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liaison officer

Syllabification: li·ai·son of·fi·cer

Definition of liaison officer in English:

noun

A person who is employed to form a working relationship between two organizations to their mutual benefit.
Example sentences
  • George emphasises that he is a liaison officer, not a police officer.
  • She and Peter also get visits from a police liaison officer, but the news invariably remains the same - no leads, no sightings, no reports.
  • As a wildlife liaison officer with North Yorkshire Police it is his job to ensure wildlife is protected and rural crime prevented.

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