- a room in a police station where police officers assemble, as for inspection, roll call, or duty assignments.
- a room in a barracks in which a number of soldiers sleep.
Origin of squad room
First recorded in 1940–45
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Examples from the Web for squad room
The appearance at the head of the stairs of the acting first sergeant of the squad-room put an end to the budding altercation.
Uttering a wrathful howl he launched his stocky body at Bixton with a force that sent them both crashing to the squad-room floor.
When at ten minutes to six Ignace saw him go down the squad-room stairs, he was in a fever of dread.
Over and over the squad-room floor they rolled, thumping heavily with every turn.
He was equally at home in saddle or squad-room, and at all times was friend and almost father to his men.Under Fire