OCGSOntario Council on Graduate Studies (Council of Ontario Universities; Canada)
OCGSOakland County Genealogical Society (Oakland County, Michigan)
OCGSOxford and Cambridge Golfing Society
OCGSOklahoma City Geological Society, Inc. (est. 1921; Oklahoma City, OK)
OCGSOffice of the Chief of the General Staff (various locations)
OCGSOro Christian Grace School (China)
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Johnson and Webber were trusted members of an organised crime gang (OCG) controlled by Jamie Oldroyd, who had organised the sale of cocaine.
"In addition to OCGs, there are a number of Urban Street Gangs (USGs) that operate in Birmingham.
The board also reviewed the key activities and achievements of the CMA, OCGS, MSM as well as the performance of MSM.
"There are currently 43 OCGs active in North Wales and there are currently 372 individuals linked to these OCGs," said Mr Jones in a report to the North Wales Police and Crime Panel.
details, it is safe to assume the organized criminal gangs (OCGs) concerned
PNP chief Director General Oscar Albayalde said the neutralized organized crime groups (OCGs) were serving as private armed groups (PAGs) for several politicians.
The first list was based on intelligence about organised crime groups (OCGs) linked to music festivals, and the second was focused on those wanted on warrant across the South Wales Police force area.
The first list was based on intelligence around Organised Crime Groups (OCGs) linked to music festivals, with the second one being focused on those wanted on warrant across the South Wales Police force area.
by Times News ServiceThe agreement was signed by Sayyid Hamid Sultan Al Busaidi, executive director of OCGS, and Engineer Hilal Hamed Al Hassani, executive president of PEIE.
(15) United States Department of Justice, Organized Crime and Gang Section (OCGS), <www.justice.gov/criminal-ocgs>.