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  • abbreviation Plural form of WPC.


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  • On Remembrance Sunday 1994 (I think) I was in Kensington outide the church – some PCs + WPCs on duty at the trafiic lights.

    Sunday Post, Ruralshire, England. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • We had a half dozen WPCs trained to what is now level 2 and bloody good they were too.

    “We Run ‘Tings, Tings Don’t Run We” « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Needless to say only the “Gorillas” on the shift could actually drive them and the WPCs had no chance!!!

    Chocolate Fireguards (Cars and Email) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • I know that the appearance of Shirley Novello will look different when I've gone through books and books of the women police officers being referred to as WPCs and treated like jumped-up chaperones, useful mostly for patting down and calming down women suspects than it did the first time, when I had "Ivor" for one of the characters right away.

    mrissa: Spoilers!

  • I presume motorbikes are single crewed by WPCs, so why not cars?


  • … If WPCs are placed in the same danger by single-crewing as male officers then that unfortunately removes one line of argument to achieve safe crewing levels.


  • Decentralization is a national policy and thus responsibility for rural water supply is being transferred to the regional level through the establishment of Water Point Committees (WPCs) in the communal areas of Namibia.

    Water profile of Namibia

  • They walked together to the caravan where, even this early, the WPCs were brewing up.

    A Place of Execution

  • He got one of the WPCs to phone all the firms Finch did accounts for, in the hope he was with one of them.

    Hard Frost

  • One or two of the women posed, trying a lopsided glamour learned from page three, before being persuaded by WPCs that this was neither the time nor the place.

    Strip Jack


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