Crime seems to be quite heavy, so the Legoland Yard takes care of them. There are recent pursuits and robberies. The Meter Maid, the motorcycle, and the police van inspect the city on a regular schedule.
About this creation
Harold Clark, age 67. He seems to have worked since 19. He wears a fantastic suit, and is the Head Chief of the Legoland Yard. He usually cruises around with many other officers. Harold is very serious, but has fun in return. His age is inconspicuous. He can fight like a madman and slice 5 crooks with his baton. Never show up angry.
Albury Platt, age 32. He is a new chief, and he patrols around Legoland occasionaly. Sometimes he swings his baton too hard and hits someone in the, yeah. Because he is well trained, there is no assistance. The mistakes are made not too often. He wears glasses wherever he goes. Everywhere. It's like they're painted on him-and they are.
Richard Starch, age 24. A man who is in love with music. His job is usually on his mind. Two handlebars gripped by his two hands. The motorcycle is never dented or scratched, though he does a variety of tricks to outsmart a foe. The music probably keeps him alive.
Cram Hambridge, age 39. The driving of his is suberb. Most of the time, he cruises the streets, but there's no match for a pursuit, hands down. They say he's normal class. The suit is a vintage police vest for the station, perhaps?
Arthur Lemmington, age 21. No one can forget the meter maid. Originaly from New York (as of 2000), it drives on it's three wheels to catch the speeder. Arthur is mainly a security guard who started inspecting a construction yard. Now he's in the busy city, cruising for those of the evil, and bringing happiness, I suppose?