nonpolice

nonpolice

(ˌnɒnpəˈliːs)
adj
not related to the police
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Epidemiological reports of Reichard and Jackson[9] demonstrated a higher prevalence of obesity among police officers, compared to nonpolice workers because police work is recognized as a dangerous occupation.
Here is one statistic we need to keep close tabs on: the number of killings of 'drug personalities' that the police will attribute to vigilante or nonpolice groups, which they aggregate under the label of 'deaths under investigation.
The force says around 15% of the one million calls made to them every year - or 400 a day - concern nonpolice matters which they have to redirect to the appropriate organisation.
The IPCC said a nonpolice weapon has been recovered from the scene.
32) In addition to physical evidence, there were police and nonpolice confessions.
Some use PredPol to direct nonpolice resources--drug intervention workers or even street clergy.
716, 727 (2012) (expressing concern about opening the floodgates to reliability challenges to pretrial identification procedures if the Court were to permit nonpolice orchestrated procedures to be considered under the Due Process Clause).
Police officers of all ranks, from PCs to chief inspectors and above, are earning extra income from nonpolice work.
The Marines weren't the only nonpolice team competing for the trophy at Urban Shield.
The figures show that 979 of 7,000 police officers and a further 201 civilian staff are earning extra income from nonpolice work.
However, a lot of home-defense guns are kept in safes, drawers or on nightstands, so many of your nonpolice customers won't worry about that.