This definition appears frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other definitions of CO
Samples in periodicals archive:
Job responsibilities were evenly distributed--half of the participants were custodial officers, two held nonuniformed positions and two were in management roles (the director and assistant director of the facility).
The custodial officer, who has dropped from a dress size 20 to a size 14, said: "I'm still feeling amazed that I managed to finish the run.
Custodial officer Mark admitted filming 14 women at Glasgow Sheriff Court over two-and-a-half years.
With over $22 billion in assets under management, ERS provides a retirement and disability pension system for State employees, law enforcement and custodial officers, elected state officials and two classes of judges.
The custodial officer said: "I felt a little out of sorts the first week after Fit Factor finished, like something was missing.
``Even if the charges are true, and he hit three custodial officers - a total of three punches and one elbow - and then yelled out threats in anger, looking at a sentence of two life terms plus approximately 15 years is incredibly excessive,'' Harris said.
Custodial officer Cheryl Whiffen, 38, of South Shields, dropped from a dress size 20 to a size 14, after shedding 2st 12lbs.
Under SB 1176, another bill relating to workers' compensation, higher benefits would apply to safety police, district attorney investigators and jail custodial officers who get cancer by granting them a presumption that the disease was caused by their job.