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What does SIS stand for?

SIS stands for Special Investigations Section


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The national police special investigations section chief, police colonel Daniel Mukalay , is charged along with three majors and other ranking police officers for the murder of Floribert Chebeya, a dissident who was found dead in his car in June, the clerk of Kinshasa 's Gombe military court told AFP on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, after a quick and unusual undercover sting, detectives with MetroÕs Special Investigations Section issued two misdemeanor citations to Radosevich alleging he practiced law at his Hughes Center office without a license and obtained money under a false pretense.
Saturday, Essrig and Flory were casing out potential targets in Glendale when they were arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department's Special Investigations Section, which had been trailing the pair based on a tip from a confidential informant.
The national police special investigations section chief, Colonel Daniel Mukalay , is charged along with three majors and other ranking police officers for the murder of Floribert Chebeya, a dissident who was found dead in his car in June, the clerk of Kinshasa 's Gombe military court told AFP.
Byline: James Nash Staff Writer The elite Special Investigations Section, which pursues the city's most dangerous criminals, could be disbanded under a plan to reorganize the LAPD, the police officers union warned Wednesday.
The civil rights suit, brought by the parents of Daniel Soly, accuses the Los Angeles Police Department's Special Investigations Section of excessive force during the June 26, 1995, shootout.
The LAPD Special Investigations Section officers were in ``a loose perimeter'' around the suspects' car after following it to Lancaster, Parks said.