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IADInternal Affairs Division (police)
IADIntegrated Access Device
IADInflammatory Airway Disease (horses)
IADIntegrated Access Device (audiocodes)
IADIETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) Administrative Director
IADIstruzione a Distanza (Italian: Distance Education)
IADIslamic Affairs Department (various organizations)
IADIncontinence-Associated Dermatitis
IADInternet Addiction Disorder
IADInvestment Advice Diploma (various locations)
IADInteraural Amplitude Difference
IADInternet Accessible Database
IADIdentifier Already Declared
IADInternational Automobile Design
IADInterface Analysis Document
IADImplementation Artifact Descriptor
IADInterface Association Descriptor
IADIllness Anxiety Disorder (psychology)
IADInter-American Division (Seventh-day Adventist)
IADIon-Assisted Deposition
IADInter-American Dialogue
IADIraqi Army Division
IADIt All Depends
IADImmigration Appeal Division (Canada)
IADInternal Audit Division
IADInstituto Agrario Dominicano
IADInterstate Agreement on Detainers
IADInternet Access Device
IADInformation and Analysis Division (various meanings)
IADInternational Association for Danube Research
IADInternet Address Detectors (Mac OS)
IADIterative Application Development
IADInternational Automotive Design
IADIndependent ATM Deployer
IADIllinois Association of the Deaf
IADIndex of American Design
IADInternational Academy of Design
IADInternet Autopsy Database
IADInternationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft Donauforschung (German: International Association for Danube Research)
IADIndiana Association of the Deaf
IADInterest Accrual Date (finance)
IADIowa Association of the Deaf
IADImplementation Artifact Descriptor (computing)
IADInternational Affairs Directorate
IADIterative Aggregation-Disaggregation
IADWashington, DC, USA - Washington-Dulles International (Airport Code)
IADIt's a Date
IADImmediate Action Directive
IADInformation Access and Delivery
IADIntelligent Access Devices (Motorola)
IADÍndice Anti-Detonante (Portuguese: anti-knock index)
IADIdaho Association of the Deaf
IADInterface Agreement Document
IADInternational Amphibian Days
IADIndia/Asia Decollement
IADIntelligence Analysis Division (NFOIO)
IADInternet Acronym Dictionary
IADIndustrial Aero-Derivative
IADInband Amplitude Dispersion
IADInformation & Application Delivery
IADInventory Availability Date (AT&T)
IADIntegrated Antenna Detector
IADInventory Adjustment Document
IADInitial Advance Date
IADInternal Automatic Defibrillator (cardiology)
IADInterface Adapter Device
IADIntegrated Acquisition Database
IADIntegrated Acoustic Display
IADInstructor Assisted Deployement (skydiving)
IADInventory Adjustment Decrease
IADIslamische Akademie Deutschland eV (Germany)
IADIntranet/Intranet Application Development
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The PNP Internal Affairs division must also determine if the cops involved should face administrative charges.
NBI Director Dante Gierran has informed the Department of Justice (DOJ) that the Bureau's Internal Affairs Division (AID) will be conducting the probe.
"I've instructed our Internal Affairs Division to conduct a thorough investigation.
2, in a joint effort of the Internal Affairs Division of the N.Y.
If you were writing about the efficacy of a law enforcement internal affairs division, you'd be within your rights to write the headline: "Can police police police?" (where the second is a verb).
The court also found the department did not follow its own administrative policy regarding use of force, the appellate opinion states.<br />Antonin successfully argued at the lower court he was prejudiced by the proceedings because the Internal Affairs Division did not interview witnesses until three months after the incident and he was not interviewed until two-and-a-half years after the incident, according to the appellate opinion.
He cited one of the advantages of this restructuring is that the BuCor will get its own Internal Affairs Division, which will work directly under Dela Rosa when he assumes office to instill discipline among its ranks.
Because they are not infallible, the bureau is subject to a robust system of checks and balances, including its internal affairs division, the Department of Justice inspector general, congressional committees and the courts.
Since 1941, Heydar Aliyev headed a department at the Internal Affairs division of the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic of Nakhchyvan, and in 1944 was transferred the state security bodies.
It appears Harris will be investigated by the Eugene Police Department's internal affairs division. Eugene police spokeswoman Melinda McLaughlin said Tuesday that the department has received a complaint, "and it's being processed as per our normal protocol."
As head of the department of professional responsibility, which acted as the agency's internal affairs division, Pena investigated complaints against TABC employees.
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