police department


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Noun1.police department - the department of local government concerned with enforcing the law and preventing crimepolice department - the department of local government concerned with enforcing the law and preventing crime
department of local government, local department - a permanent department created to perform the work of a local government
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police department

n (Am) → dipartimento di polizia
References in classic literature ?
One of the first things which D'Arnot accomplished after their arrival was to arrange to visit a high official of the police department, an old friend; and to take Tarzan with him.
There was the police department, and the fire and water departments, and the whole balance of the civil list, from the meanest office boy to the head of a city department; and for the horde who could find no room in these, there was the world of vice and crime, there was license to seduce, to swindle and plunder and prey.
Davie Police Department (FL): 114 X26Ps with TASER Cam HD recorders
Other agencies in the Massachusetts area that have converted to the M&P pistol include the Brookline Police Department; West Springfield Police Department; Agawam Police Department; Swampscott Police Department; Winthrop Police Department; Sharon Police Department; Palmer Police Department and the Hampden County Sheriff's Office.
For instance, the North Port Police Department in Florida requires aspiring reserve officers to obtain certification through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.
One of the acceptable documents for the assignment was the daily crime log of a local police department, something specifically noted as available under the California Public Records Act.
Three officers with the Birmingham Police Department were shot and killed after serving an individual with a misdemeanor warrant for domestic assault at a known drug house in Ensley.
Nonetheless, throughout the 1920s and 1930s, the police department continued to assign approximately 30 cops to probation duty, where they performed many of the basic investigations that preceded court hearings.
Miami's police department has been reduced to 883 officers, which is well below its authorized strength of 1,045 officers.
Jones' death, which is still under internal investigation by the Prince George's County Police Department, sparked a minor furor at Howard University.
Whatever may have caused his death, no one was pointing the finger at harassment or homophobia within the police department.
But in early April, the Chicago Police Department announced it would begin to share 15 percent of seized-asset proceeds with the community.