Definition of secret police in English:

secret police

Line breaks: se¦cret po¦lice

noun

[treated as plural]
A police force working in secret against a government’s political opponents.
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  • However, the new police lack any effective power against the Sandinista secret police or army.
  • In places it was only Russian troops who protected the secret police from workers' anger.
  • Ganev's career initially received a boost from his role as an official in the Stalinist secret police.

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