Entry from British & World English dictionary
A document of authorization and identification carried by a police officer.
- The men, all wearing jackets similar to a police uniform and using identification, a dark wallet with a silver badge which looks like a police warrant card, called on the pretence of needing to search the premises.
- The men, who all wore jackets similar to a police uniform and flashed a dark wallet with a silver badge which looked like a police warrant card, pretended they needed to search the premises.
- Mark Godsland, crime reduction officer for the Cotswolds, said officers would always produce a warrant card to identify themselves to the public.
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