When I was working Canton as a probationary constable, I could be posted to Beat 5 (Victoria Park), known as the Girls' Beat as it was so quiet.
What does PC stand for?
PC stands for Probationary Constable (UK)
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- Private Contractor
- Privatisation Commission (Pakistan government)
- Privileged Character
- Privileges Committee (parliament)
- Privy Council
- Pro Centum
- Probabilistic Computing
- Probability of Collision
- Probability of Crossover (genetic algorithms)
- Probable Cause
Samples in periodicals archive:
Three former IPROWD students are now probationary constables after the first student graduated from the Police College last December.
Lists of information gathered by former probationary constable Kyle Jones were uncovered while he was on remand in jail facing robbery charges.
He joined the New South Wales Police Force in March 1889 as a foot policeman with the rank of Probationary Constable (registered number 5752) and was assigned to the Eastern Police District.
That goes to the probationary constable judged to have carried out the most outstanding act of vigilance throughout the year.
The policeman, who had a probationary constable with him, is believed to have sent the woman's husband, also a lawyer, away so he could interview his wife in private.
A force insider said: "He was a probationary constable with less than a year's service.
Now Gloucestershire Chief Constable Tim Brain, who leads on financial matters for the Association of Chief Police Officers, has warned the cost of setting up the new forces would be equivalent to the annual salary of 25,000 probationary constables.