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|The Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales and Northern Ireland(1)|
The provision of leadership to the Police Service of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The provision of contributions to the development and improvement of the Police Service of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The provision of a professional view on policing matters.
The co-ordination of the strategic policing response, in times of national need, on behalf of all chief police officers.
The promotion and development of high standards of professional knowledge and performance amongst its members.
The provision of member services.
The promotion of the Association.
|The Financial Ombudsman Service Limited(2)||The administration of an ombudsman scheme in accordance with Part 16 of, and Schedule 17 to, the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000(3).|
|The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service(4)|
The provision and maintenance of a central applications and admissions service in relation to:
A company incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 (c.46) with the registration number 3344583.
A company incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 with the registration number 3725015.
A company incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 with the registration number 2839815.
Paragraph 55(1)(b) of Schedule 1 was amended by SI 2005/1963, Schedule 3, paragraph 4 and Schedule 4.
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