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ACPO

abbreviation for ASSOCIATION Of CHIEf POLICE OffICERS.
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For example, ACPO requires candidates to articulate why they believe they are called to the ministry, which is congruent with the general Western assumption that those seeking leadership in a community should put themselves forward, Cliff said.
Patients in our ICU aged 18-75 years who had FI and diagnosed with ACPO were included.
The ACPO policy says: "It is important that officers retain their operational discretion; taking into account that khat has historically not been a controlled drug and was part of the culture for certain communities linked to the Horn of Africa."
ACPO, which represents the most senior police officers in the UK, is accused of lifting parts of his book without permission and making it free to download on the website.
It emerged during the investigation that ACPO, through its Terrorism and Allied Matters Committee, had directed the spending of pounds 3 million of Home Office cash on the 217 CCTV and automatic number plate recognition camera network and that the system was installed without full consultation with either the city council, local communities and even the West Midlands Police Authority.
Acpo president Sir Hugh Orde said the death of Mr Ainsworth, 49, had come "as a shock to the policing community''.
The Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) has told ministers that 12,000 police officers and 16,000 civilian staff jobs will be cut over the next four years.
Powerwave Technologies Inc (Nasdaq:PWAV), a provider of wireless coverage and capacity solutions, today announced plans to introduce a new product and new infrastructure solutions for public safety wireless networks at the ACPO International Annual Conference.
The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) defended the payments, describing the use of informants as part of the armoury used by forces to defend and protect the public.
ACPO said it could not confirm 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.