Officer 1214 walking on a beat.

"Not your lucky day son no funny shit! or I'll put one in your spine"
―Officer 1214

Officer 1214 is an overweight cop in Grand Theft Auto IV. Judging by his weight and age appearance, possibly mid to late 40s, he may have been on the force since the 1990s, because the LCPD, just like the NYPD, adopted fitness standards after the September 11th terrorist attacks as evidenced by the newer and younger fit cops.


Just like all the officers in GTA IV, there are shifts starting at different hours. Heavy weighted cops go on duty as fit cops come off repeating the cycle. However all the heavy weighted cops seem to be brutal towards criminals and tend to show signs of there abuse of power and use of police brutality. This might be a reference to the 1993 NYPD corruption case known as the Mollen Commission, brought up out of concern that police in New York City were corrupted as characterized with there brutality, theft, abuse of authority, and their active police criminality. The special mayoral panel of the Mollen Commission asserted ... that "the New York City Police Department had failed at every level to uproot corruption and had instead tolerated a culture that fostered misconduct and concealed lawlessness by police officers."

This is reference to the heavy set cops who might have been entering the police force at the time.


Officer 1214 shows strong aggression and abuse of authority when apprehending, chasing a suspect and/or the player, saying comments like "Not your lucky day son no funny shit! or I'll put one in your spine". The officer also takes pride in his job stating the uniform gives him power. He is just like the other heavy weight cops and runs slower than slim cops. He does however, just like the other police officers, have a good aim to strike a player or a fleeing suspect.