Peace Commissioner and Labour councillor Steve Wren said: "I have had various discussions with members of all ranks of the Garda and those in the justice system over the last six months.
What does PC stand for?
PC stands for Peace Commissioner
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- Patch Cord
- Paternalistic Condescension (alternative for Politically Correct)
- Path Control
- Patin-Couffin Access Layer
- Patrol Cap (hat)
- Patrol Coastal (ship, designation for the US Navy's Cyclone Class Ship)
- Patrol Craft
- Paulo Cesar
- Payload Commander (NASA)
- Peace College (Raleigh, NC, USA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He claimed it should have been issued by an independent authority such as a judge or a peace commissioner.
It is a second prestigious appointment for McAuley, who is based in Naul, County Dublin, as he was last week made a peace commissioner by the Irish minister for justice Alan Shatter.
When the manager of the amendment appealed to the president, Honest Abe responded with this statement: "So far as I know there are no peace commissioners in the City, or likely to be in it.
peace commissioners made their way back from Ghent, the War of 1812 went into extra innings, with major battles being fought on January 1 and 8 of 1815.
Known as the first "Police Act" it set up a Corp of Watchmen to arrest suspicious strangers and instituted Justices of the Peace - modern day peace commissioners.
The aim is to completely dismantle the AUC by year's end, government Peace Commissioner Luis Carlos Restrepo said in a speech.
Kidnap plea COLOMBIA'S peace commissioner met imprisoned leaders of the country's second-largest rebel group to ask for their help in securing the release of seven hostages, including a British tourist Mark Henderson, from North Yorkshire, seized from ancient jungle ruins on September 12.