lenses.
Those lenses help Batman switch between night vision, thermal vision, x-ray vision, and a host of other optical settings that help him do his detective work.
The policemen are climbin’ yo windows, and snatchin’ yo people up.
When they’re too lazy to fly with their capes and rocket boots, the policemen can just swing around and kick-ass.