Summary: Personnel of the Investigation and Criminal Investigation division at the Royal Oman Police in Batinah .
What does CID stand for?
CID stands for Criminal Investigation Division
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- Corporate Investments Division
- Correctional Institutions Division (Texas)
- Cosmetic Ingredient Declaration
- Counterintelligence Division
- Craft Interface Device
- Création Internationale Diffusion (French art supply company)
- Creative Interior Design (various locations)
- Criminal Intelligence Division
- Criminal Investigation Department
- Criminal Investigation Detachment
- Criminal Investigative Division (US)
- Critical Incident Detection
- Critical Item Development
- Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading (treatment)
- Crying in Disgrace
- Cryptologic Interface Device
- Cuadrante Inferior Derecho (Spanish: Lower Right Quadrant)
- Cubic Inch Displacement
- Culture and Image Design
- Current Interrupting Device
Samples in periodicals archive:
Later that evening a bewildered Kelsey explains to Criminal Investigation Division Major Julian Fordham what happened, but no corpse or other evidence is at the crime scene.
Currently, the Service is investigating several thousand offshore accounts, and has referred a large number of these to its Criminal Investigation Division.
Jim Andrews, who heads the county's Criminal Investigation Division, revealed that Salinas is also a suspect in a violent incident during which a Little Rock man was beaten "with a pipe during a burglary of the victim's residence.
SA * Paul Brenner has retired from the Army's Criminal investigation Division, but is called back by his former boss to investigate a murder that took place in Vietnam during the Tet Offensive as reported by a North Vietnamese soldier in a newly discovered letter to his brother.
In October 1996, two agents from the Army's Criminal Investigation Division called Adens to a meeting and asked him to testify against an associate of his, who the agents said was stealing and selling computers.