court security officer

court security officer

a person appointed to provide security in the courts. They must be designated by the Lord Chancellor and undergo training. They have specified powers of search and seizure.
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The sheriff is anticipating that a dozen of the sworn deputy positions will be converted to lower-paid court security officer positions to help protect the courthouse.
A police officer and a court security officer were also in court for the short hearing at Manchester magistrates court.
A court security officer suffered suspected broken ribs and bruising after an altercation with Tout in the street.
The officer later took a statement from a court security officer and concluded: "I did not believe that the male that came to court was indeed our injured party and that someone had just come in and said so."
Also in a runoff are Democrats Raul "Roy" Barrera and Eric Holguin, a court security officer who previously ran for the seat and a former congressional staffer, respectively.
Under section 54 of the Courts Act 2003 a Court Security Officer must, if they reasonably believe an article ought to be surrendered, request its surrender.
He also directed for the report to be deposited with a court security officer. Although for now, the nearly 7,000-page report is being treated as a highly classified document, Lamberth's order raises the possibility of it being eventually released as a court record, according to (http://www.politico.com/blogs/under-the-radar/2016/12/senate-torture-report-cia-detainees-233015) Politico . 
He had to be helped out of the dock by a court security officer and assisted to use a waking aid.
"If an item is illegal, the court security officer will confiscate it and call the police who will decide whether to arrest the court user.
After a very long day in December 2000, then Florida Supreme Court Justice Major Harding nonchalantly remarked to a court security officer that he was going home to pick up his wife, Jane, to take her to dinner.
Dowgiewicz, who is a federal court security officer and retired Connecticut state trooper, said his work for economic development as a selectman for the last 13 years has laid solid groundwork for fighting for more local aid.
AKAL Security, Inc." In this case, a court security officer employed by a private contractor providing court security for the U.S.