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What does D/Sgt stand for?

D/Sgt stands for Detective Sergeant

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The picture shows from left to right Detective Jack White, Cadet Arthur Puckrin, Constable John Moore and Detective Sergeant John Dent.
Detective Sergeant Gareth Morgan said: "This is a despicable crime where the person responsible has targeted premises that play a significant role in this small community.
A detective sergeant in the PSNI's major investigation team told judge Barney McElholm at Londonderry Magistrate's Court that the nature of the investigation was murder.
Sergeant Michael Lawrence, Coxswain Michael Brennan and Able Seaman Stuart Lynn have been commended for outstanding bravery after a man fell into the water at the Pier Head; Detective Sergeant Nigel Pimlett has been commended for dedication and consistently providing a high level of performance; Diane Harvey for dedication, commitment and enthusiasm and Inspector Gordon Read for leadership, commitment and professionalism.
Anyone with information should call Detective Sergeant Guy Newham on 01642 303126 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
Sidney Fillery, 61, an ex- Detective Sergeant with the Metropolitan Police, has been charged with perverting the course of justice.
A detective sergeant, currently still with the Metropolitan Police, and a detective constable who has now moved to Derbyshire Police were ordered to resign from their posts after admitting a number of failings.
Detective Sergeant Richard Rees said: "We would advise people to secure doors and windows at all times and especially before going to bed at night.
John Michael Matthews (58), a serving detective sergeant with Staffordshire Police, and Anthony Wood (63) and Gary Flanagan (41), both former detective sergeants with the same force, appeared at London's Bow Street Magistrates Court.
A detective sergeant told the magistrate that Shoukri replied not guilty when the charges were put to him on Friday.
Any agency requiring additional information or a copy of the fingerprint card should contact Detective Sergeant Ken McClenic of the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, Pascagoula, Mississippi, at 228-769-3063 or at ken_mcclenic@co.