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Synonyms for SCPO

a senior noncommissioned officer in the Navy or Coast Guard with a rank comparable to master sergeant in the Army

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Defending Jarvis yesterday, Phillip Tully argued the SCPO shouldn't be imposed because it was out of proportion and would hinder Jarvis' efforts to set himself up in employment when he came out of prison.
Avis, of Holmefield Road in Aigburth, will be the subject of an SCPO linked to travel, vehicles and communication devices when he is released.
They include 202 Serious Crime Prevention Orders (SCPOs).
"We are one with the family of SCPO Saavedra in seeking for an assurance that justice will be served," Sasil said.
SCPO Paddack is well-versed in a variety of topics ranging from tactics to operations, strategy, and policy.
The Serious Crimes Prosecutors Office (SCPO) investigated 273 criminal proceedings for narcotics trafficking.
SCPO Rodel Gamboa, USN, (Gold Star in lieu of Fifth Award), Stock Control and Stores Leading Chief Petty Officer, USS Emory S.
According to the Sofia City Prosecutoras Office (SCPO), the initial indictment against Defence Minister Nenchev is that, in the period 05.05.2015 a 09.09.2015, in his official capacity as a person occupying a post of grave responsibility a defence minister, he did not fulfill his professional obligations and did not ensure aviation safety and flight efficiency of the military aircraft belonging to the fighter jet aviation of Bulgaria.
Now the National Crime Agency has slapped Ferguson with a serious crime prevention order (SCPO) designed to restrict his use of cash and mobile phones in a bid to put an end to his crimes.
Treatment with different doses of PA markedly decreased the levels of AChE activity compared to the levels in the Scpo group (3 and 6 mg/kg, P < 0.05; 12 mg/kg, P < 0.01).
Last month, after Warren accepted a Serious Crime Prevention Order (SCPO) at the High Court, the outgoing director of public prosecutions, Keir Starmer, said there were "very real grounds to believe that without this order being made, Curtis Warren would continue to be involved in serious crime".
alastair Peckover, known as William Peckover, appeared at Brighton Crown Court this week after admitting breaching his Serious Crime Prevention order (SCPO).
As she reveals thinning lines between slavery and work and fair treatment and forced labor for a greater good, Valerie finds her initial ideals and appreciation of a simpler life are unfounded, and becomes even more uneasy with her role working for the government's SCPO unit.