English version

incident room

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincident roomˈincident ˌroom noun [countable] British English  a room in a police station or other place, where police work on solving a particular serious crime
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incident roomThey've re-opened an incident room they set up in November when a fourteen year old girl was raped.Milton Keynes police have set up an incident room and they're appealing for any witnesses.The police have set up an incident room with four teams of officers working on the case.Police have set up an incident room at Cowley.Kate looked around her at the busy incident room.Several potential witnesses have already called the incident room at Cheapside.From a garage on the ascent out of the town she phoned the incident room.Blanche dictated the direct line to the incident room.
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