from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- abbreviation Criminal Investigation Department
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caller identification; a feature that identifies the phone number of the caller.
- abbreviation UK Criminal Investigation Department.
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Alphonso X. (died 1284); (2) "The Chronicle of the Cid", perhaps extracts from the first, and (3) Various Poems and Romances of the CID from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century.
$query = "SELECT * FROM mypersonalcontacts WHERE CID = '$CID'";
Im so glad I work in CID and not a unifomed officer, at least we at a “basic level” can ignore the stupid people on April 27, 2009 at 12: 34 pm roy in nipomo
Call in CID and have them see if there's was a need to worry.
Sorry, been a shinny a£&e in CID for some years now, however, always loved Public Order events like this (mayday protests).
Ignore the TV dramas – your local CID is too short-staffed to investigate most crime, says Philip Johnston.
There will also be the occasional hand wringers left in CID, but only until about 10.00 pm.
… and yeah, I took the “CID from the pub” bit to be a joke, and no offence taken!
GOOOOODDDDD DAAAAMMMM ITS WARM TODAY FELLOW DEFENDERS OF THE REALM!!!!!! however i am now nursing a nice lager shandy (off duty of course, im not in CID) and sat in the shade. meanwhile up north today i had to stifle mirth (not very succesfully) as we placed a ‘regular service user’ into a cell. as i left him and came home i hear he was still kicking off about how stifling his cell is … … .. clearly the systems failed him and i feel absolutely dreadful for him … … …. no honestly i do … … … … on July 1, 2009 at 7: 42 pm | Reply Olivers Army
In the RUC you could get 10 CC’s a year in CID, none in uniform.