releasing officer

releasing officer

A properly designated individual who may authorize the sending of a message for and in the name of the originator. See also originator.
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However, the private sector can help to support delivery of police services better and at lower cost, for example, improving technology used by officers and providing staff for control rooms and custody centres, releasing officers for frontline duties.
Mr Mosley should be aware that it is not the police operating these cameras but a separate organisation responsible to the police therefore releasing officers to go about their duties of proper policing.
The theory behind the memo in question provides an innovative approach to releasing officers from other duties on a temporary basis to assist with frontline policing.
DURHAM County could save money and put more officers on the streets by buying President Blair's house at Trimdon and selling it on to a private buyer, thus releasing officers currently guarding the property.
These provide a potent deterrent to would- be offenders, releasing officers more quickly to frontline duties and reducing delays in the courts.
It will provide a potent deterrent to would-be offenders, releasing officers more quickly to frontline duties and reducing delays in the courts.
For example, as well as releasing officers back to front-line duties, it would improve the handling of calls from the public, enabling us to introduce arrangements for timed home visits from officers as well as 'call back' systems to check whether people were happy with the service they had received.
We are confident this will provide an effective way of dealing with the type of behaviour that blights the lives of communities throughout the West Midlands, providing a potent deterrent to would-be offenders, releasing officers more quickly to frontline duties and reducing delays in the courts.
Measures including cutting bureaucracy and releasing officers to spend more time on frontline policing have been welcomed by the chairman of Cleveland Police Authority as "generally a move in the right direction".
Chief Insp James Andronov said: "We are confident this will provide an effective way of dealing with the type of behaviour that blights the lives of communities throughout the West Midlands, providing a potent deterrent to would-be offenders, releasing officers more quickly to frontline duties and reducing delays in the courts.