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screw up move up

screw up move up  n.— «The practice called “screw up move up” takes place by utilizing sexual favors with fellow employees to work up the chain of command, and also by violating policies and laws, an employee can screw up, not be charged...

VASCAR

VASCAR  n.— «The Connecticut State Police are patrolling in traditional and non-traditional cruisers, using all forms of speed enforcement (including radar, laser and the stopwatch-assisted method known as VASCAR) as well as patrolling...

SWATting

SWATting  n.— «SWAT officers expected to find a victim shot to death, drugs and a belligerent armed suspect when they surrounded the home of an unsuspecting couple, but found they were only a part of a false emergency call caused by a...

BOG

BOG  n.— «Law enforcement agencies have begun focusing on what they say is a greater threat—small, anonymous groups of disaffected men who radicalize one another and turn to violence.…Known among counter-terrorism officials as BOGs...

GOG

GOG  n.— «Law enforcement agencies have begun focusing on what they say is a greater threat—small, anonymous groups of disaffected men who radicalize one another and turn to violence.…Known among counter-terrorism officials as BOGs...

eight-liner

eight-liner  n.— «Capt. Steven Jett of the Houston Police Department estimates that Houston has 300 to 400 gaming rooms. Inside, one typically finds row after row of video gaming machines, often called “eight-liners” because...