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Talk:law enforcement

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There is a considerable tendency to use "law enforcement" as an actual plural (not just mass noun). You will hear – I suppose mostly in America – sentences like: Two law enforcement were killed during the operation. (Meaning: two law enforcement officers.) I'm not a native speaker of English, so I don't want to amend the entry, but someone capable should do so.