Definition of all-points in English:

all-points

adjective

US
  • Designating a message or alert sent to all appropriate or relevant people; especially one sent to every officer in a police force, or from one police station or law-enforcement agency to others in an area, giving details of a suspected criminal, a fugitive, a stolen vehicle, etc. Chiefly in all-points bulletin.

noun

US
informal
  • Informal. An all-points bulletin or alert.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in The Oakland Tribune. From all + the plural of point.

Pronunciation

all-points

/ˌɔːlˈpɔɪnts/