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What does DCS stand for?

DCS stands for Detective Chief Superintendent (British police)


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Detective Chief Superintendent Stewart Swinson, inset, who was Cleveland Police's head of crime, was found dead in March last year.
It's been a complete and utter shambles," Phil Shiner, from Public Interest Lawyers, told the BBC, a former Detective Chief Superintendent of Staffordshire Police who is heading the IHAT.
David Douglas, the former Metropolitan Police detective chief superintendent who joined the board of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) last month, will meet management of the News of the World, which filmed Higgins allegedly agreeing to accept pounds 261,000 in return for fixing the outcome of four frames in matches to be played later this year.
Chairman of the eCrime Wales steering group, Detective Chief Superintendent Chris Corcoran said: "The local businesses often have fraud in the back of their minds, but don't necessarily know who to turn to for advice or where to go to report fraud.
Detective Chief Superintendent Anthony Doherty, Detective Chief Superintendent Brian McNeill, Donna Dawber of Merseyside police's press office and Ann Kay, a support officer, were also commended, along with 62 other officers and staff.
Detective Chief Superintendent Tony Porter, the head of the north-west counter-terrorism unit, said: "Today's action is part of a continuing investigation and we have acted on intelligence received.
After talking to Detective Chief Superintendent Hamish Campbell, who was in charge of the original Dando inquiry, and Commander Simon Foy, head of the Yard's homicide and serious crime unit, Assistant Commissioner John Yates said the evidence in the case would be reexamined in an attempt to find new leads.