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CCPC
Biological type: Cyborg
Notable individuals: School CCPC
First seen in: Regeneration
Appearances: see list
The CCPC or Robo Fuzz were cyborgs used as law enforcement officers on the planet Earth when it was dominated by the Department in the middle of the 21st century. (TV: Regeneration) CCPC stood for Cybernetic Civic Pacification. (TV: The Korven)

Appearance and abilities Edit

The CCPC were used by the Department on the street and in facilities like the Dauntless Prison. (TV: Regeneration, Liberation) Certain units or squads of CCPC were commanded by Department Inspectors. (TV: Alien Avatar) They had different accents depending on what Department country they operated in. British CCPCs spoke in "cop slang". They were tall and had strength greater than humans. They had limited intelligence and were slow, but relentless. They fired red lasers capable of stunning or killing from their palms. (TV: Aeolian)

Models Edit

The original CCPCs were cyborgs built from purely human technology. However, the Mark 2 CCPCs were introduced six months prior to The Last Precinct's takeover of Gryffen Manor. They had future alien biotechnology built into them. The biological component of these Mark 2 CCPCs was alien, but had been further mutated by the Department. These Mark 2 CCPCs also had a deep programme to subjugate humanity and crush all resistance, a programme which was accidentally activated prematurely by Halloran's virus. (TV: The Last Precinct)

History Edit

CCPCs were featured in propaganda messages broadcast frequently across London and other cities such as Paris, Tokyo, New York and Sydney at night, stating their purpose to Protect and Serve. (TV: Regeneration, Liberation, The Last Oak Tree)

The CCPC were first put into use in 2048 when Inspector June Turner made the decision to replace human law enforcement officers with cyborgs. (TV: The Last Precinct)

CCPCs guarded the site of the crashed Korven ship in the frozen wastes of Canada. (TV: Angel of the North)

CCPCs pursued dissidents such as Stark Reality. When he was found trying to replace a propaganda message with his own message, a CCPC chased him and his would be accomplice, Jorjie. They escaped, but were captured when Darius reported them. When a Jixen warrior hunting Starkey broke into his cell, a CCPC came in to find out what was going on. The Jixen punched the CCPC. Starkey used this diversion to escape. (TV: Regeneration)

When Starkey and Darius were investigating the Dauntless Prison, a CCPC arrested them. (TV: Liberation)

The CCPCs continued to follow Starkey until his criminal records were erased. (TV: The Korven)

When the Department planted a bomb in a Ferris wheel's controls as a publicity stunt, CCPCs were used to keep back civilians and to stop the bomb from being removed. (TV: The Bounty Hunter)

Policerobots

Testing the inhibitor. (TV: Sirens of Ceres)

When Vibeka protested against CCPC violence, the CCPCs arrested her. When Jorjie, Starkey and K9 tried to help her, the CCPCs brought and tested the Inhibitor gun on them. The gun misfired, destroying the CCPC who fired it. (TV: Sirens of Ceres)

When an unknown entity was found in a wardrobe, CCPCs guarded it. When Drake planned to destroy it, the CCPCs brought the bomb that was to be used. (TV: Fear Itself)

During a press conference about the introduction of the microchip, CCPCs were used as security. They failed to protect Drake from "K9". (TV: Jaws of Orthrus)

All the CCPCs in London were put to sleep by the Bodach. (TV: Dream-Eaters)

When two Anubians landed in London, two CCPCs tried to stop them but were knocked out by the Anubian energy attack. Later, when the Anubians' invasion was foiled, the same CCPCs arrested the Anubians. (TV: Curse of Anubis)

Two CCPCs stopped K9 and Starkey as they were about to go fishing. K9 explained what fishing was to them. They, along with K9, didn't understand it and he told them, "You and me both brother". After they left he called them "morons" and said they gave robots a bad name. (TV: Alien Avatar)

In Drake's plan to spy anywhere without being seen, even by Lomax, he captured a Mede starship. CCPCs were used to interrogate and torture the two Medes. They also patrolled the Qualon 37 manufacturing factory. (TV: Alien Avatar)

When the Aeolian's mating call caused storms across the United Kingdom, Drake found the Aeolian in the Holy Cross Cathedral and went there with four CCPCs. He had the CCPCs stun the Aeolian. He ordered them to take her out, but when K9 threatened to kill them, he ordered them to stand down. During the crisis, Darius called CCPCs to help him get Jorjie out of the debris after the ceiling had collapsed on her. (TV: Aeolian)

When the Major Oak was stolen from a museum, the thief left an alien substance which caused electromagnetic interference in the CCPCs in the area, making them malfunction. (TV: The Last Oak Tree)

CCPCs patrolled the scene of an accident involving the Hunger. (TV: Black Hunger)

CCPCs patrolled Department HQ. (TV: Lost Library of Ukko)

Several CCPCs were experimented on and implanted with human genes. The only successful one was UNIT 18FEB6, also known as Birdie. The rest were liquidated. Thorne ordered all CCPCs in London to hunt him. Darius and Mariah got Birdie to a safe place. (TV: Mutant Copper)

When Gryffen helped Taphony escape from her prison she was halted by two CCPCs. She aged them to dust. (TV: Taphony and the Time Loop)

In Thorne's plan to gain K9's regeneration unit using Crashclub, a CCPC was modified and became the Pain-Maker. (TV: Robot Gladiators)

When Thorne and Gryffen travelled to the site of the crashed Korven ship to find the temporal stabiliser, they were accompanied by two CCPCs. Gryffen lost the stabiliser when the CCPCs took Gryffen away from the pods and demanded to know what was in them. Gryffen found the stabiliser when K9 distracted the CCPCs by making animal noises but was chased by them. When he escaped from an attacking Korven, the CCPCs ran into it. The Korven fired at them and they fled. A CCPC later reported to Thorne that Gryffen was gone and Starkey had the stabiliser. (TV: Angel of the North)

The Last Precinct, a vigilante group of former police officers who had lost their jobs, used the Department's plan to upgrade CCPC officers with extraterrestrial biotechnology against them. The ringleader, Darius' estranged father, Sgt. Harry Pike, with his second-in-command, an ex-forensic scientist, kidnapped the CCPCs and experimented on them. They barged into Gryffen Manor, formerly a police station where Pike had been based and Darius had spent most of his childhood, and restrained K9, Gryffen and the youngsters. They infected the CCPC Chief, nicknamed "Green Hand" with a biological computer virus to target his organic and cybernetic components. He passed it on to his troops and they became the puppets of The Last Precinct. They made the CCPC do their bidding, proving them useless. This convinced the Department to replace them with the human police officers of the past. However the CCPCs' immune systems kicked in and they became individuals with thoughts and feelings of their own. The CCPCs' new objective to subjugate humanity once the Korven arrived was reverted prematurely. K9 used a piece of alien derived from the Space-Time Manipulator to create a vaccine and immunise the CCPC from the computer virus, returning them to normal. The Last Precinct was disbanded and the members thrown in prison. (TV: The Last Precinct)

The CCPC later helped Thorne's plot to destroy both K9 and Jixey the Jixen so Jixey wouldn't reveal the truth. (TV: Hound of the Korven)

The CCPCs patrolled the Department's base in the Millenium Dome, shortly before the vanguard of the Korven invasion led by Lomax arrived. Thorne reprogrammed the CCPCs to subjugate humanity. (TV: The Eclipse of the Korven)

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