The Star City Police Department (SCPD), also known as the Star Metro Police or Star City Metro, is the police department of Star City. Before the city's name change, it was known as the Starling City Police Department (SCPD) or Starling City Metro.
- Lieutenant Dinah Drake
- Lieutenant Dave Ellet
- Jonathan Greer (SWAT unit)
- Officer Groves
- Officer Lopez
- Commissioner Brian Nudocerdo (position unknown)
- Captain Frank Pike
- Detective Rivera
- Captain Stein (position unknown)
- Detective Suarez
- Officer Stan Washington
- Officer Carrie Cutter (also a SWAT unit member)
- Detective McKenna Hall (temporarily paralyzed)
- Captain Quentin Lance (fired)
- Sergeant Liza Warner (former leader of Anti-Vigilantes task force/SWAT unit; arrested)
- Officer Daily
- Officer Evans
- Sergeant Gomez
- Detective Lucas Hilton
- Officer Jones
- Kelton (CSU technician)
- Officer McCarthy
- Unnamed police chief
- Lieutenant Conahan
- Detective Billy Malone
Before Oliver Queen returned to Starling City to take on the role of "The Hood", it was in a crime-infested state; the police were spread so thin they could barely deal with it. When Oliver began his mission as the green-hooded vigilante archer, he got the attention of the police. In season 2, now known as "The Arrow", Oliver is on the Police Department's most-wanted list. After Captain Quentin Lance disbanded the Anti-Vigilante task force, the Department become the Arrow's ally.
However, after the Arrow was framed by League of Assassins for their crimes, Quentin reinstated the Anti-Vigilante task force, becoming the Arrow's enemy again, however, thinks to the efforts of Roy Harper, took the blame of being the Arrow exonerate Oliver of the league's crimes and faked his own death, all members of the police department (excluding Quentin) believes the Arrow is dead.
During the 6 months Oliver was retired from his life as a vigilante, the Starling City Police Department was renamed to the Star City Police Department.
The rise of corruption inside of the Star City Police Department forces Mayor Queen to create an Anti-Crime Unit to deal with the corruption inside and outside of the organization.
- "Roy to the Rescue" (mentioned)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
- "Last Refuge" (2007)