CND

(redirected from counternarcotics division)
AcronymDefinition
CNDCreative Nail Design (various locations)
CNDCentre National de la Danse (French: National Center of Dance)
CNDCertified Network Defender (cybersecurity)
CNDCampaign for Nuclear Disarmament
CNDConseil National de la Danse (French: National Council of Dance)
CNDCommission on Narcotic Drugs
CNDConduit
CNDControlli Non Distruttivi (Italian: Non-Destructive Testing)
CNDComputer Network Defense
CNDConselho Nacional do Desporto (Portuguese: National Sports Council)
CNDCisco Network Designer
CNDCaldera Network Desktop
CNDCaller Number Delivery
CNDCanadian Dollar
CNDContrôle Non Destructif (French: Non Destructive Technique)
CNDChina News Digest
CNDCalling Number Display (telecommunications)
CNDCalling Number Delivery (Bellcore)
CNDCongregation of Notre Dame (religious order)
CNDCannot Duplicate
CNDCaldera Network Desktop (Linux)
CNDCounternarcotics Division (US DoD)
CNDCould Not Duplicate
CNDCouncil of National Defense (US government)
CNDCreative Network Design (Emeryville, CA)
CNDCentre for Nonlinear Dynamics in Physiology and Medicine (various universities)
CNDConstanta, Romania - Kogalniceanu (Airport Code)
CNDCommand and Decision
CNDCircum-Nuclear Disk
CNDDermoids of Cornea
CNDChronic Neuroimmune Disease
CNDChief of Naval Development
CNDCheck Node Decoder
CNDCzego Nalezalo Dowiesc (Polish: QED)
CNDCommittee of National Defence (Poland)
CNDCallparty Number Information
CNDCooperating Network Device
CNDCable Network Domain (Sprint)
CNDCustomer Number Development (Sprint)
CNDComprehensive Network Database (Sprint)
CNDCommunity and Neighbourhood Development Unit (Toronto, Canada)
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Specific assistance included further training for the Counternarcotics Division of the Central Criminal Police, including in anti-money laundering techniques, analytical tradecraft and interdiction, as well as expanded cooperation with Georgia's Customs service.
Specific assistance included further development of the Counternarcotics Division of the Central Criminal Police through training at the U.S.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs counternarcotics division in Almaty detected 16 incidents of trafficking of new psychoactive substances which resulted in the seizure of 10 kg of analogues.
The KPS also noted a decline in effectiveness after it decentralized the counternarcotics division in 2005.
In 2010, law-enforcement agencies focused their attention primarily on breaking up criminal networks and during the first nine months of the year, the MVD's counternarcotics divisions dismantled seven organized criminal groups.
The MCP gained oversight over the Hellenic Police and Hellenic Coast Guard and all related counternarcotics divisions. While the narcotics police do not have dedicated seaborne units, the Hellenic Coast Guard has its own drug unit for maritime interdiction.