EXCOP

AcronymDefinition
EXCOPExciter Control Panel (US Navy turbine generator)
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This week in your favourite magazine, former EastEnders star Tamzin Outhwaite talks about her role as an excop in the new series of ITV's The Fixer.
But as soon as the thief ran from the hotel the excop alerted colleagues who caught up with Blanchett as he waited to catch a taxi.
"I was eventually put in touch with Tom Watkins from Animal Search UK and now we're working together." We previously revealed how excop Tom had also quit West Midlands Police after he became fedup with the justice system.
He has also taken on a top excop as a pounds 150,000-a-year adviser.
There's the paranoid and over-protective father, the Lolitaesque tease of an elder daughter, the corrupt and violent excop, the gynaecologist who's really a scary stalker, the odd-job man who has tortured and mutilated a woman, the loner who appears to remind the family trying to make a fresh start of their past - and yes, the brash, loud Scouser.
Jitae Yu plays Yeong-Min, an alcoholic excop relegated to becoming a department store security guard after a hostage rescue went belly-up.
David Mack, another excop and a member of a Bloods street gang who owned a car identical to the one carrying Smalls' killer, was apparently present at a meeting with Knight when a hit was allegedly taken out on Smalls.
"Boys" also features residents of the series' Sunnyvale Trailer Park, notably its villainous drunken excop manager (John Dunsworth) and his younger, dimmer significant other (Patrick Roach) whose huge, bare pot belly constantly rounds out corners of the frame.
They heard Paul was an excop who threatened to send "some police friends to visit" Jonah if he contacted the office after they sacked him for being "psychologically unbalanced".
Now she believes the case against the men she has fingered as his killers, who she claims includes at least one excop, could have been deliberately sabotaged.
He is going out with an excop, so it's not really wise to carry a gun around with a view to blasting somebody who lives in your Square.
Pit" (about the NYPD's toughest precinct); "Life," Rand Ravich's tale of a wrongly imprisoned excop; and the David Shore/Peter Blake drama starring Famke Janssen as an officer.