Both Sides of the Law (1953)
Desk Sgt. Bates: You're not obliged to say anything unless you wish to do so but whatever you say will be taken down in writing and may be given in evidence. Do you wish to say anything?
Prostitute at Police Station: Do I wish to say anything - I certainly do. You know me don't you? You seen me down here plenty of times before, 'aven't you?
Desk Sgt. Bates: Yes, plenty.
Prostitute at Police Station: I've never made any trouble before, 'ave I?
Desk Sgt. Bates: No, I don't think you 'ave.
Prostitute at Police Station: Alright then. Well next time you wanna pinch me, you send one of the boys along, see? I don't mind being knocked off occasionally - that's your job and you've got to do it, but I'm sick and tired of being knocked off by coppers in skirts. It's bad for business! If I'm going to be pinched, I wanna be pinched by a man, understand?
WDC Joyce: And I want you to promise me one thing.
Bridget Foster: What's that?
WDC Joyce: That when all this is over and done with, you will go back to your husband, if he'll have you.
Bridget Foster: I know he wouldn't have me.
WDC Joyce: You don't know anything of the sort. From what I've seen of him he is a very decent fellow. If he'll have you back, you should thank God for him and settle down like a good wife and look after him and the family.
Edna Hurran: Coppers in skirts! Pity they haven't got something better to do!