SOTP

(redirected from Sound Of the Police)
AcronymDefinition
SOTPSick of This Place
SOTPStudios on the Park (Paso Robles, CA)
SOTPStatement of Teaching Philosophy
SOTPSum of the Parts
SOTPShepherd of the Prairie (various locations)
SOTPSeat of the Pants
SOTPSex Offender Treatment Programme
SOTPScience of the Positive
SOTPShadows of the Past (California history reenactment group)
SOTPSins of the Past (finance)
SOTPSociété des Officinaux Sous-Traitants en Préparations
SOTPSounds Of The Past (vintage motorcycle racing series)
SOTPSpeed of Thought Players (Providence, Rhode Island improv comedy group)
SOTPSex Offenders Treatment Program
SOTPSaturn Orbiter/Titan Probe (now known as Cassini-Huygens)
SOTPState of the Planet (Science Magazine series)
SOTPSheraton on the Park (hotel in Sydney, Australia)
SOTPSong of the Paddle (canoeing website; book)
SOTPStones Of The Past
SOTPSong of the Paddle (web forum)
SOTPSound Of the Police (song)
SOTPSplit Option Training Platoon
SOTPStepping Off the Path
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And after a number of races took place, the sound of the police was really heard as officers came on the scene to disrupt the gathering after complaints by local residents.
On Sunday, the sound of the police helicopter brought many residents in the area out of their homes.
"What woke me was the sound of the police. There was everything outside my front door apart from a helicopter.
One man, who lives nearby, said: "I didn't hear any shots but I was kept awake by the sound of the police helicopter flying over our road.
Other neighbours described hearing the sound of the police helicopter circling around 3.45am on Sunday.
A woman in her sixties who was out walking her terrier said she had been woken at 7am by the sound of the police helicopter.
"I was woken at about 1.40am by the sound of the police helicopter.
When the reggae sound of The Police failed to impress the punk fans of the 70s, the band sailed over to the US in a bid to make a name for themselves.
But the first many people knew of the tragedy was the sound of the police helicopter.
He said: "When you're in a public park in the Bronx and the sound of the police sirens is everywhere that's what's called toughing it out.
A 55-year-old woman, who was walking her dog close to the scene, said: "Somebody said there had been a serious assault and somebody had been shot in the legs." Other neighbours described hearing the sound of the police helicopter circling around the time of the shootings, at 3.43am on Sunday.
" Most families were asleep when the attack took place, but were woken shortly afterwards to the sound of the police helicopter flying overhead - the first time it's been called into action since its high-profile launch on Thursday.