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deputy

Politics a member of the legislative assembly or of the lower chamber of the legislature in various countries, such as France
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The $5,000 cost to create and install the signs was paid by the Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs, the union representing deputies.
Funk, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Express Personnel Services International, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, renamed deputy chairman.
The deputy and a second deputy, with help from the neighbor who had followed him, fought with the man, eventually stunning him with a Taser and taking him into custody, Handley said.
color) Sheriff's Detective Mark Machanic, left, and Deputy Erich Doeking keep watch for a sniper who fired a shot at deputies after they served a search warrant Thursday at an apartment on Fifth Street East and Avenue Q-3 in Palmdale.
But when does a deputy ever get to rate their supervisor?
A jury is unlikely to find that the encounter was consensual, since the deputy was in uniform and carrying a gun,'' assistant county counsel Roger Granbo said in a report to supervisors.
Bain's crash will be investigated by the California Highway Patrol because a sheriff's deputy was involved, officials said.
The shortage of deputies has resulted in some of the highest inmate-to-deputy ratios in the nation, with one deputy to watch 50 inmates at the Castaic jail, which Bobb called a ``very disturbing figure.
2 -- color) Sheriff's Deputy Dave Jennings loads the trunk of his patrol car with donated toys.
The deputy, who was not named, was fired following the October 2004 incident at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital.
During the Santa Clarita sheriff's station's Deputy Appreciation Day, the theme was ``Randy, Never Give Up,'' a sentiment imprinted in gold letters on a 15-foot-long banner with stars and stripes, an American eagle and the badge of a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy.
Breaking years of silence, the Los Angeles deputy sheriffs union is lashing back at a special counsel's critical review of department shootings and foot pursuits, saying in a report scheduled to be released today that it is ``handcuffing law enforcement.

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