Constable John

Con·sta·ble

 (kŭn′stə-bəl, kŏn′-), John 1776-1837.
British landscape painter whose use of broken color influenced later French painters. The Hay Wain (1821) is his best-known work.
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Assistant Chief Constable John Hawkins, from Police Scotland, said in a statement: "Following an incident on Monday within a police vehicle in Perth, a 45-year-old man and 17-yearold woman have been arrested.
Described as a "Maesteg boy through and through" Detective Constable John Cherry is remembered for more than 30 years of service to South Wales Police before his death at the age of 58.
Detective Constable John Tweedle at Cathcart CID said: "We would like to speak to anyone who may have seen the culprits hanging around the park.
Detective Constable John Head described the crime as "appalling" and urged people to make sure they checked the identity of all strangers who knock on their doors.
West YorKshire Police Assistant Chief Constable John Robins said: "Anti social behaviour can blight a local community and we are doing all we can to stamp it out.
OFFICERS of the North Yorkshire Police who completed 22 years of service received long service and good conduct medals from Chief Constable John Woodcock.
DURHAM Police chief constable John Stoddart ended his own career by starting what he hopes will be a bright future for the force.
West Yorkshire Assistant Chief Constable John Parkinson said officers did not fully understand the camp's purpose.
Abdulaziz bin Saqr Al-Ghamdi received here today Assistant Chief Constable John Wright and the accompanying delegation.
Detective Constable John Richmond, 53, was investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) after a complaint from the woman.
Constable John Crawford of Dumbarton Road Policing Department would like to speak to any witnesses.
Tayside Chief Constable John Vine had the work done to his house before the G8 summit as a security measure.