The code word you use when you are stealing things from kids at school. Mostly used for pens and pencils.
I hope I can patrol that pen from our teacher before the end of the period.
by Jeff Cooke September 27, 2006
Patrol is a slang term for theft or the act of stealing.
"i just patroled this new pen from that nerd"
by wtc September 24, 2006
Scouting the area for potential persons of the opposite sex... looking to engage in some for of sexual activity.
Guy1: Yo... where all the girls at?
Guy2: Hit you back when im done patrolin'
by Blazen Hazen July 18, 2006
The Police. If they are posted in an area then they are "Patrol".
"I'll break the door, you check for patrol"
by GSC July 17, 2006
Searching for a spot to do you. Seeking a destination to perform a particular and in few cases ethically questionable action.
"Paul got some flowers, let's get patrolling in the park for a sesh."

"There is too many ratchets patrolling the club tonight."
by SpliffBoom March 4, 2014
When a writer of an online article or blog post starts or finishes a piece with pre-emptive responses to the trolling s/he is expecting to see in the comments.
Jane decided she'd better patroll her post by adding this statement at the end:

Before you start trolling in the comments and saying nobody cares, remember that this is the answer to a question I get in half of the messages from my readers.
by GoGopher February 20, 2014
In order to stay up-to-date on everyone's personal business, the intrusive nosy co-worker regularly went out on patroll throughout the office
by Higley September 16, 2009