ANCOP

AcronymDefinition
ANCOPAnswering the Cry of the Poor (Monrovia, CA)
ANCOPAfghan National Civil Order Police
ANCOPA Network of Communities of the Poor (various locations)
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Robredo thanked ANCOP for being one of the program's most trusted partners in helping the poor by donating medical items and equipment.
Ben Mejorada, CFC Social Ministry and Ancop program head, said on Monday that there will be 5,000 to 7,000 participants in the Philippines, and around 1,000 in Davao City.
He then ran 30 metres to the injured ANCOP soldier, before treating him and carrying him over his shoulder to another Mastiff.
It was replaced during 2007-2011 with the "focused district development" program in which a district police force was taken out and retrained, its duties temporarily performed by more highly trained ANCOP. Police training includes instruction in human rights principles and democratic policing concepts, and the State Department human rights report on Afghanistan, referenced above, says the government and observers are increasingly monitoring the police force to prevent abuses.
The traffic was particularly heavy in Kabul, Afghanistan, that morning, and the drive (which normally takes 15-20 minutes) from Camp Eggers to the headquarters of the Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP) was especially challenging.
L'assaillant, qui portait un uniforme de l'Ordre national civil de la police afghane (ONCPA, ANCOP en anglais), une unite d'elite, a retourne son arme contre les trois membres de l'Isaf, selon un communique de l'ISAF.
This included forming brand new organizations and greatly expanding those approved in 2010, such as the Afghanistan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP), the Afghanistan Public Protection Force (APPF), the Afghanistan Local Police (ALP), and the ANA Commandos.
However, high-tempo operations in the east and south have led to high attrition rates in the ANA Corps in those areas, as well as the elite national Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP).
Partly as a result, attrition fell among the so-called "ANCOP" national police from an annualized rate of about 100 percent last December to roughly 25 percent in March.
"The elders informed Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP) forces of the incident.
Thousands of Afghan security forces are taking part in the 'Operation Moshtarak', which include troops from the Afghan National Army as well as about 100 specialists from Afghanistan's elite police unit - the Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP).