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SCPO

abbr.
senior chief petty officer
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Noun1.SCPO - a senior noncommissioned officer in the Navy or Coast Guard with a rank comparable to master sergeant in the Army
P.O., petty officer, PO - a noncommissioned officer in the Navy or Coast Guard with a rank comparable to sergeant in the Army
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He has been placed under a Serious Crime Prevention Order (SCPOs) - issued to offenders in a bid to limit their ability to commit more crime.
He has been placed under a SeriousCrimePrevention Order (SCPOs) - issued to offenders in a bid to limit their ability to commit more crime.
The SCPOs can allow police to monitor a criminal's business dealings, communications and movements once they are released from prison.
SCPOs have been dubbed "super-Asbos" because of the clampdown imposed on high-level criminals.
SCPOs are civil orders which typically restrict the subject's access to communications devices and bank accounts and specify who he or she cannot associate with and whether they can travel.
In England, many SCPOs tO Page 5 EXPOSED Record stories about brutal feud between Daniel and Lyons families
SCPOs are a relatively new power that can be used to combat any kind of behaviour police can prove is linked to serious organised crime or supporting it.
Home Secretary John Reid said up to 30 serious criminals a year would get beefed-up Asbos known as Serious Crime Prevention Orders (SCPOs).
The exact details were not revealed - but the SCPOs will last for five years against each of the clan after they leave jail.
Home Office minister Vernon Coaker said SCPOs, which will be imposed on crooked companies as well as individuals, would be a major new tool to combat criminals who currently believe they are 'untouchable'.
In England, many SCPOs TURN TO PAGE 5 FROM PAGE ONE have been granted to curb the activities of major criminals.