Enforcement is a 2020 Danish movie directed by Frederik Louis Hviid and Anders Ølholm. The Copenhagen police face serious accusations of racism: After a brutal operation, 19-year-old Talib Ben Hassi is in a coma with serious injuries. Particularly in the high-rise housing estate Svalegården, anger against the state power is growing. That's where police officer Mike Andersen and his new partner Jens Høyer set off on their first patrol together. During an arbitrary identity check, he humiliates the teenager Amos Al-Shami on the street without Høyer intervening. When Amos attempts to escape and news of Talib's death spreads, the violence suddenly turns against the law enforcement officers. A gang begins a manhunt for the officers, who rely on the help of Amos, who knows the area, to escape.
The following weapons were used in the film Enforcement:
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
All Danish police officers including Mike Andersen (Jacob Lohmann) and Jens Høyer (Simon Sears) have Heckler & Koch USP Compact pistols. Most of them are seen holstered.
Some insurgents can be seen with unknown pistols.
Colt Canada C8 Carbine
A Danish police sniper at the beginning and Mike Andersen use Colt Canada C8 Carbines, known as the Gevær M/10 in Danish service.
Unknown Sniper Rifle
An unknown Sniper Rifle is used by a resident of an apartment.
Webley & Scott No. 2 Mk. V
One of the insurgents wields a Webley & Scott No. 2 Mk. V flare gun.
An Airsoft Glock pistol is owned by Amos Al-Shami (Tarek Zayat) which is taken by Mike Andersen.