SUPT


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AcronymDefinition
SUPTSuperintendent
SUPTSpecialized Undergraduate Pilot Training
SUPTSchool/University Partnership Team (Western Michigan University)
SUPTSubstance Use Posttraumatic Team
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Road safety group Brake, which called for a full probe of Supt Thornton by his force, branded drivers' mobile phone use "a growing menace and threat to lives".
Speaking to the Commons Transport Committee, Supt Keasey, who DRIVERS believe they can get way with speeding because cashstrapped police are less likely to catch them, the top road policing officer in the West Midlands has warned.
Chief Supt Bell added: "My replacement is a great guy who comes with a strong and broad policing background.
Supt Napier was also told DC Brown had spoken to Mrs Rathband who said her husband threatened to kill himself that night.
Supt Napier told South Northumberland coroner Eric Armstrong: "There was a risk that David was going to take his own life, but there was also mitigating information.
Supt Kane's upper body was bruised and his right shin cut during the incident, but he believes wearing his stab vest helped to limit his injuries.
Supt Dorney told the inquiry then that he knew he was going to die and if he had received proper treatment in 2003 there was a 95 per cent chance of being completely cured.
Supt Kinrade now heads the communities and partnerships department and has also spent time training recruits who went on to win awards themselves.
And Chief Supt Lewis has already been out to meet South African officials to prepare them for an influx of England supporters.
2) SUPT, WRYNN WITH LONG TIME FRIEND AND IFNY VICE PRESIDENT, MAURA CLANCY OF CLANCY & CLANCY BROKERAGE;
Chief Supt Geraint Anwyl takes over as the senior officer for the region at the end of next month.
Det Chief Supt Ellie Baker planned to sue for libel over 'sex for stripes' claims which appeared on the force's internal website.