They are primarily an undercover team of detectives, out there on the streets, looking for the people, or 'perps
' - short for perpetratorsas they call them.
The aim of this study was to investigate the role of PERP
in disease activity and progression of human and to explore the possibility of PERP
p as a target for the treatment of RA.
reports that CTE programs in prison lowers recidivism rates, lower parole revocation rates, better post release employment patterns, and better institutional disciplinary records for participants compared to nonparticipants (CJC, 1994).
Between you and the 100-yard line were three groups of three perps
hidden behind barricades so you had to rapidly unload the slugs, load 6 rounds of 00, and fight your way downrange.
They've seen the perp
walks, but the broader story of change isn't getting out to the general population.
On the ground, the absence of an air pollution "corpse" and "perp
" has crippled, if not eviscerated, local citizen initiatives to slash power plant pollution.
might be one of Cross's clients, Fred Minor, an ex-Navy man.
But now time has passed, the high-profile "perp
walks" have faded in our memories, and the landscape is once again obscured.
walk"--as it is popularly known--is a widespread police practice ...
EVERY WEEK ON NEARLY EVERY PRIME-TIME COP show there comes a moment during the interrogation scene when the suspect or perp
turns to our heroic police officers and utters that most unwelcome of phrases: "I want to see a lawyer."
(PAC624) RICHARD BURROWS - PERNOD RICARD (PERP
In Dirty Harry, Clint Eastwood--claiming to have lost track of the bullets left in the chamber of his Smith & Wesson revolver--levels his piece at a perp
and growls, "Being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?'"