Definition of 'detective constable'
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It had clamped its jaws around the leg of the trainee detective constable and refused to let go, police said.The Sun (2014)
To become a detective you have to spend at least two years in uniform and then pass the required exams to become detective constable, sergeant and inspector.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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