dump job
 n.— «In “cop speak,” transporting a troublemaker to a neighboring municipality and releasing him is sometimes called a “dump job,” according to retired New Rochelle detective Jason Capuano. “Sometimes, an officer may take the easy way out, let it be a neighboring jurisdiction’s problem,” Capuano said.» —“Mount Kisco Cops Probed In Death Of Homeless Man” by Tony Aiello in Mount Kisco, New York WCBS-TV (New York City) May 7, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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