Law Enforcement & Police

Suspect vs Accused

Suspect vs Accused
Suspect is a person who is believed to be the one who committed a crime being investigated. On the other hand, Accused refers to a person who is charged with a crime.

Cop vs US Marshal

Cop vs US Marshal
A cop is a government official, who looks after the law enforcement in a specific city, municipality, town or village. The Marshals are government officials, who enforce law throughout the nation.

Police vs Cop

Police vs Cop
A police officer is a government official, who looks after the law enforcement in a specific city, municipality, town or village. The term ‘cop’ is slang which is used to refer to a police officer.

Sheriff vs Bailiff

Sheriff vs Bailiff
A sheriff is a government official, who maintains law and order in his county. He is elected by the citizens. A bailiff is a legal officer, who is responsible for the law and order a courtroom. He is appointed...

Sheriff vs Cop

Sheriff vs Cop
The difference between a police officer and a sheriff is pertaining to their area of jurisdiction. A sheriff is elected by the citizens and he maintains law and order in his county. A cop is a government...

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