ACPO


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ACPO

(ˈækpəʊ)
acronym for
Association of Chief Police Officers
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But given the diversity of contexts candidates come from and hope to serve, Cliff does not think ACPO can always accurately perceive whether or not someone is fit for the priesthood.
Supportive treatment, cholinergic drugs, decompression, and surgery were usually sequentially used to treat patients with ACPO [5, 7].
ACPO has also asked police forces to carry out random unannounced security checks on gun owners.
Julie Townsend, of Brake, said: "Brake supports ACPO taking a proactive role in stopping deadly drink drivers.
Only if they were caught using khat on a third occasion would a person face arrest and a court hearing, according to guidance issued by ACPO.
Deputy chief constable Simon Chesterman, ACPO's lead for armed policing, admitted the use of Tasers on children "sounds awful" but stressed the weapons remain the "quickest, easiest and least injurious" measure to stop people posing a threat to the public.
An ACPO spokesman confirmed yesterday: "It would be used as a screening tool, with a checkpoint beyond."
Sales of his book dropped after the ACPO online manual was published in 2002 and his legal team believe John has a claim of around pounds 750,000 for seven years of lost sales and damage done to his reputation.
Chief Constable Phil Gormley, Acpo's lead officer on roads policing, said: "It is worrying that younger drivers continue to drink and drive and we will be redoubling our efforts to address this unacceptable behaviour."
Acpo lead on crime statistics, deputy chief constable Douglas Paxton, said: " "When assessing crime we need to look at the likelihood of identifying a suspect for a particular crime."