Special Rescue Police Winspector

Tagline : Special Rescue Police Winspector: with a love of peace and faith in friendship, they face down crime to protect the lives of innocent people, this is the "Metropolitan Police Special Emergency Unit"!

Runtime : 24 mins

Genre : Action & Adventure

Vote Rating : 8.5/10

Last Episode To Air: 17 June 2017

Network : tv asahi

Plot : Special Rescue Police Winspector is a "Special Rescue Police Winner" who loves peace, believes in friendship, and confronts crimes to save lives! (From the opening narration) In 1999, advanced science and technology enriched people's lives, but the damage caused when they were misused for crimes or went out of control and went out of control was also great. The Special Rescue Police Winspector (abbreviated as WSP ) was established to deal with such a situation . Their purpose is not only to investigate crimes and arrest suspects, but also to save the lives of those involved in crimes and disasters.

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