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What does PSD stand for?
PSD stands for Professional Standards Division
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- Product Safety Directive
- Product Sales Data
- Product Service Description (Interoperability Elements of Service)
- Product Specifications Document
- Product System Demonstration
- Production Services Directory (film; various locations)
- Production Shutdown
- Professional Software Development
- Professional Staff Development
- Professional Standards Directorate (UK)
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He said Chief Gemme, "for malicious reasons unrelated to any legitimate purpose (apparently to satisfy his family friend)," ordered a second investigation by the Worcester Police Professional Standards Division that "was deliberately fixed in order to sustain administrative charges.
Acting Chief Supt Winton Keenen, from Northumbria Police's professional standards division, said: "The public quite rightly expects police officers and staff to behave with the highest standards of professionalism.
After McTaggart was given a 12 months suspended sentence with 200 hours community service at Southwark crown court, DI Jane Scotchbrook of Scotland Yard's professional standards division said: "The Metropolitan Police thanks the Mirror for bringing this to our attention.
The department also said it is making progress in creating a Professional Standards Division with an inspector general that would monitor the department and take a proactive approach in dealing with complaints.
The couple have now written to Andy Wilson, who heads the professional standards division at Essex Police, to again ask for answers as to why no action is being taken.
Along with the civilian-led Fire Commission, the department has enacted new disciplinary guidelines that spell out punishments for certain offenses and has created a Professional Standards Division that will include five trained civilians to investigate complaints.
The Matthewses now plan to write to Andy Wilson, who heads the professional standards division at Essex Police, to ask once again why no action is being taken.