Posse may refer to:

  • Posse comitatus (common law), a group of men assembled to assist in law enforcement
  • Posse (1975 film), starring Kirk Douglas
  • Posse (1993 film), starring Mario van Peebles
  • "Posse (I Need You on the Floor)", a song by Scooter
  • Posse, Goiás, Brazil
  • Posse Foundation, a nonprofit scholarship organization
  • POSSE project, a software security initiative
  • Posse cut, a type of hip-hop song
  • Posse mit Gesang, a form of German musical drama

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Other articles related to "posse":

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office - Posse
... There is a permanent, organized Sheriff's Posse that provides civilian volunteer support to the sworn deputies of the Sheriff's Office ... Dozens of individual posse units can be called upon for various needs, such as a Jeep posse, equine mounted units in various cities, a ham radio operator posse, a diver's posse, and an air ...
Leon County Sheriff's Office (Florida) - Mounted Posse
... The LCSO has a mounted posse used for parades, crowd control, search and rescue, and patrolling large events such as football games, county fairs and the Red Hills Horse Trials ... Currently the Mounted Posse consists of an open position of Captain, two Lieutenants, three Sergeants and 20 additional members ...
Chato's Land - Plot
... Quincey Whitmore gathers a posse to hunt him down ... The posse pursues Chato into the wilderness, deliberately led into Apache country by him ... In retaliation, some members of the posse brutally assault Chato's woman, raping her and murdering his friend ...
Stävlö Castle - History
... Swedish buildings of the 19th century, and was designed by the owner Carl Otto Posse himself, who based the shape of the building on the Posse family coat of arms ... After he became owner of the estate in 1834, Posse had the original manor house knocked down for his new construction, which was completed in 1860 ... volutes, and the pediment is also decorated with the Posse coat of arms ...

Famous quotes containing the word posse:

    Peering, I heard the hooves come down the hill.
    The posse passed, twelve horse; the leader’s face
    Was worn as limestone on an ancient sill.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)