Recent Examples of policewoman from the Web
Boko Haram has also abducted high profile targets, kidnapping policewomen in what officials see as a fundraising race by two leaders on different ends of a generational and tactical divide.
One day in December 2010, a policewoman in a small and rather humdrum town in Tunisia slapped the face of Mohamed Bouazizi.
These policewomen trained in both armed and unarmed combat in preparation for their law enforcement duties.
Malakoff has a history of jihadi ties, dating to January 2015 when an IS extremist shot a policewoman to death there before attacking a kosher supermarket later the same week.
The show, which premieres in winter, stars Angela Bassett and Peter Krause as a policewoman and a first responder respectively.
The story spilled out in the cage at the Criminal Courthouse on Centre Street where the girl confided it to a policewoman.
Among the three men police said were being sought, two might have been killed in an explosion in the town of Alcanar, a Catalan regional policewoman said.
The money is then pooled and is meant to help send ten policewomen abroad.
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POLICEWOMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of policewoman for English Language Learners
: a woman who is a police officer
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