Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland


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Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland

a similar body to the Association of Chief Police Officers. The Scottish body appears to be an unincorporated association and exists on a small budget.
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The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland said forces may not have been able to find enough officers of the right calibre.
An Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland spokesman said: "It would be unfortunate if an impression were given that officers were supporting one political party against another.
The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland confirmed Lyle's secondment, claiming he would "liaise with the gay community and give strategic and operational advice to the police service and our partners".
The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland say the number of officers turning to drugs such as heroin and cocaine, because of work stress, is rising.
David Mellor, Fife Deputy Chief Constable and spokesman for the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland, said: "There remains no room for complacency on our part, nor on the part played by the public in the success of this important safety initiative.
Mr Mellor, of the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland, said reducing sickness was vital.
The new targets for 2003-2004 were set after discussions with the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland, and police boards.
The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland backed the move at a meeting yesterday.
The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland welcomed the use of the Internet in the fight against crime.
But the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland will wait until the outcome of Lord Cullen's inquiry before commenting.
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