property room

property room

A storage room for any object used on a stage except costumes, lights, and scenery.
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Tenders are invited for providing metal racks for record room and property room and painting work of judicial first class magistrate court i at civil station, palakkad.
We take unclaimed rusty old "found property" bikes from the HQ Property Room and have the garage crew repair 'em and rig 'em for silent running.
Claire Horvath, lost property manager at National Express, said: "It's absolutely unbelievable the things people leave on the coaches and on more than one occasion I've been left rubbing my eyes in the lost property room.
There's no property room in the world that's going to turn into a hydroponic growing operation,'' Jackson said.
The document, penned by Private Gordon Heaton, was uncovered during renovation of the lost property room at National Express' Acocks Green garage, last year.
To prevent these errors, law enforcement leaders must maintain a well-equipped property room for their agencies.
As a police officer and property room manager at a small Michigan police department, I can heartily agree with Radley Balko's excellent essay on the forfeiture issue ("The Forfeiture Racket," February).
When Louisiana state auditors discovered over $200,000 in cash was missing from the New Orleans Police Department's evidence and property room, they gently brought it up to PD officials--who said something like, "Sure
If the owner of the item sees their property for sale on the website, they may claim it from Property Room and they will be returned with the items provided they show proof of ownership.
A secure property room, tamper-proof containers for storage and inventory receipts signed by the inmate are important tools.
In the Thousand Oaks Police Department property room lies loot taken in burglaries in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
7% over the previous year, and lower-end property room rates were up 14.
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