Police Officer (Trainer class)

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おまわりさん Policeman
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Policeman Sprite from Black 2 and White 2
Other names Officer (Generation II)
Introduced in Generation II
Appears in Gold, Silver, and Crystal
Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, and SoulSilver
Black and White
Black 2 and White 2
Stadium 2
Gender Male
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Anime debut [[]]
TCG debut [[(TCG)|]]
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A Policeman (Japanese: おまわりさん Policeman), known as an Officer in Generation II, is a type of Pokémon Trainer that first debuted in the Generation II games. They are police officers, with flashlights and baton, that only battle at night. It could be said that their counterpart is the Joggers, who can only be battled in the morning.

They specialize in using Growlithe in Generation II, a possible reference to the anime's Officer Jenny. In Generation IV they use a combination of Hoothoot and various Fighting-type Pokémon. In Black and White there is only one standard Policeman fight which uses Herdier. In the Battle Subway, they specialize in defensive Pokémon sets primarily relying on status ailments, and in the early stages, Fighting- and Steel-type Pokémon.

Although they weren't Trainers, they also appeared as guards to Saffron City and tried to arrest a Team Rocket Grunt in Vermilion City in Pokémon Red and Blue (replaced by Officer Jenny in Pokémon Yellow), and their remakes Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. Another NPC by the name of Officer Johnson played a minor role in guarding the Cipher members that Duking arrested in Pokémon Colosseum.


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Image from
Generation II
Image from
Stadium 2
Image from
Generation IV
Image from
Black and White
Image from Black 2 and White 2

Trainer list

Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal

Pokémon Diamond/Pearl

Pokémon Platinum

Pokémon HeartGold/SoulSilver

Pokémon Black/White

Pokémon Black 2/White 2

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Falkner is a member of the police force, as well as a Gym Leader.

In Buzz Off, Electabuzz!, a couple of officers make a cameo when the Pokémon kidnapped by Lt. Surge were returned to their original Trainers.

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga

Koya is a member of the International Police, as well as a Pokémon Trainer.

A bunch of officers who are led by Looker appear in Charon Must Be Stopped! where they attempt to arrest Charon, the new leader of Team Galactic. However, Charon is too strong as he was able to take out the officer's Pokémon easily.


The officers sent out Machoke to take on Charon. However, the Machoke were defeated by Charon's powerful Pokémon army.
Debut Charon Must Be Stopped
The officers are also shown to have Bastiodon. They were taken out by Charon's powerful Pokémon army.
Debut Charon Must Be Stopped

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Policier (Gen II)
Agent (Gen IV)
Germany Flag.png German Wächter (Gen II)
Polizist (Gen IV)
Italy Flag.png Italian Guardia
Spain Flag.png Spanish Policía

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