What Is the Definition of Constableship?

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Constableship is defined as the office or functions of a constable, who is a peace officer with less authority and smaller jurisdiction than a sheriff, empowered to serve writs and warrants and make arrests.
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con·sta·ble
[kon-stuh-buhl or, esp. British, kuhn-]
NOUN
1.
an officer of the peace, having police and minor judicial functions, usually in a small town, rural district, etc.
2.
Chiefly British a police officer.
3.
an officer of high rank in medieval monarchies, usually the commander of all armed forces, especially in the absence of the ruler.
4.
the keeper or governor of a royal fortress or castle.
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