Entry from British & World English dictionary
A military or police officer who holds an influential position in the government; an advocate of the close involvement of military and police officers in government.
- He allowed himself to be manipulated by the securocrats within the British establishment.
- Be they nationalist or loyalist, be they securocrats or criminals, the anti-peace brigades have won the day.
- On reflection, Americans realise that it is not a black-and-white case of evil politicians or securocrats conspiring to enslave them.
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