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  • verb Present participle of collocate.

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Examples

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • Just as then-attorney general Robert Kennedy created elite Strike Force offices around the country to combat organized crime by collocating the diverse talents of agents from different agencies, the current attorney general should establish field offices that bring law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, military resources, and vetted foreign law enforcement together.

    Robert Mazur: Banking on Terror

  • The IG recommended reducing administrative costs by collocating these offices, permitting consolidation of administrative services. 3

    Npr Report On Department Of Interior Part A

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