Prior to joining the police force, Collier had specialized in information technology at the Somerville Police Department, and volunteered as an auxiliary police officer.
What does APO stand for?
APO stands for Auxiliary Police Officer
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of APO
We have 171 other meanings of APO in our Acronym Attic
- Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
- Audio Processing Object
- Audit Policy and Oversight (US DoD IG (Inspector General))
- Ausserparlamentarische Opposition (Students' Movement in Germany in the late 1960's)
- Austin Philharmonic Orchestra (Austin, TX)
- Australian Post Office
- Authorized Personnel Only
- Authorized Personnel Only (Alias TV show)
- Automated Project Order Form System
- Autopilot-Off (band)
- AWIPS Program Office (US DoD)
- FAA Aviation Policy and Plans Office
- Optical Answer Print
- acid position 3500 of apolipoprotein B
- Army Program Office-Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (US Army)
- Army Post Office / Fleet Post Office
- Albuquerque Police Officers Association
- Andhra Pradesh Olympic Association (Andhra Pradesh, India)
- Antimony Products of America (est. 1974)
- Apolipoprotein A
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Land Transport Authority presently depends on traffic wardens, auxiliary police officers and its own uniformed enforcement officers to enforce parking regulations.
On Saturday, an auxiliary police officer died while on duty in an ice-caused car accident on a highway in Guizhou, when he was assisting at the scene of another accident, also caused by the icy weather.
Skepticism doesn't bother 54-year-old Barnes, a Navy veteran, former Indianapolis 500 racecar mechanic, excavator and Florence auxiliary police officer.
The following correction was published in the Telegram & Gazette on November 15, 2012: Because of a reporter's error, attorney Roger Banks' title was incorrect in an article about the arrest of Wales Auxiliary Police Officer Matthew McGoldrick in Wednesday's Telegram & Gazette.
Twenty-eight sworn officers, 4 full-time civilian dispatchers, 3 full-time secretaries, and 3 auxiliary police officers staff the department, which received 27,531 calls for service and handled 14,490 incident reports in 1996.