POLICE


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AcronymDefinition
POLICEPolite Obedient Loyal Intelligent Courageous Efficient
POLICEProtection of Life in Civil Establishment
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He accordingly decided, in Isabel's interests, on confiding to his friend the nature of his errand to the police.
and seizing the merchant in a firm grasp he took him to the inspector of police, who threw him into prison till the judge should be out of bed and ready to attend to his case.
The minister of police, giving way to an impulse of despair, was about to throw himself at the feet of Louis XVIII.
Nevertheless," persisted the Chief of Police, "it was a liberty that must have been very disagreeable, though it may not have hurt.
The superintendent of police, who had that morning by Count Rostopchin's orders to burn the barges and had in connection with that matter acquired a large sum of money which was at that moment in his pocket, on seeing a crowd bearing down upon him told his coachman to stop.
To him the police were always actuated by malignant impulses and the rest of the world was composed, for the most part, of despicable creatures who were all trying to take advantage of him and with whom, in defense, he was obliged to quarrel on all possible occasions.
The police have been unable to discover any motive for the murder.
Because she has to be found,", declared the commissary of police solemnly.
you know better than to put your enemies on their guard by employing the police in this matter too soon.
And why, I should like to know, are the police never to be wrong?
He was also anxious about the future, reflecting that the police must detain Helen and Margaret for the inquest and ferret the whole thing out.
But it must have been so--the sight of Rokoff there and the woman's later repudiation of me to the police make it impossible to place any other construction upon her acts.