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John. 1776--1837, English landscape painter, noted particularly for his skill in rendering atmospheric effects of changing light
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For their security, the CTD report revealed that the district police have provided 797 police constables, 1,572 personnel of Special Security Unit (SPU), 889 Army soldiers and 820 Rangers personnel.
22( ANI ): 150 police constables, who have been absent from the Patna Police Line without any permission from the department, were sent notices on Thursday.
Police constable Naseer Ahmad, son of Inayat Ullah, was headed to work from his house at Kirani Road when unidentified assailants on a motorcycle opened fire, killing him on the spot.
The 'digital dogs' with their full-time handlers whom they live with: Tweed with Police Constable Martin King and Rob with Police Constable Jill Curnow.
Two police constables Junaid Hafeez and Asad were going home after duty hours at Sihala Police College when their motorcycle was hit by private Gas company crane besides Rawat area GT Road, leaving a person dead, while another injured.
According to SHO Police Station Korangi SIO Abdul Wasai Jokhio informed that he with police Constables PC.
The officer is the current chairperson of West Midlands Police Federation's Constable Branch, representing the force's 4,000 police constables.
We re-started our recruitment campaign in May 2014 following a five-year freeze and since then we have recruited 47 police constables and 17 special constables as well as 16 transferees from other forces.
A statement from Gwent Police said: "Following a professional standards hearing presided over by two senior police officers and an independent member three police constables were dismissed without notice for gross misconduct.
She said: "PCSOs are not a replacement for police constables.
TEN North Wales police constables were taken off the beat to deal with calls at a new control room.
Co-author Chris Woodhead, an ex-chief inspector of schools, said: 'I was quite shocked at the entrance tests police constables have to do.

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