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PCSO

abbreviation for POLICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT OFFICER.
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Under the National Internal Revenue Code (NIRC), lotto winnings and other PCSO prizes used to be tax-exempt.
The TRAIN law requires a 20-percent tax on all PCSO lottery games prizes if the amount of the winning is above the amount of P10,000.
For their part, Balutan said the PCSO only spent P6-million on the party, adding that the 1,580 PCSO employees deserved the party because they worked hard to increase the earnings of the agency.
In today's public hearing, Lacson said witnesses pointed to so many weak systems and procedures that allow corruption to take place at the PCSO.
A police investigator told the Exeter inquest that there was no evidence PCSO Lewis, who served with South Wales Police, had ridden through the potholes.
I hope that by spending some time as a PCSO that the children gained a better understanding of the work that we do.
The helicopter was launched and officers deployed - but PCSO Graham cycled to West Kirby railway station on the off chance the burglar was trying to flee by train.
Among his talents, PCSO Smith is a trained cycling instructor and runs regular cycle safety classes that bring pupils together from different schools.
PCSO then issued a conditional offer of employment to those applicants completing this stage of the hiring process.
He said that pre-TRAIN law, the PCSO paid total taxes of about P500 million a month.
Earlier in the hearing, PCSO General Manager Alexander Balutan defended the amount spent for the PCSO employees' christmas party at Edsa Shangri-La in Mandaluyong City.
Cam, a PCSO board member, said the proposed budget for the EDSA Shangri-la Hotel party was more than P10.