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Muckleshoot People - Police
... The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe contracts with the King County Sheriff's Office for police services ...
Police - International Forces
... with a federal system of government, there may be several police or policelike organizations, each serving different levels of government and enforcing different ... Other countries have multiple police forces, but for the most part their jurisdictions do not overlap ... Other countries where jurisdiction of multiple police agencies overlap, include Guardia Civil and the Policía Nacional in Spain, the Polizia di Stato and ...
Ang Mo Kio Police Division - Establishments
... Ang Mo Kio Police Divisional Headquarters 红茂桥警署 ஆங் மோ கியோ போலிஸ் பிரிவு தலைமையகம் Ang Mo Kio North Neighbourhood Police Centre ...
Politics Of The Solomon Islands - Military
... Islands, although the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIP) of nearly 500 includes a border protection element ... The police also have responsibility for fire service, disaster relief, and maritime surveillance ... The police force is headed by a commissioner, appointed by the Governor General and responsible to the prime minister ...
Central Police Division - Establishments
... Central Police Divisional Headquarters Bukit Merah East Neighbourhood Police Centre Kreta Ayer Neighbourhood Police Post Radin Mas Neighbourhood Police Post Tanjong ...

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