Definition of Nonpolice

1. Adjective. Not of or pertaining to a police force. ¹



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Definition of Nonpolice

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonpolice

nonpoints
nonpoisoned
nonpoisoning
nonpoisonous
nonpoker
nonpolar
nonpolar amino acid
nonpolar compound
nonpolar group
nonpolar solvents
nonpolarisable
nonpolarizable
nonpolarized
nonpolarizing
nonpolemic
nonpolice (current term)
nonpoliced
nonpolicies
nonpolicy
nonpolite
nonpolitical
nonpolitically
nonpolitician
nonpoliticians
nonpoliticized
nonpollen
nonpollinated
nonpolling
nonpolluted
nonpolluter

Literary usage of Nonpolice

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1. Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics 1997: Data for by Brian A. Reaves, Andrew L. Goldberg (1999)
"... union DD nonpolice union DD 3. Enter total overtime hours worked, total overtime monetary payment, and total compensatory hours earned by FULL-TIME ..."

2. Who Needs Las Vegas?: Gambling and Its Impacts in a Southwestern Minnesota by Mikal J. Aasved, James M. Schaefer (1994)
"Also discussed is the presence of nonpolice negotiators, notably Cuban-born Catholic Bishop Agustin Roman. The important contributions made by mental health ..."

3. When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide by Shay Bilchik (1999)
"... teer search coordinator will need instruction vj| from law enforcement to 3 determine: -; ili How many nonpolice personnel '•; will be needed in ..."

4. Searching for Answers: Annual Evaluation Report on Drugs & Crime by DIANE Publishing Company (1993)
"As the Portland landlord training program demonstrates, there are nonpolice solutions to community problems. • Nuisance abatement enforcements may attack ..."

5. Police Practices and Civil Rights in New York City: A Report of the United edited by Mary Frances Berry (2000)
"The board hires an executive director, who is responsible for management of the investigative staff. That staff is composed entirely of nonpolice officers. ..."

6. Juvenile Offenders & Victims: A National Report by Howard N. Snyder (1995)
"nonpolice sources referred a relatively large proportion of disorderly conduct and simple assault cases. Youth charged with escape, contempt of court, ..."

7. Understanding Community Policing: A Framework For Action by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"The study included the use of call-prioritization codes, call-stacking procedures, both police and nonpolice delayed-response strategies, and teleservice. ..."

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