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What does JAG stand for?

JAG stands for Joint Advisory Group

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Assistant Chief Constable Nick Croft of South Wales Police, who chairs the All Wales Roads Policing Joint Advisory Group, said: "This kind of policing is about denying criminals use of the roads, saving the ordinary driver from higher insurance premiums and reducing road casualties.
At the ITC's Joint Advisory Group (JAG) meeting in December, ITC's members have endorsed the organization's Consolidated Programme Document for 2010 and its Strategic Plan for the next four years.
The hospital was visited by members of a joint advisory group from several Royal Colleges in February, and, after implementing a few recommendations, was issued with full accreditation.
Last week's joint advisory group meeting, involving the RCA, racecourse and BHB representatives and the broadcaster, cleared the way, but the vital breakthrough was made at earlier discussions between the two media companies, the Tote and executives from Racecourse Holdings Trust and Arena Leisure, who carried the backing of Northern Racing.
But members of the Black Country joint advisory group - involving representatives from Sandwell, Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton - believe the number of tourists could be increased, boosting the region's economy and creating more jobs.