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(This article is about the British police. For other uses, see Criminal Investigation Department (disambiguation).) The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is the branch of all territorial police forces within the British Police, and many other Commonwealth police forces, to which plain clothes detectives belong. It is thus distinct from the Uniformed Branch and the Special Branch. In 1854, with an increasing amount of detective work to be done, Nottingham Borough Police set up the county's first CID section.

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  • Le Criminal Investigation Department (CID) est le département dans toutes les forces policières territoriales de la police au Royaume-Uni et des forces policières de plusieurs pays membres du Commonwealth of Nations, auquel sont rattachés les détectives en civil. Il est donc distinct des départements qui regroupent les détectives en uniforme et du Special Branch.
  • (This article is about the British police. For other uses, see Criminal Investigation Department (disambiguation).) The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is the branch of all territorial police forces within the British Police, and many other Commonwealth police forces, to which plain clothes detectives belong. It is thus distinct from the Uniformed Branch and the Special Branch. In 1854, with an increasing amount of detective work to be done, Nottingham Borough Police set up the county's first CID section.
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  • (This article is about the British police. For other uses, see Criminal Investigation Department (disambiguation).) The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is the branch of all territorial police forces within the British Police, and many other Commonwealth police forces, to which plain clothes detectives belong. It is thus distinct from the Uniformed Branch and the Special Branch. In 1854, with an increasing amount of detective work to be done, Nottingham Borough Police set up the county's first CID section. The Metropolitan Police Service CID, the first such organisation, was founded in 1878 by C. E. Howard Vincent. Originally, it was under the direct command of the Home Secretary, but since 1888 has been under the authority of the Commissioner.
  • Le Criminal Investigation Department (CID) est le département dans toutes les forces policières territoriales de la police au Royaume-Uni et des forces policières de plusieurs pays membres du Commonwealth of Nations, auquel sont rattachés les détectives en civil. Il est donc distinct des départements qui regroupent les détectives en uniforme et du Special Branch.
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