Police Force definition

Police Force means the Mauritius Police Force and includes any other police force established in accordance with such provision as may be prescribed by Parliament;
Police Force means any of the following—
Police Force means the Sussex/Surrey Police Force as appropriate “PCC” Means the Sussex/Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner “Chief Constable” means the Chief Constable of Sussex/Surrey “CSO” means these Contract Standing Orders

Examples of Police Force in a sentence

  • The Board further agrees that it will cause administration of the Windsor Police Force to consult with the Windsor Police Association prior to any change with respect to such matter from and after the said date.

  • All police officers who retire after July 30, 1990, shall participate in the Optional Retirement for Members of Police Force and Fire Fighters for municipal police employees with a service retirement as defined thereunder (R.I.G.L. 45-21-2.1 et seq.) and Plan C COLA.

More Definitions of Police Force

Police Force means the police force for a police area listed in Schedule 1 to the Police Act 1996 (police areas outside London);
Police Force means the Australian Federal Police;
Police Force means Police Force of the Territory;
Police Force means a municipal police force, the Ontario Provincial Police or the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 2006, c. 32, Sched. B, s. 79.
Police Force means the officers and policemen of the police department, other than the chief of police;
Police Force means and includes all officers and policemen in the police department;
Police Force means a police force within the meaning of the Police Act 1996 (as amended), the Isle of Man Police Act 1993, the Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012, or the Police Service (Northern Ireland) Act 2000. (6.2.)