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  • verb Present participle of civilianize.

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Examples

  • This will be accomplished through, but not limited to, first, maximizing the Detroit Police Department DPD Secondary Employment off-duty police officer program to be used voluntarily by businesses and community groups for private security; second, passing an ordinance requiring alarm companies to verify an actual emergency before the dispatching of first responders by DPD; and third, civilianizing DPD administrative and support staff which will increase patrols by a minimum of 600 officers.

    Gary A. Brown: Vision for Transforming Detroit

  • This will be accomplished through, but not limited to, first, maximizing the Detroit Police Department DPD Secondary Employment off-duty police officer program to be used voluntarily by businesses and community groups for private security; second, passing an ordinance requiring alarm companies to verify an actual emergency before the dispatching of first responders by DPD; and third, civilianizing DPD administrative and support staff which will increase patrols by a minimum of 600 officers.

    Gary A. Brown: Vision for Transforming Detroit

  • The unknown veteran above was warning of civilianizing the military medical establishment.

    Hal Donahue: Welcome to Chaos, General Shinseki

  • Further, it will run counter to our strategic purposes of Afghanizing and civilianizing government functions here.

    Robert Greenwald: Panetta Shrugs Like Rumsfeld

  • Further, it will run counter to our strategic purposes of Afghanizing and civilianizing government functions here.

    After Bucking Holbrooke's Advice On Afghanistan, Obama Invokes His Name

  • Further, it will run counter to our strategic purposes of Afghanizing and civilianizing government functions here.

    THE PROMISE

  • The unknown veteran above was warning of civilianizing the military medical establishment.

    Welcome to Chaos, General Shinseki

  • Further, it will run counter to our strategic purposes of Afghanizing and civilianizing government functions here.

    Robert Greenwald: Panetta Shrugs Like Rumsfeld

  • The unknown veteran above was warning of civilianizing the military medical establishment.

    Hal Donahue: Welcome to Chaos, General Shinseki

  • Further, it will run counter to our strategic purposes of Afghanizing and civilianizing government functions here.

    THE PROMISE

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