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A patrol is the reconnaissance of or providing security for a designated area or route.
Patrol, Patroller or Patrolling may also refer to:
Military and police
- Patrol officer, police officer responsible for a particular 'beat' or area
- Patrol Special police, private patrol officers in San Francisco, California
- Patrolling, a military tactic
- Patrol, a district in Indramayu Regency, West Java, Indonesia
- Patrol Baru, a village in Sukra district, Indramayu Regency, West Java, Indonesia
- HMS Patrol, a scout cruiser in commission in the British Royal Navy from 1905 to 1919
- USRC Patrol (1905), a harbor launch in commission in the United States Revenue Cutter Service from 1905 to 1915
- USCGC Patrol, the name of more than one United States Coast Guard vessel
- USS Patrol, the name of various United States Navy ships, often but not always followed by a numerical designation (USS Patrol No. 1, etc.)
- HMS Patroller (D07), an aircraft carrier
- Nissan Patrol, a model of four-wheel-drive vehicle made by Nissan
- Roadside assistance or "roadside patrol", the UK vehicle breakdown assistance services of:
- Patrol Enterprise Manager, a BMC Software monitoring product
- Patrol (board game), a wargame
- Patrol (TV series), 1989 Singaporean TV series
- Patrol a music compositional arrangement which simulates the experience of a passing marching band.
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