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VCIVerband Der Chemischen Industrie (German: federation of chemical Industries)
VCIVapor Corrosion Inhibitor
VCIVerizon Communications, Inc. (telecommunications)
VCIVirtual Channel Identifier (used in Asynchronous Transfer Mode)
VCIVeterinary Council of India
VCIVirtual-Circuit Identifier
VCIVascular Cognitive Impairment
VCIVerbal Comprehension Index
VCIVirtual Component Interface
VCIVendor Class Identifier
VCIVirtual Channel Identifier
VCIVideo Conferencing Information
VCIVirtual Component Interconnect
VCIValue Chain Initiative
VCIVirtual Circuit Identification
VCIV35 Interface Cable
VCIVirtual Changer Identifier
VCIVideo Cursor Interface
VCIViet Cong Infrastructure
VCIVienna Conference on Instrumentation (Austria)
VCIVolatile Corrosion Inhibitor
VCIVoluntary Compliance Initiative (California)
VCIValue Chain Integration
VCIValeur de Constat d'Impact (French: Finding Value Impact)
VCIVision Care, Inc. (various locations)
VCIVisual Condition Index (pavement assessment)
VCIValue Chain Initiative (Microsoft)
VCIVersion Control Interface (computing)
VCIVia de Cintura Interna (Porto, Portugal)
VCIVisionary Communications, Inc. (Wyoming)
VCIVirtual Connection Identifier
VCIVision Computers, Inc.
VCIVerizon California, Inc.
VCIViolent Crime Investigation
VCIVoice Command Interface
VCIVenture Capital Initiative
VCIVirtual Channel Identification
VCIVélo Club Illois de Winkel (French bike club)
VCIVehicle Cone Index
VCIVice Chief of Inductions (Boy Scouts of America)
VCIValence Configuration Interaction
VCIVision Communications Interactive (ISP)
VCIVisual Choice, Inc. (dating service)
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The HITS Program significantly improves violent crime investigations in the State of Washington.
Its implementation demonstrates that the timely coordination of comprehensive information provides the key to successful violent crime investigations.
In the summer of 1992, at MPD's request,(6) the FBI assigned agents experienced in violent crime investigations to the CCS.
The Laboratory will continue to accept evidence relating to violent crime investigations, including those that may involve property crime.
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