click to cop

anonymous asked:

So I just watched Wolf Cop on Netflix (oh my god it was so bad, so so bad please watch it oh my god ) But it got me craving more cop derek so tag update? please.

Hello Anon! Just the name “Wolf Cop” sent us into a bunch of ridiculous fangirl giggles. 

For those interested in the lists we already have: Click here for Sheriff Derek and Sheriff Stiles, Click here for undercover cops, Click here for Detective!Derek, and Click here for CSI AUs.

Lying Is The Most Fun A Guy Can Have Without Taking His Clothes Off by Swing Set in December (aka swing_set13)

(1,899 I General I Complete I Psych AU, but all you need to know is that Stiles is a fake psychic detective. Think Sherlock, but…crackier.)

Stiles is a psychic detective. Though the psychic part is totally up for interpretation.

First of all, you’re wrong Series by Red_City

(total of 5,431 I Teen I WIP)

“I am here to investigate a call we received at the station. I am not a stripper. Stop saying that or I will arrest you.”
“As appealing as a situation involving you and handcuffs sound, arresting me is not gonna go over that well, and what supposed call are you investigating? An emergency in my pants?” Stiles smirked and Derek hated him.

Every Little Thing He Does is Magic by wishingonalightningbolt

(10,443 I Explicit I Complete I Also has Magical!Stiles)

Selling his services in Los Angeles has a few upsides, Stiles supposes. He’s a pretty powerful warlock and spells and research are an easy gig, but his favorite parts of the year always mean one thing: going back to Beacon Hills. It’s a work-free, fun environment with his family and his best friend… And then Derek Hale blows into town and things start to get interesting.
It’s not uncommon for someone with supernatural abilities to have a normal job. There are only so many ways for people to abuse their powers, to start their own businesses and broadcast the things that make them special, and Stiles figures that if any type of thing would make a good Deputy, it would be a werewolf. Still, it shocks him to see one in uniform, sitting across from his father.
The Sheriff clears his throat. “Stiles, this is Derek Hale, our new Deputy.”

Unexpected by leavenoheartunbroken

(11,238 I Mature I Complete I Kid Fic with Kid!Isaac and Teacher!Stiles)

Derek Hale had time to balance taking care of his four year-old child, being one of the new deputies in Beacon Hills, watch out for his new partner, and even had time to be the alpha of his own pack without getting stressed out…but falling in love with his son’s pre-school teacher who is also the sheriff’s son? That was a problem he wasn’t expecting.

Noteworthy by DLanaDHZ

(12,312 I General I Complete I Also has Magical!Stiles)

Stiles and Derek share a desk at the station but work different shifts. Stiles is messy and Derek is very neat, which seems to work out fine… until the day the first passive aggressive sticky note is left on the desk telling Stiles to clean up. One note turns into two turns into two hundred as both officers become increasingly interested in their desk partner.

Deputy Derek Hale, Alpha by eldee

(12,654 I Explicit I Complete I Cycles/In Heat)

Deputy Derek Hale has recently become an alpha, and that changes things for him. Now that he’s back after a leave of absence, he’s hoping to get what he and Stiles had almost-started back on track. The thing is, it seems Stiles is going through some changes of his own and Derek’s not sure how he fits.

Pale Skin and Fragile Bones by lydiasbones

(13,709 I Not Rated (Angsty says: Nothing more than Teen?) I Complete I Writer!Stiles)

“I’m not going to do anything!” Lydia defended, looking far too affronted to be genuine. “It just seems that the universe has decided that the two of you will continue to run into each other at an improbable frequency for the foreseeable future. I’m banking on that.”
“You don’t bank on anything,” Stiles said grimly. “You make things happen.”
Lydia smirked. “That’s not entirely untrue.”

Or, the one in which Derek arrests one of Stiles’ friends and Stiles holds a grudge. Also, Stiles wrote Derek’s favorite book. But they don’t know that.

Ssshhh! (or the voice in my head will have to shout) by mirrorkill

(20,288 I Explicit I Complete I Warning: Dubcon Alpha/Beta/Omega, Cycles/In Heat, Telepathy)

Things in Beacon Hills are always weird, but Deputy Derek Hale is pretty damn sure he’s getting the brunt of this week’s insanity. There’s a serial killer in town getting their kicks by posing people weirdly and maybe the local coven is to blame. His mom’s setting up his sister with his new boss’s cute son. There’s some guy talking in his head. Oh, and his heat kicks in, four months too early. Also: he’s pretty sure cell phones are the worst thing on the planet.
This is Derek Hale’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week. All he wants is to enjoy his new apartment in peace. But you can’t always get what you want. And if he tries real hard, will the voice in his head help him get what he needs?

Derek Hale: Werewolf Cop Series by the_deep_magic

(total of 35,695 I Explicit I Probably Complete)

Stiles is yanked up to his feet so fast that his world spins and his shoulder aches and he’s a second from screaming police brutality! when he gets a good look at the cop’s face.
Holy shit. Stiles was just tackled to the ground by a fucking underwear model with a badge.

End of the Road and Back by UnstableIntention (aka BeneficialAddiction)

(currently 46,231 I Teen I WIP I Kid Fic with Babysitter!Stiles)

Home from college for the summer to keep an eye on his father’s health, Stiles takes a job babysitting for one of the Sheriff’s new deputies. While taking care of five-year-old werewolf triplets is a challenge in its own right, it’s their dad that really has Stiles tied up in knots. Hired specifically with the Hale family reunion in mind, he only has the summer to decide if he can survive the trip to the end of the road and back.

Enjoy Derek Hale as he was meant to be: in uniform,

Angsty ;)

Laurie Anderson, Fully Automated Nikon (Object/Objection/Objectivity), 1973. 

‘I decided to shoot pictures of men who made comments to me on the street. I had always hated this invasion of my privacy and now I had the means of my revenge. As I walked along Houston Street with my fully automated Nikon, I felt armed, ready. I passed a man who muttered “Wanna Fuck?” This was standard technique: the female passes and the males strikes at the last possible moment forcing the woman to backtrack if she should dare to object. I wheeled around, furious. “Did you say that?” He looked around surprised, then defiant. “Yeah, so what the fuck if I did?” I raised my Nikon, took aim, began to focus. His eyes darted back and forth, an undercover cop? CLICK.’

- Laurie Anderson, Artist’s statement, 1994.

Things I am Tired of Seeing on Facebook

1. Dads being praised for letting their sons wear dresses. Whoa, you’re not imposing gender roles on your two year old. BEST DAD EVER. DAD OF THE YEAR 

2. Cops being praised for not killing people. Look at this COP give a HOMELESS (black) person a dollar. THIS IS WHAT GOOD COPS LOOK LIKE. NOT ALL COPS.