Noun(1) the force of policemen and officers
Verb(1) maintain the security of by carrying out a patrol
(1) transit police(2) After his arrest, he was questioned by local police and also members of Scotland Yard.(3) local people have lost faith in the police(4) Faced with rising crime and a lack of public faith in the police she has come out all guns blazing.(5) Bulgarian border police on Tuesday received a new six million euro telecommunication system made by Finnish company Nokia.(6) During the course of the protest, riot police arrested 23 strikers and mounted attacks on the picket lines.(7) Putting more police on the street with powers of arrest is the only answer.(8) I think there are enough challenges in trying to police the laws we have.(9) transport police(10) And so, there are supposed to be some more police on the streets.(11) Labour organisations suspect members of the armed forces or police are responsible for his murder.(12) The Metropolitan police raided a flat in Brixton after the US attacks, looking for his girlfriend.(13) Referees and their assistants have a very difficult job trying to police this law of the game.(14) Armed anti-terrorist police swooped on a Rochdale business to arrest a 30-year-old warehouse worker.(15) there are fewer women police than men(16) The rules are the rules at the end of the day it is ultimately down to the regulators to police that.
(1) police station :: comissaria
1. police force ::
2. guard ::
3. enforce ::
4. patrol ::
Different Formspolice, policed, polices, policing
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