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Synonyms for enforcer

one whose job it is to execute unpleasant tasks for a superior

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On Monday, MMDA said three of their 13 enforcers were suspended for 15 days (preventive suspension) pending probe of the mauling incident.
Jojo Garcia, acting general manager of the MMDA, said the number of traffic enforcers was reduced to 2,158 from 3,180.
Our women enforcers checking yellow lane violators in Edsa were the first to be trained because they are more vulnerable to abuse and harassment compared to their male counterparts,' Pialago said, adding that those deployed in other 'critical areas' like Commonwealth Avenue will be next.
Garcia said the growing number of traffic enforcers that were hurt for doing their duty is alarming.
It is true that the reliance on enforcers has declined in the post-Gretzky era, in part because of the 1992 "instigator" rule that provides for an extra two minute penalty assessed to any player who engages in fighting without clear consent from his opponent.
On Wednesday, city code enforcers in Linwu accused the watermelon farmer, Deng Zhengjia, of selling his goods without a license and fined him 100 yuan ($16), according to state media reports.
They also considered the possibility that these law enforcers, by virtue of their positions, are able to sidestep punishment when they are caught failing to cooperate.
Law enforcers arrested three militants, Sher Afzal, Kamran Naveed and Waheed, from the hideout.
The Enforcers focuses on America's war on drugs that has taken a turn for the worst as drug lords across the country unite to create stronger drug cartels that openly challenge the nation's law enforcement communities.
Last night, a West Midlands Police spokeswoman said: "The guidelines follow the release of the latest policy relating to the use of Enforcers.
IDLE smoking ban enforcers are costing up to pounds 10,000 for every warning they issue, new figures reveal.
Chicago law enforcers pioneered the use of the Bertillon criminal identification system in 1888 and finger printing in 1904.
Drivers say enforcers hover over vehicles counting down the seconds until the clock runs out.
City parking enforcers will swarm the narrow streets winding through the Hollywood Hills on the 10 to 15 days during the summer and autumn when fire danger is highest, officials said.
Schafer's picture illustrates 10 movie images that, according to the period's Hollywood Production Code, you just couldn't show unless the Code's enforcers cut you a break.