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  • nounperson who has high position in
  • nounperson in law enforcement

synonyms for officer

  • agent
  • chief
  • civil servant
  • deputy
  • director
  • executive
  • leader
  • manager
  • official
  • representative
  • President
  • appointee
  • bureaucrat
  • dignitary
  • functionary
  • head
  • magistrate
  • officeholder
  • organization administrator
  • public servant
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    According to police reports, Gillum was found vomiting in the room too inebriated to speak with officers while another man was passed out.
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    The Houston Police Officers’ Union blasted the department’s decision to fire the officers, claiming that they acted justly, The New York Times notes.
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    From Kalamazoo-based Stryker, we interviewed Katy Fink, vice president and chief human resources officer.
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    Here again is Allen Sills, the league’s chief medical officer.
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    Rhonda Morris, a Chevron vice president and chief human resources officer, recalls the story of Aetna CEO Ron Williams, who was mistaken for a chauffeur by an airport employee.
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    That bill would have allowed a state commission to decertify police officers who commit “serious misconduct.”
    MORNING REPORT: HOTEL WORKERS WANT THEIR JOBS BACKVOICE OF SAN DIEGOSEPTEMBER 8, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
    SB 731 would have created a process to decertify officers who commit major misconduct.
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    WORDS RELATED TO OFFICER

    • administrator
    • chairperson
    • director
    • head
    • leader
    • manager
    • officer
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