(1) At the Police station, a sergeant takes down my story and informs me I've been the victim of online Identity theft.(2) Outside the front gate, two policemen with an over-enthusiastic sergeant stood and looked at the gnomes, who looked back, curious but still as stone.(3) A sergeant or a constable of police would make a decision, would he or she not, whether to prosecute for a traffic offence?(4) That year Dad had got his promotion to sergeant at the station and the party was a little bigger than usual, which wasn't much but something.(5) Since the launch, the town centre has been covered by placing one sergeant , five police constables and two special constables in the town centre, with back-up from police cars.(6) Before long, they were recognized at a truck stop by an alert police sergeant in Indiana.(7) Resupplied with coffee and fruit cake, if very little in the way of useful information, the chief inspector and his sergeant went on their way after half an hour.(8) I am not sure about the petty offences, for example, the stealing of the police sergeant 's badge that occurred on 23 May.(9) He made his way to the terminal where a dark-haired female sergeant worked the station.(10) The mother was visibly relieved when the sergeant told her it wasn't serious.(11) I am a police officer, a police sergeant with the Cleveland Constabulary, and I am currently the General Secretary of the Police Federation of England and Wales.(12) "Our air superiority is incredible," a marine sergeant told Associated Press.(13) The decision that this should happen was taken by a police sergeant .(14) Behind the desk, a lieutenant, a sergeant , and a police officer were conversing.(15) In spite of that, he was given an overall pass, along with eight other soldiers, who included a sergeant and warrant officer first class, who had also failed aspects of the test.(16) The Chief Constable, who had already decided that the sergeant should be dismissed, sat next to the chairman of the appeals committee and remained present at the deliberations.