(In the US) a radio message sent to every officer in a police force giving details of a suspected criminal or stolen vehicle: an all-points bulletin for two men was issued
More example sentences
- Well, you know, they kept saying he's not a suspect, not a suspect, but I've never seen a simple witness being searched for with overhead helicopters, and all-points bulletins, the way they were looking for him yesterday.
- Then, just to be sure nobody missed the point, the USGA sent out an all-points bulletin conveying the same message.
- The FBI Director has vowed to make the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System - used for sending messages similar to an all-points bulletin - less slow and cumbersome.
Definition of all-points bulletin in:
- The US English dictionary