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police

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on patrol

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

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a detachment used for security or reconnaissance

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the activity of going around or through an area at regular intervals for security purposes

a group that goes through a region at regular intervals for the purpose of security

maintain the security of by carrying out a patrol

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Numerous Patrol alumni chose a career path in government, law enforcement or community service - crediting the influence of their Patroller experience.
The investment of time, training and certification to become a ski patroller is much greater,'' he said.
I've worked as a ski teacher, a ski patroller and now on pisting machines.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Railways Minister Khwaja Saad Rafique has announced prize of Rs 100,000 for each patroller who detected planted-bomb at railway track between Rajanpur and Mithan Kot and saved several precious lives of passengers on Friday.
Prior to 'lollipops' being introduced, patrollers carried signs with red and black rectangles with the words Stop, Children Crossing printed on them.
The awards aim to recognise the hard work and vital role of school crossing patrollers and crown one special person.
Warburton sales manager Tom Sugden said: "We have met many lovely school crossing patrollers.
Ski patrollers are employed or volunteer at winter resorts throughout the Nation.
And though the DWP revived the team of water patrollers Tuesday, they are anything but the water police of old.
Meanwhile, the new parking surveillance system introduced in June that uses private-sector patrollers seemed to have had a considerable effect.
Near such areas, ski patrollers dig pits and look for signs that the layers of snow might be unstable.
Barriers such as walls and fences, and technology that alerts border patrollers to the presence of illegals, can radically reduce the need for manpower.
The metaphor of slave patrollers and white prison guards that Martinot uses to analyze the historical social control function of the white population is somewhat useful--until his declarations that "the white working class" should be "decriminalizing" and "deproletarianizing .
It's the ice which tips the River Patrollers over the edge and into a plan for revenge in this engaging story of piracy on the ice.