Noun(1) the force of policemen and officers
(1) Members were taken exclusively from the military constabulary .(2) Three police dogs are in training with the county's constabulary to wear new lightweight head harnesses fitted with small cameras.(3) This is not the conventional constabulary , nor is the appropriate conventional, predetermined, domestic, natural-disaster team when the threat is global terrorism.(4) Second, the U.S. experience with constabulary forces in postwar Germany and Japan suggested that great caution must be exerted when designating military forces for operations other than war.(5) In any event, the task of searching the police national computer fell to Cambridgeshire constabulary .(6) U.S. troop strength was reduced from 70,000 to 34,000 and the newly formed Philippine constabulary took over many of the police duties.(7) The orchestrated escort and the accompanying police violence in clearing the picket reflected the involvement of city based police, the local constabulary having been cooperative with the workers.(8) Such a construct would not be like your father's or grandfather's constabulary once the expeditionary phase of combat operations is over - nor would this be a postmodern military.(9) In most other states the poll can be easily conducted on a single day with the help of the state police and armed constabulary , supervised by the Election Commission observers and perhaps a small contingent of Central forces.(10) But the American military still recoils from getting involved in such conflicts and derides the worth of constabulary duties and nation building.(11) If 3 qualified persons cannot be found in any constabulary , candidates may be elected from other constabularies.(12) My own views, however, cannot be solely centred around incidents which occur in the constabulary 's force area.(13) I'm a policewoman with Dumfries and Galloway constabulary , so I'm used to doing driving courses and being around cars.(14) The office of the Commissioner of Police embodies the principle of constabulary independence.(15) To them, constabulary duties are far less glamorous and honorable than the conventional wars they signed up for, and far more ambiguous.(16) We have the tradition in this country of constabulary independence.
(1) constabulary :: heddlu
1. police ::
2. police force ::
3. law ::
Different Formsconstabularies, constabulary
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