This guy completely calls out a Russian policeman for breaking two laws—and the cop stops!
A policeman is on duty outside the embassy 24 hours a day in case he makes a break for the border.
Once there, a policeman asked Jessi's mother, Mary Shieler, where Jessi was.
As a direct result, they killed an MIT policeman and tried to steal his pistol and started on their final drive toward death.
Only a policeman would know where the after-hours joints were open in this kind of a town.
I may have said policeman––I may have said anything in such a beastly situation.
She knew that if a policeman chanced to see her, he would tell her to "move on."
The policeman failed to observe the parson's hiding one leg behind the other.
We've passed the policeman on his beat; he is going the other way.
And then he let out the policeman and brought him into the kitchen.
policeman po·lice·man (pə-lēs'mən)
An instrument, usually a rubber-tipped rod, for removing solid particles from a glass container.
enforcer: You had to bring in somebody who was as tough, or brutal, as they were. The kind of terminology for this role in hockey was ''policeman'' (1980s+)