Bill, the n.
the police; thus Bill from the Hill, officers serving at Notting Hill police station in London W11.
|Family Arsenal 230: ‘Eyes front,’ said Murf. ‘It’s Bill’. A policeman in a helmet [...] was coming towards them.|
|Signs of Crime 173: Bill, or Old Bill Specifically, the Metropolitan Police and, generally, all police: ‘Is he Bill?’ means ‘Is he a police officer?’ [Ibid.] 173: Bill from the Hill, a Specifically, a Notting Hill police officer (once a very busy and active police station) and generally a very energetic policeman.|
|Minder [TV script] 64: If the Bill pull Keith through Daley there’s no come back to us.‘Get Daley!’|
|Vinnie Got Blown Away 7: Bill coming in from home on overtime.|
|Mad Cows 24: The Bill have got their nuts in a knot over LA-style ‘girlz’n’hood’ gangs.|
|Dead Long Enough 302: Oh shit, just to see the Bill get a proper pasting for once.|
|Observer Crime 27 Apr. 25: [article title] The Bill? This is More Like the Office.|
a police station.
|Signs of Crime 173: Bill shop Police station.|
a police car.
|A Few Kind Words and a Loaded Gun 89: I really thought it was a bill-wagon.|