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cps

 
cycles per second; see hertz.

cps

Abbreviation for cycles per second.

cps

cycles per second; see hertz.

cps

abbreviation for cycle per second. See hertz.

CPS

Abbreviation for:
Canadian Paediatric Society
Canadian Pain Society
Cancer Prevention Study
cardioplegic solution
central payments system
chest pain syndrome
Child Personality Scale
Child Protection Services (Medspeak-UK)
Child-Pugh score
chronic pain syndrome
chronic paranasal sinusitis
coagulase-positive Staphylococcus
Cognitive Performance Scale
community psychiatric service
complex partial seizures
critical payment system
cumulative pain score
cycle per second

cps

Abbreviation for cycles per second.
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In a statement, the IPCC said: "The Independent Police Complaints Commission has referred its investigation report into the fatal shooting of Azelle Rodney in Burnt Oak, Edgware, to the Crown Prosecution Service.
A spokeswoman for the Crown Prosecution Service said: "We reviewed the file and advised the police that on the information we had received from them that there was insufficient evidence at this time to provide a realistic prospect of conviction.
As is normal procedure in such inquiries, a file has been passed to the Crown Prosecution Service.
The Crown Prosecution Service has decided not to bring any charges after three people were arrested over the sale of rare antique books from a pounds 1 million council collection.
Four Crown Prosecution Service lawyers will be travelling to Germany to liaise with local courts when English trouble-makers are charged.
It has now emerged that a police inquiry into the matter has been closed on advice from the Crown Prosecution Service.
THE Crown Prosecution Service has been fined PS200,000 by watchdogs after videos of police interviews with tearful sex abuse victims were stolen in a burglary.
Janine Bailey, for the Crown Prosecution Service said: "Obviously nothing has been paid.
Fined PS183, victim surcharge of PS20, and costs of PS85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Following a lengthy Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation the Crown Prosecution Service has yet to make a decision as to whether or not police and NHS sta should be prosecuted.
Yesterday, the Crown Prosecution Service con-firmed that he will not be charged in relation to 13 alleged victims because of insufficient evidence, and that action will not be taken over another victim because it is not in the public interest.
Cathy Owens, spokeswoman for charity Rape Crisis, called on police forces and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to "take action" over how such offences are dealt with.