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What does CDO stand for?

CDO stands for Chief Disciplinary Officer (prisons)

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Judge Jeff Blackett, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer, indicated on September 2, during the debate on a vote of no confidence in Thomas, that he had sufficient evidence on which to bring disciplinary charges.
The RFU, England's national governing body, currently has no permanent chairman or chief executive just nine weeks before the World Cup gets underway in New Zealand as a result of its botched, the Union's chief disciplinary officer.
On that unprecedented occasion the RFU's chief disciplinary officer, Judge Jeff Blackett, branded his behaviour as "completely unacceptable" and panel chairman Ian Unsworth QC said: "Mr Armitage was aggressive, bullying, persistent and threatening.
Jeff Blackett, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer who led the investigation, absolved the management of blame for the incident and branded media criticismto the contrary as unfair.
Jeff Blackett, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer said: "We remind players their standards of conduct when playing for England must be of the highest order.
The four England players at the centre of rape claims during last month's tour to New Zealand will be named next week when the Rugby Football Union's chief disciplinary officer, Jeff Blackett, concludes his investigation into the alleged incident in the team's hotel.