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ACPOS have imposed what is effectively a blanket ban and that can't be healthy.
The Association of Scottish Police Superintendents backed ACPOS.
The acute colonic pseudoobstruction (ACPO), nonobstructive colonic dilatation, or Ogilvie's syndrome is a rare entity that is characterized by acute dilatation of the colon, usually involving caecum and right hemicolon in the absence of any mechanical obstruction (80-90%), abdominal pain (80%), abdominal tenderness (62%), nausea and/or vomiting (60%), constipation (40%), and fever (37%).
Therefore, this study was designed to compare the outcomes of the two different ACPOs and their responses to different treatments, in order to alert doctors to distinguish the two ACPOs.
At the time, they were members of the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS), who ceased to operate on April 1, 2013, when Police Scotland were established.
Aboriginal Community Police Officers (ACPOs) are employed by the Northern Territory Police Force as Aboriginal officers in Aboriginal communities.
* Dr Timothy Lovering, Force Records Manager, Grampian Police and Chair, ACPOS Records Management Group
The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (Acpos) warned the move would make it 'significantly' more difficult to identify and extradite criminal suspects from abroad.
Two officers took more than three hours to arrive, contrary to ACPOS guidelines.
Jon Murphy, Chief Constable of Merseyside Police and ACPOs spokesman on organised crime, said: "We have had to risk assess every undercover operation.
Paul Harrison, head of motor finance at the FLA, says: "It will mean vehicles that are being driven illegally and in breach of their finance agreement can be returned to the finance companies." Chief Superintendent Brian Anderson, Chairman of the ACPOS Roads Policing Operations Forum, added: "We have strong evidence to suggest that a higher than average percentage of these vehicles has links to other types of crime beyond road traffic matters.
A partnership of UK IT services companies, led by Infotech Enterprises and prime contractor, has signed a contract with the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS) after a competitive tendering exercise.