These annual grants, continue to build on the partnership between government and provincial police leaders by aligning resources to support shared priorities, such as: the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (organized crime), the Internet Child Exploitation Unit, the Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime initiative, the Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program, Enhanced Investigations, and the recently announced Dedicated Traffic Safety Enforcement Units in central and southeast Saskatchewan.
What does CFSEU stand for?
CFSEU stands for Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit
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- Military and Government
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- Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards
- Canadian Forum on Southeastern Europe
- Cooperation Fund for Southeastern Europe (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
- Cold-Formed Steel Engineers Institute
- Culture Free Self Esteem Inventory
- Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (Detroit)
- Canadian Forces School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
- Centre for Strategic Economic Studies (Australia)
- Consumer Finances and Socio-Economic Survey (Sri Lanka)
- Cape Fear Surfrider Foundation (North Carolina)
- Christian Faculty and Staff Fellowship (Missouri)
- Cold Formed Steel Framing
- Covenant First Step Fund (Houston, TX)
- Credit and Financial Services Fund (India)
- Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship Foundation (est. 1999; Evanston, IL)
- Campaign For Smaller Faster Code
- China Fire & Security Group
- Classification of Finite Simple Groups
- Combat Flight Simulator Group (online gaming forum)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The operation was called "Project CONNECTIVITY" and was executed by the Investigators of the Aboriginal Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (A-CFSEU).
A Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU), composed of members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Surete du Quebec and First Nations law officers, enabled officers to get specialized training in fighting organized crime and lent more manpower to the effort to stem drug trafficking.