CMPG

AcronymDefinition
CMPGComputational and Molecular Population Genetics (University of Bern; Switzerland)
CMPGCentre of Microbial and Plant Genetics (est. 1953; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Belgium)
CMPGColor Marble Project Group (stone products; California)
CMPGComputer Music Product Guide
CMPGCapital Markets Policy Group (CFA Institute)
CMPGCanteen Menu Planning Guide (school menu; Australia)
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Grant Karnes, CMPG's president and executive partner, says Chip Bookwalter's telecommunications and IT experience and leadership of the new office positions CMPG for continued growth in the West and nationally.
The CMPG tweeted: "M6 J4-4a north and south motorway blocked.
The CMPG team will also be unveiling their new mascot, Perry Bear, who will be helping to teach seat belt safety to young visitors.
But a spokesman for the CMPG stressed that drivers should only use the hard shoulder in an emergency.
Superintendent Dean Hatton, from CMPG, said: "Unfortunately we continue to see drivers get behind the wheel without being insured.
This was followed by a summer crackdown which saw CMPG officers make 69 drink-drive arrests from 259 breath tests -- a hit rate of 26 per cent.
It's thought there are 350,000 foreign-registered vehicles on UK roads at any one time and, ahead of Operation Trivium, Europol has provided CMPG with details of 3,000-plus vehicles that may be on UK roads and are suspected of being linked to crime.
Anyone with information should call the CMPG on 0121 626 1285
The CMPG posted the image at 9am and said: "Incredible.
Inspector Mark Watkins, of CMPG, said trac ocers heading the opposite way to the Honda had to hit the side of the car in a manoeuvre usually used in pursuits, after weighing up the increasing danger to the other drivers on the road.
The spokesman said: 'A CMPG patrol car driving out of the city on the A41, near the West Bromwich Albion football ground, saw two cars travelling at speed in the opposite direction.
Superintendent Dean Hatton, from CMPG, said: "Officers acted quickly, professionally and with incredible bravery to protect the public from this reckless and criminal behaviour.