|Aliases||Policeman Brown, Officer Nelson|
|Voiced by||Trey Parker and Matt Stone|
Foley is a younger cop at the Park County Police Station who has a habit of bragging about lethal force but isn't so great at detective work. He arrested Randy for drunk driving once while patrolling, but he's usually managing the jail cells instead.
- "Uh this is too big a mystery for me. I think we'd better call in the Hardly Boys." (Mystery of the Urinal Deuce)
- "What? I did shoot him in the face. Twice." (Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy)
- "No, really! I shot both of them! They weren't even doin' nothin'! " (Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy)
- "Nice..." (Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy)
- "Come on a quieter day, I'll take you on a ride-along - I'll be way more careful than I was with the last kid." (South Park: The Stick of Truth)
Officer Foley is a subordinate to other senior officers on the force, like Sgt. Yates or Officer Barbrady.
- Free Willzyx (s09e13)
- Bloody Mary (s09e14)
- Mystery of the Urinal Deuce (s10e09)
- Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy (s10e10)
South Park: The Stick of Truth
He manages the Jail Cells at the Park County Police Department here and though he cannot friend you, he does talk to the player and offers him a 'ride-along'. When the player frees a prisoner, he figures the player has the keys, so he's doing the right thing. His appearance here differs from that in the series.
- Although the name Foley's come up a few times, this is the same generic officer model used for Policeman Brown in "Toliet Paper" and for Officer Nelson in "Free Willzyx".