squad room


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squad room

n.
1. A room in a police station where officers assemble, as for assignment or briefing.
2. A room in a barracks in which a number of troops are lodged.

squad′ room`


n.
1. a room in a police station where police officers assemble.
2. a room in a barracks in which soldiers are lodged.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.squad room - a room in a police station where members of the force assemble for roll call and duty assignments
police headquarters, police station, station house - a station that serves as headquarters for police in a particular district; serves as a place from which policemen are dispatched and to which arrested persons are brought
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
2.squad room - a room in a barracks where soldiers are billeted
barrack - a building or group of buildings used to house military personnel
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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Kay Ivey has awarded a $24,000 grant to update the Luverne Police Departments computers used in patrol vehicles and in the squad room. The city of Luverne will use grant funds to outfit patrol vehicles with updated computers to assist officers in processing information and filing reports more quickly.
And in the first script they had me chaining myself to my desk, causing disruption in the squad room, and plunging the key to the lock of this chain down my blouse, and saying to Frank, 'You want the key, Frank, come and get it.' I refused to do it," she said.
They include difficulty moving prisoners in public spaces, witnesses and victims being interviewed in public view, minors being held in separate cells but areas shared with adults, archaic cell doors and other security issues, property and evidence being stored off-site, and outdated report writing areas that could be described as reminiscent of the old Barney Miller squad room. Police Capt.
I like my coworkers, the camaraderie in the squad room and the "wacked" sense of humor we often develop to get through our daily responsibilities.
Pride automatically blames himself for Lambert's death, but at the squad room, Assistant Attorney Karen Izzo informs him that Don's former accounting firm partner, Marc Maslow, has agreed to testify at the trial in Texas, but only if Pride picks him up himself.
Robert Nivakoff and John Cutter; THE SQUAD ROOM; Beaufort Books (Fiction: Mystery) 24.95 ISBN: 9780825307911
It is physically impossible for the SIRT to fire a live round, making it safe for practice in the squad room, the office, or any place where the sight of something resembling a drawn pistol will not alarm the general public.
In Boylston, police described the station as "a three-room flat,'' in which the booking area, photo room, squad room, detention area, evidence room, locker room and report preparation room were in the same area.
Arup was selected with Richard Meier & Partners Architects to design the 16-story-high federal courthouse that houses six district courtrooms and judicial chambers for 12 judges and magistrate judges, a 24-cell detention center with interview rooms, secure corridors and a squad room for U.S.
"Be forewarned, however, that The Drop starts out slowly, almost as if the scene is just another ho-hum morning at the squad room a few days after the end of the last case.