unpoliced

unpoliced

(ˌʌnpəˈliːst)
adj
without police control; unregulated
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What's more, amid revelations of massive irregularities in the import and export of several commodities - among them timber, sand, citric acid and, most recently, Wagyu beef - the sluggish reporting does little to quell concerns that much of Cambodia's cross-border trade goes unpoliced and underreported.
This Convention will change the work and living conditions for thousands of fishers, working in one of the most dangerous and often unpoliced professions in the world, said Johnny Hansen, chair of the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) Fisheries section.
It is clearly a place where the extreme and heterodox can find one another, where reaction and radicalism can flourish unpoliced.
Conservative David Jones said: "The plain fact is that the Internet is largely unregulated and unpoliced.
Watchdogs have claimed commercial operators in the fuel supply chain continue to go unpoliced on what they charge at the pump.
Lucy Moreton, general secretary of the Immigration Services Union, said large stretches of Britain's coastline is being left unpoliced and officials simply do not know how many people have sneaked into the country undetected.
Lucy Moreton, general secretary of the Immigration Services Union, said large stretches of Britain's coastline were being left unpoliced and officials simply did not know how many people had sneaked into the country undetected.
They now live in a hedonistic and ramshackle town, unpoliced and filled with gangs who make a living smuggling alien hair to be smoked as a drug by humans.
The unpoliced town is filled with gangs who smuggle out alien hair to be smoked as a drug by humans.
Attorneys determining eligibility for Social Security benefits unguided by standards and unpoliced by either publicity or legal review.
Unaccompanied children living in unsafe, unhygienic and unpoliced conditions are a safeguarding matter and we should respond quickly and assist the French to resolve the crisis.
The highly visible Integrated Centers for Public Education fell short of their ambitious goals, and police personnel ordered to desist from violent tactics refused to embrace community policing, which left favelas unpoliced.