combat disorder

combat disorder

(kŏm′băt) [LL combattere]
Any disease or condition that affects military personnel, their families, and/or victims of war.
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This is not the first initiative to be tested out in an effort to combat disorder. In 2005 they piped classical music into the pounds 4.2m station to deter youths from misbehaving.
"Officers have worked very hard in partnership with the school to combat disorder and the current dispersal order has also had a very positive effect.
'High operating standards will help combat disorder and anti-social behaviour.'
Approval was granted in December after councillors heard that pub managers were doing their best to combat disorder.
If needed, up to 1,000 police officers, four army battalions and water cannon can be ordered in to combat disorder.
School Watch is being operated to combat disorder, damage and anti-social behaviour in and around educational premises.
Blyth Valley Council has brought in DPPOs to help combat disorder in Blyth's Ridley Park and a large area of Cramlington.
Fife Council's Dave Paterson said "The Mosquito is a piece of technology we hope will help combat disorder."
Beat officers are stepping up patrols to combat disorder and anti-social behaviour which generally increases during the build-up to Bonfire Night.
Approval was granted after councillors heard that pub managers were doing their best to combat disorder.
Insp Alastair Freeburn said: "Throughout the week CBMs have been patrolling areas where youngsters gather to combat disorder fuelled by underage drinking.
In an extraordinary attack during his monthly press conference in Downing Street, the Prime Minister said Newcastle City Council leaders had not done "anything like" what they should have done to combat disorder in the city.
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