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to maintain or keep in order with or as if with police

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to make or keep (an area) clean and orderly

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Major organization : NEW YORK CITY POLICE PENSION FUND
On the complaint of Mohammad Zaman, City police station, registered a case against unknown thieves and started investigations.
00 pm Friday, leading to frantic attempts by the members to contact the city police.
A team of CBI officials led by DIG Ashok Tiwari, from New Delhi, met the Hyderabad City Police Commissioner A.
I couldn't resist it, and wrote to the paper to point out that in the D Division of Cardiff City Police all superintendents, inspectors and the majority of sergeants and constables could speak quite freely in Cantonese.
But the former city police chief came under fire after violent attacks on professional education institutes by the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) workers during the past four days.
In Ann Arbor, University of Michigan and city police collaborate for area protection as part of a mutual aid agreement.
These include, most notably, a comparison of the size of the New York City Police Department with the number of Border Patrol agents available at the Mexican border.
A federal appeals court has barred New York City police from removing homeless people who sleep on the steps of a church.
Policing Within the Law: A Case Study of the New York City Police Department, John Eterno, Praeger, Westport, Connecticut, 2003.
First, in the mid-1990s, former New York City police commissioner William Bratton implemented a "fixing broken windows" approach--enforcing nuisance laws, cleaning up graffiti, and so on.
Investigations of complaints regarding police families made to the Manchester and Liverpool City Police provide insights into working-class neighborhoods not available in standard sources.
February 4, 1999: West African immigrant Amadou Diallo is felled by a shower of 41 bullets fired by four New York City police officers.
The city police department in Fond du Lac, WI recently announced its officers have begun operating two of Segway, LLC's two-wheeled, battery-powered Human Transporters (HTs) during patrols.
An arrestee who was, according to the court, "the unfortunate victim of mistaken identity" was arrested by city police officers who believed he was the same person named in a federal arrest warrant.