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Police

Po`lice´
n.1.A judicial and executive system, for the government of a city, town, or district, for the preservation of rights, order, cleanliness, health, etc., and for the enforcement of the laws and prevention of crime; the administration of the laws and regulations of a city, incorporated town, or borough.
2.That which concerns the order of the community; the internal regulation of a state.
3.The organized body of civil officers in a city, town, or district, whose particular duties are the preservation of good order, the prevention and detection of crime, and the enforcement of the laws.
4.(Mil.) Military police, the body of soldiers detailed to preserve civil order and attend to sanitary arrangements in a camp or garrison.
5.The cleaning of a camp or garrison, or the state a camp as to cleanliness.
Police commissioner
a civil officer, usually one of a board, commissioned to regulate and control the appointment, duties, and discipline of the police.
Police constable
a policeman.
Police court
a minor court to try persons brought before it by the police.
Police inspector
an officer of police ranking next below a superintendent.
Police jury
a body of officers who collectively exercise jurisdiction in certain cases of police, as levying taxes, etc.; - so called in Louisiana.
Police justice
a judge of a police court.
- Bouvier.
Police offenses
(Law) minor offenses against the order of the community, of which a police court may have final jurisdiction.
Police station
the headquarters of the police, or of a section of them; the place where the police assemble for orders, and to which they take arrested persons.
v. t.1.To keep in order by police.
[imp. & p. p. Policed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Policing.]
2.(Mil.) To make clean; as, to police a camp.
Noun1.Policepolice - the force of policemen and officers; "the law came looking for him"
Verb1.police - maintain the security of by carrying out a control
Synonyms: patrol

POLICE. That species of superintendence by magistrates which has principally for its object the maintenance of public tranquillity among the citizens. The officers who are appointed for this purpose are also called the police.
     2. The word police has three significations, namely; 1. The first relates to the measures which are adopted to keep order, the, laws and ordinances on cleanliness, health, the markets, &c. 2. The second has for its object to procure to the authorities the means of detecting even the smallest attempts to commit crime, in order that the guilty may be arrested before their plans are carried into execution, and delivered over to the justice of the country. 3. The third comprehends the laws, ordinances and other measures which require the citizens to exercise their rights in a particular form.
     3. Police has also been divided into administrative police, which has for its object to maintain constantly public order in every part of the general administration; and into judiciary police, which is intended principally to prevent crimes by punishing the criminals. Its object is to punish crimes which the administrative police has not been able to prevent.

To see the police in your dream, indicates some failure to perform or to honour obligations and commitments. The police also symbolize structure, rules, and control. A more direct interpretation of seeing the police in your dream forewarns that you should avoid reckless behaviour. To dream that you are arrested by the police, suggests that you feel sexually or emotionally restrained because of guilt. To dream that you are a police officer, represents your own sense of morality and conscience. The dream may serve to guide you down a straight path.Cheka, FBI, Gestapo, Interpol, MP, MVD, Mounties, NKVD, OGPU, RCMP, SP, Scotland Yard, administer, arm, armor, bless, bull, champion, clean up, clear the decks, clear up, cloak, compass about, constabulary, control, cop, copper, copyright, county police, cover, cushion, defend, enforce, ensure, fence, fend, fix up, fuzz, groom, guarantee, guard, harbor, haven, heat, highway patrol, insure, keep, keep from harm, keep guard, keep vigil, keep watch, law enforcement agency, make safe, man, military police, monitor, mount guard, neaten, nestle, observe, officer, oversee, patent, patrol, peace officer, police force, police officer, police up, political police, posse, protect, provincial police, put in trim, register, regulate, ride shotgun for, riot police, safeguard, screen, secret police, secure, security force, shelter, shield, shore patrol, shroud, special police, spruce, spruce up, stand guard, stand sentinel, state police, straighten up, supervise, tactical police, the cops, the fuzz, tidy, tidy up, trig up, trim, trim up, troopers, underwrite, vigilance committee, vigilantes, watch
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