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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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This article lists all the law enforcement-related aspects of Lost.

Contents

Characters involved in law enforcement

Character Notes

Agent Freedman

Airport cop

  • Was told by Shannon about Sayid's abandoned bags. ("Exodus, Part 2")

Alyssa Cole

Ana Lucia

  • Police Officer for the Los Angeles Police Department.
  • Was shot while on duty which resulted in the loss of her unborn child and lead to Cortez taking a leave of absence.
  • Mother, Captain Teresa Cortez was also stationed in Los Angeles.("Collision")
  • After her resignation, worked as an Airport Security Guard. ("Two for the Road")

Detective Calderwood

Detective Mason

Detective Reed

Detective (The Lie)

  • Arrested Hurley outside his home in Southern California.

Eddie Colburn

  • Police Officer for the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department
  • Went undercover at the commune by tricking John Locke into taking him there.

Edward Mars

  • U.S. Marshal
  • Chased after Kate for years, eventually catching her, and took her on Oceanic Flight 815.
  • Died on the island as a result of injuries from the crash

Isabel

Kevin Callis

  • Miami-Dade police officer
  • Married Kate

Malcolm

  • Officer who talked to Boone in Australia

Mike Walton

Officer Barnes

Robbie Hewitt

Sheriff Williams

Teresa Cortez

Warden Harris

  • Warden of Sawyer's prison.

Items and locations

Weapons

Main article: Weapons

Vehicles

Main article: Automobiles
  • 1992–1997 Ford Crown Victoria (squad car): Seen driven by Ana Lucia and parked in the LAPD Station.("Collision")
  • 1992–1997 Ford Crown Victoria: Government issued vehicle, seen driven by Edward Mars.("What Kate Did")

Cultural references

Literary works

Main article: Literary works


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