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ACPO

abbreviation for ASSOCIATION Of CHIEf POLICE OffICERS.
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I wouldn't recommend Indigenous candidates at an ordinary ACPO [conference]," said Cliff.
Chief Constable Andy Bliss, of ACPO, said: "Enforcement of the khat ban will be firm but proportionate.
A spokesman for ACPO said: "We are aware of the complaint from Mr Rogerson and have been in dialogue with his legal advisors.
ACPO is a private limited company and is suppose to advise and support police forces on the development and implementation of best practice in policing standards.
Every police force is audited on its use of informants and is subject to an annual inspection by the Office of Surveillance Commissioners to ensure compliance with the law, ACPO said.
ACPO said that the "urgency of the issue" was such that regional forces should review their witness protection schemes to ensure that victims of "honour" crimes are included - even if they do not want to prosecute those responsible.
A format was agreed with SSS Management Services and ACPO representative Ken Meanwell that allows the group to manage activations by only providing officers with evidence of genuine incidents using audio confirmation of the incident via the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).
A statement from ACPO said: "Mr Todd has examined all of the information available relating to this issue and has concluded that there is no evidence to substantiate Liberty's allegations.
Persons performing the privacy officer function in business who are not members of ACPO or POA and wish to participate in the survey can contact Irene Oujo at P&AB at (201) 996-1154 or ctrslr@aol.
ACPO and NDORS have established a UK National Model Programme which the successful service provider(s) must deliver and conform to at all times, ensuring that the Schemes operated on behalf of all Police Forces of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland conform to one common standard.
ACPO said it could not confirm reports on how much individual informers earn.
ACPO said it could not confirm BBC reports that most informers earned between pounds 50 and pounds 2,000 for information, with a few paid more than pounds 100,000 a year for intelligence.