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    Apprendre l'anglais > Cours & exercices d'anglais > Exercices d'anglais > test d'anglais n°98837 : Police et Vocabulaire

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    Police et Vocabulaire


    Mounted Police

    - police who patrol on horseback


    Police Custody

    - the local office of the police

    - under police control


    Police Station

    - the office where the police work


    Plain - Clothes, Plainclothes

    - police officers who wear ordinary clothes to work without being recognized


    Interpol ( International Police Organization )

    - a police organization that helps the police in different countries, and is devoted chiefly to fighting international crime


    Arrest ( verb )

    - to capture someone by legal authority or warrant and take them into custody


    Policeman ( plural Policemen )

    - a male police officer


    Policewoman ( plural Policewomen )

    - a female member of a police force


    Chief Constable (  in Britain, usually singular )

    - it is the rank used by the chief police officer in the United Kingdom ( not for the city of London Police and Metropolitan Police )


    ( AmE ) All Points Bulletin

    - a bulletin broadcast to all officers

    - it often contains information about wanted criminals and wanted suspects

    - APB ( abbreviation )


    ( BrE ) Police College, ( AmE ) Police Academy

    - an academy that trains police officers


    Flack Jacket ( also flak vest )

    - a protective vest for protection against gunfire etc.

    - a bulletproof jacket


    Search Warrant

    - a document giving legal authorization for a search

    - police have the right to search for buildings or people when they have a search warrant


    Investigate ( verb )

    - to observe, to examine systematically in order to find the facts about a crime


    Investigation ( noun )

    - the investigation of criminal activities


    Crime Scene ( also the scene of the crime )

    - it is a location where a crime took place


    Traffic Police, ( AmE ) Highway Patrol

    - a unit of police force for regulating and patrolling traffic


    Squad Car, Patrol Car

    - a car in which policemen patrol streets and motorways

    - the car is connected by radio with headquarters


    Handcuffs

    - a pair of metal rings

    - a police officer puts them around a person's wrists


    Police Dog

    - a dog used by police to find hidden drugs or catch criminals

     





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    1. Police officers carefully observed and secured the .

    2. Unfortunately, the police were unable to gather enough evidence during their .

    3. The police sent out an to notify the police force of the details of the crime and criminal. At last, the criminal was arrested on San Miguel Street in Torremolinos.

    4. Hugo attended the in this city then he joined the police force.

    5. protect the safety of motorists and pedestrians.They can arrest you for drunk driving.

    6. The criminal resisted being taken into the .

    7. A police officer grabbed a criminal and put on him.

    8. This is trained in searching buildings, baggage and vehicles.

    9. The Royal Canadian has twenty horses in its possession.

    10. Three football hooligans were remanded in yesterday evening.

    11. policemen wear civilian clothes when on duty.

    12. A dangerous criminal wanted by managed to escape from the city.

    13. On Friday night, a young man was on charges of possession of cocaine.

    14. He was taken to the for questioning because he was suspected of committing a crime.

    15. Christoph was surprised when he was suddenly stopped and arrested by two in Spain.

    16. A is the head of the police force in a county.

    17. This officer was shot during a mission. Fortunately, a saved his life.

    18. With a , police officers may search a flat without its owner's consent.

    19. Ally is a . She currently works in the Crime Prevention Unit.

    20. Police a double murder in the village ten years ago.









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