When soldiers arrive at Nakumatt, they fire at everything that moves, including three policemen.
According to investigators, he acted with two policemen by order of the then-minister of Internal Affairs, Yury Kravchenko.
Holding on to the bars, he regales the policemen with ingratiating stories.
Nasheed was seen to be dragged out by policemen from a shop where he was hiding.
I will never forget his scent, or the scent of the other policemen behind him, or of the platoon of soldiers behind them.
But in reality she would as soon have thought of breaking into society as of attacking twelve policemen with a carving knife.
We set hundreds of policemen to restore order, but order is not restored.
When the door was locked, we saw for the first time why the policemen had been so timid.
Thus the policemen are, in many ways, the stranger's friends.
You and I and a couple of policemen will go down to that house in Geneva Square—by the front, sir, by the front.
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+)