crime-fighting


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crime-fighting

adj
of or relating to crime fighting
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City's Labor Day weekend crime-fighting strategy: flood the zone' again
LIVERPOOL will become a nerve centre in the battle against human trafficking, terrorism, child exploitation and cyber offences after the opening of a new crime-fighting unit.
A CRIME-FIGHTING network is to give residents a bird's eye view of the crime picture in Kirklees - with support from a few real life feathered friends!
Crime-fighting has been a part of society since the days of the cavemen.
If this is the case, then Batman would just be confined in his Batcave while he controls his new group of crime-fighting bat robots to defeat the enemies in Gotham City.
SCOTT & BAILEY (ITV, Wednesday, 9pm) THE crime-fighting duo are back for another series and top cops Rachel (Suranne Jones) and Janet (Lesley Sharp) are trying to move on from the conflict of the last series, attempting to put their careers first.
As he attended the memorial (which to this date was one of the largest police memorials every held) he made a silent vow to his four fallen friends… that he would change the world of crime-fighting and patch some of the pain points that plague both law enforcement as well as citizens across the country today in the area of pre-arrest investigations, offender accountability and alerting/notifications internally and externally.
"It is improving," Remulla said of the peace and order situation as he announced that 10 new patrol cars for the 1,900-strong police force will boost crime-fighting.
IT is not the first thing that springs to mind when it comes to crime-fighting, but police in Leicester have turned to local knitters to put fearful residents at ease.
The dancing dog who won Britain's Got Talent is to be turned into a crime-fighting action hero for a new film.
A CRIME-FIGHTING partnership in the Vale of Glamorgan has warned Christmas shoppers to be on the look-out for thieves.