security police

noun
1.
a police force responsible for maintaining order at a specific locale or under specific circumstances, as at an airport or factory.
2.
a police force concerned with detecting and preventing enemy espionage.

Origin:
1915–20

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They braved the whips of the security police to touch his car.
After all, he'll eat no less well, and his security police will be no less effective.
But do far the crowd has been remarkably peaceful, in spite of the efforts of the security police.
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