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5.
Imitation police officer, such as a mall security guard. Derogatory term derived from the common slang for police officer "po-po".
Jane and Sarah ventured to the food court to meet up with John and Steve. Upon arrival, John bent down to give Sarah a kiss when Steve whispered "Look out, here comes the faux-po. Better cut it out before he comes over with his flashlight and night stick!"
by Jennifer P. June 19, 2007
 
1.
1. A parked police vechicle used to slow traffic, but no actual officer is in or around it.

2. A security gaurd, rent-a-cop, public safety, etc...
I got a ticket from the Faux Po just because i parked over three handicapped spots.
by PeteRepeat May 17, 2006
 
2.
A person driving a late model unmarked police car (obtained at sheriff's sale) but is not an officer. Usually a frustrated person who has tried to make the force and failed.
Dave: Dude, watch out for the po-po in the fast lane

Jim: That's some lame ass faux po hogging the fast lane.
by JimmyV January 22, 2009
 
3.
Variation on po-po or police. A car that is similar to an unmarked poilce car yet is owned by a regular joe that wants to be a policeman or just wants to confuse others. Highly annoying when situated in the fast lane holding up traffic.
Susan: Hey! Slow down. There's a police officer up here.

Jim: No way, that's just faux-po.
by JimmyV May 18, 2007
 
4.
Portmanteau of faux and popo. Used for security guards, university cops or any other position delegated law-enforcing duties deemed unworthy of respect by the speaker.
"Oh no, I see sirens."
"Is it a popo or a fauxpo?"
"It's a... fauxpo."
"Keep speeding then!"
by DrewJ January 15, 2006
 
6.
Variation of 'Faux Pa', meaning to offend another person's academic post-modern, or po-mo sensibilities.
When Charles said that he thought that the 'historical record' would reveal the truth, he had committed a Faux Po, and instantly became the class pariah.
by Sybil Vane July 27, 2009
 
7.
Those white cars out there that look exactly like the vehicles policemen drive, except they are usually driven by little old ladies. Can often become a parade maker even on the highway.
"Hey Jim slow down there's a cop behind us!"
"Alright I'm goin the speed limit now"
(as old lady whizzes by in white car)
"Are you kidding! It's just the FauxPo!!"
by DowntownDBrizz July 30, 2009