He said this during the presidential palace ceremony for the appointment of the new deputy chief of police, which was not meritocratic, by any stretch of the imagination.
What does DCOP stand for?
DCOP stands for Deputy Chief of Police
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- Dial Central Office Management Information System
- Department of Communication
- Doctor of Communication (various universities)
- Deputy Commander of Operations
- Duignan Carthy O'Neill (accounting firm; Ireland)
- District Committee on Ordained Ministry
- Dayton Clinical Oncology Program (Ohio)
- DC Office of Planning (Washington, DC)
- Deputy Chief of Operations
- Deputy Chief of Party
- Desktop Communications Protocol
- Detailed Checkout Procedures (NASA)
- Disabilities and Computing Program (University of California, Los Angeles)
- Displays, Controls and Operations Procedures (NASA)
- Division of Counseling Psychology (British Psychological Society)
- Division of Certificate of Public Need (Virginia)
- Defense Committee On Research
- Design Chain Operations Reference (product design)
- Division Central Office of Record
- Deployer Core Equipment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rollins, the deputy chief of police of Lombard, where the Europe team were based, said: "We would have done the same for any American or European player, though I must admit it was extra special that he is the world No.
Rollins, the deputy chief of police of Lombard where the European team were based, said: "Some of my colleagues have jokingly said we shouldn't have taken him and the United States might have won the Ryder Cup.
The deputy chief of police in Mongolia and the director general from the Department for Policy Implementation and Co-ordination, Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs, were among the international delegates.
A petition was lodged on the 10 Downing Street website and got the backing of a former deputy chief of police Bill Brereton The change of status would require installing a hard shoulder, upgrading lighting, strengthening road barriers and prohibiting vehicles such as tractors and low powered motorbikes.
Robert Vernon, former deputy chief of police of Los Angeles, said law enforcement needs inspirational leadership and offered several personal anecdotes.
Like any criminal, they can be expected to arrested and prosecuted," said Morten Nielsen, deputy chief of police in Greenland.