Definitions for "Sergeant-At-Arms"
An official elected by the Senate whose duties include controlling access to the floor of the chamber.
An officer of the house or senate charged with maintaining order and carrying out the directives of the presiding officers and the members.
Legislative Assembly officer in charge of the security for the Assembly, the MLAs, and visitors to the Chamber. The Sergeant-at-Arms also has custody of the Mace.
Member of a royal bodyguard. (Wise, Terence. Medieval Warfare, 251)