Meanwhile, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office on Friday indicted Haneda and Tokyo detective agency president Koichi Horiuchi, 43, on charges of violating the Local Public Service Law, which prohibits civil servants from leaking any information or intelligence they acquire in connection with their jobs.
What does LPSL stand for?
LPSL stands for Local Public Service Law (Japan)
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- Lane Powell Spears Lubersky LLP
- Laupahoehoe Public & School Library (Laupahoehoe, HI)
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- Learman, Peters, Sarow, and McQuillan, PLC (law firm)
- Levenson Phase Shift Mask
- Libertarian Party of San Mateo County (California)
- Limoges Plongée Sous Marine (French scuba diving club)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Tetsuro Shirakawa, 42, a former sergeant at the Oi Police Station, was dismissed from duty last June over the incident for violating the Local Public Service Law.
The Nagoya District Court on Wednesday sentenced a former Aichi prefectural police officer to a one-year prison term suspended for three years for violating the Local Public Service Law in a breach of privacy last August.