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What does IPF stand for?

IPF stands for Iraqi Police Force

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  • Military and Government

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The deputy chairman of the Council, Sdoun Obeid al-Shlan told the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today that "accurate intelligence enabled the Iraqi police forces to arrest 15 elements of the al-Qaeda in the Al-Jazeera and Khalidiya, west of Fallujah, were trying to penetrate the sit-ins.
On the other hand, an Iraqi police force raided and searched the town of Al-Wehda, leading to the arrest of Falah Hamoudi Marzouq, the so-called "minister of finance of the Islamic state of Iraq," the source added, pointing out that the detainee had a previous post of "military amir" for Haditha town in Anbar district, and Biji town in Salah Al-Din district.
A number of armed groups have continued to target local and provincial government in Anbar in recent months, particularly after the Iraqi police force took responsibility for the whole province.
The issues that Nichols and his men from Charlie company face are manifold -- poverty, unemployment, drought, poor education, crime, lack of government funding and an Iraqi police force that is still learning the ropes interweave with complex tribal rivalries that can make equitable solutions hard to find.
Lieutenant Colonel Chris Hughes, a marine corps spokesman in Anbar, said the number of US troops there had dropped from 37,000 in February to 25,000, and the Iraqi police force had grown to 28,000, from 5,000 three years ago.