Felemenkçe'de officer in charge
I went out with Frank's major-domo to ask the officer in charge what was going on.
At that very moment, were they thinking that a simple officer in charge of fuel procurement for the army would be able to seize power?
"Rule 51 (1) Where there is an outbreak of infectious or contagious disease in a prison the medical officer shall give directions in writing to the officer in charge for: "(a) separating prisoners having infectious or contagious diseases;
"Rule 172 The medical officer shall, at the infliction of every sentence of corporal punishment on a prisoner, give such instructions as may be necessary for preventing injury to the health of the prisoner and the officer in charge shall carry such instructions into effect."
Croatia referred to specific training programmes for police officers in charge of detecting forgery.
Every officer in charge of a detention camp is obliged to furnish the magistrate every fortnight a list of detainees held by him.
Finally, the Law stipulates the professional skills necessary to cover the position of public officer in charge for the communication and information services.
Following a statement by Ms. Mary Rowen, Vice-President chairing the meeting, the Officer-in-Charge of the secretariat made a statement.
On 14 November, Klein attended a similar regional meeting in Freetown hosted by the officer-in-charge of UNAMSIL, Alan Doss.
Section 71 gives power to an officer in charge to order, on the advice of a medical officer, the removal of a seriously ill prisoner for purposes of treatment in a hospital.