Translation of police force in Spanish:

police force

policía, n.


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    policía feminine
    • Ministers have said that the policy is an operational matter for police forces.
    • Other police forces have travelled to Ireland to view the system but are not taking it on because of the cost.
    • For example, consider cases involving fire services and police forces with an operational dimension to them.
    • Neither would greater investment in our secret services and police forces be money wasted.
    • All police forces would claim to use as little force as necessary.
    • The problem is that not enough is being done by police forces in the States.
    • He said the incidents of clashes between Aboriginal people and police forces are growing.
    • Detectives from police forces across the country are sharing intelligence to piece together any leads.
    • I think that it is wrong for any member to suggest that our police force is not one of the best police forces in the world.
    • It was not justified in law and was a violation of the public's trust in its police forces and is at odds with common decency.
    • The firm's identity is being kept a secret, along with two police forces who are also testing the device.
    • That is, we have trained police forces ready to respond to violations of the law or disturbances of the peace.
    • To confuse matters further, police forces operate autonomously and record crimes differently.
    • UK police forces are more used to weathering heavy criticism over race-relations issues.
    • It means that our police forces are hopelessly inept when it comes to applying detective work to modern communications.
    • In addition, they have been hurt in raids by drug barons and by the actions of some police forces.
    • We know about the problems the Australians have had with their police forces.
    • Several police forces in Britain have adopted a missing child alert system in a bid to avert tragedy.
    • The further I walked, the more senior the police forces started to look.
    • Scottish and other police forces are finding more knives largely because they have made it their job to find more knives.