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patrol

verb attend, be on the alert, be on the lookout, be on the watch, circumire, cover, cover a beat, go the rounds, guard, inspect, keep an eye on, keep guard, keep in view, keep vigil, keep watch, look out, march, monitor, overlook, pace, perform sentry duty, police, protect, reconnoiter, safeguard, scan, scout, stand guard, stand senninel, superintend, sweep through, traverse, walk, walk a beat, watch
See also: perambulate, police, protect, traverse
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Mrs Lucas said a temporary solution of switching a school crossing patrol officer from near Emerson Avenue to St Mary's Walk was simply moving the problem because the Emerson Avenue crossing was also needed.
Three officers are scheduled to retire June 30, which will drop the number of patrol officers to 320.
He was seen by two litter patrol officers in November ripping up what looked like a letter which he then threw into the bushes by the subway in Dewsbury.
A 31-year-old patrol officer with the Indianapolis Police Department, who had nearly 4 1/2 years of law enforcement experience, was fatally shot at 2 a.
I SHOULD like to comment about the Conservative Vale Council's decision to terminate the contracts of the school crossing patrol officers in Cadoxton, Dinas Powys and Penarth.
A 31-year-old patrol officer with the Beech Grove Police Department was shot and killed on September 29 at 9:30 p.
The council's message to all road-users is very clear; when a school crossing patrol officer steps into the road, displaying the stop sign, drivers must stop to allow people to cross the road.
Patrol Officer Problem Solving and Solutions constitutes a much-needed and timely book devoted to a subject that has grown in importance, popularity, and application in American policing.
Motorway Police said that the NH&MP senior patrol officer sustained severe injuries when a car-lifter hit him during operation against car lifters.
And Monday, he will trade his suit and tie for a badge and gun when he reports for duty as a patrol officer in the Harbor Division.
Agencies need to decide for themselves if the benefits of sending a patrol officer to investigate a property crime outweigh the costs.
Ian Coggon, 55, of Linthorpe, has been a school crossing patrol officer for three years after working as a lecturer for 20 years.