duty officer

  1. an officer (in the armed forces, police, etc) on duty at a particular time

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How to use duty officer in a sentence

  • Another on-duty officer was in the vehicle at the time of the incident.

  • And the duty officer said, "President Carter is no longer president, and you cannot access that information."

    The Last Ride | The Daily Beast | January 19, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • I added these to the message and forwarded the request to the Patrol duty officer for his action.

    Indirection | Everett B. Cole
  • Jason followed her to the bridge where she relieved the duty officer and began taking readings for the jump-setting.

    Deathworld | Harry Harrison
  • Now I am told to take over the task of the duty officer who is going on a raid.

    'Green Balls' | Paul Bewsher
  • Its first discovery-pulse would have been observed by the Mekinese duty-officer.

    Talents, Incorporated | William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  • If you really need to reach me, call the duty officer at the UDT base and leave a message.

    The Wailing Octopus | Harold Leland Goodwin