- “Oi! What's the meaning of this?What are you ruffians doing?”
Role in the Series
The Policeman makes his first appearance in the series in the special, Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Battle for the Book. He is first seen patrolling the dock area around London when the Jolly Roger crashes down.The Cop notices Mr. Smee,Sharky,Bones,Cubby,Michael Darling and Nana then reprimands them for causing a ruckus,Smee ,Sharky and Bones begin flee seeing the officer.Although Cubby attempts to explain to the Policeman what happen he is soon snatch up by Nana and a chase erupts through the streets of London.Later after the group collides with Captain Hook who is being pursued by Jake,Wendy,John and Tinker Bell.The Policeman finally had enough and demand what is going on,Hook soon lies to the policeman that he was being pursued by a bunch of thieves,seeing as Hook is the adult on the seen the policeman seem to believe him allowing the Hook and his crew to sneak off back to Never Land with the book. Wendy denies that they were causing trouble and was merely trying to reclaim her book from Captain Hook, the cop scoffs at Wendy remark that Captain Hook isn't real and as he rambles on he is soon shocked as Tinker Bell revealed herself.The Policeman soon believes the young heroes and eventually lets them go pursue Hook and crew back to Never Land.Tinker Bell kisses the cop on the cheek as thanks,the cop blushes claiming his wife will not believe this.He is not seen again throughout the rest of the movie.
The Policeman only appearance in the printed media is the storybook adaption of Battle for the Book.
- " Battle for the Book" (First appearance)
- The Policeman seems to know about Wendy's stories claiming to read the adventure of Peter Pan to his own children.Though it's considered a major plot-hole,since Wendy, John and Michael were the only people to visit the island in the original Peter Pan film.
- While he is never mentioned throughout the special by name he is credited as Bobby, which is how to refer to a British policeman.