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Synonyms for frisk

Synonyms for frisk

to leap and skip about playfully

to examine the person or personal effects of in order to find something lost or concealed

a thorough search of a place or persons

Synonyms for frisk

the act of searching someone for concealed weapons or illegal drugs

search as for concealed weapons by running the hands rapidly over the clothing and through the pockets

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Daniel O'Riordan, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Paradigm Tactical Products, said, "We have received positive customer growth in the law enforcement and government sectors since the Frisker Pro's introduction in 2002.
The Frisker Pro is worn like a glove and improves upon the police pat-down search technique, by eliminating direct contact with the suspect.
The FRISKER PRO(R) is a small, covert and extremely effective searching enhancement and officer safety/survival tool which is quickly setting a new and much higher standard in officer safety and survival.
Marr, a retired law enforcement officer, states that the FRISKER PRO(R) is very simple to use and operate, and has had a tremendous impact for the agencies, both domestic and international, which are deploying them in their crime fighting measures as well as in their homeland security and anti- terrorism efforts.
The FRISKER PRO(R) is a unique device that is capable of detecting a single staple or a handcuff key inside a mouth against the cheek wall among other incredible detections.
This would be impossible with any of the other hand held detectors, and because the FRISKER PRO(R) is hand worn, the two types of technologies cannot be fairly compared other then to say they both detect metal.
Guthrie proclaimed, "You Land Shirks, and other Friskers, listen to me, the hungrier you make us, the wiser we get .
As we have indicated, once friskers are placed in the changerooms and become readily available, workers are very likely to learn that they have frequently been leaving the plant contaminated.
There are thousands of Friskers in use right now in the field.