18:33 Jan 12, 2003
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Dutch term or phrase: S.C.P.
Ik denk dat Squadron Command Post hier een mogelijkheid is. Mischien voor politiepost?

Dit komt uit de zin: "Stuurde de dienstdoende wachtcommandant van de S.C.P. nevenst. ..."

Ik zou zeggen: 'stuurde de wachtcommandant van de nabijgelegen politiepost' wat ik in het Engels zal vertalen als: 'sent the commander of the nearby police station ... '

Het document is in het Nederlands, maar komt ergens vandaan waar men ook veel Engels spreekt.
Georgetina Meyer Kirkland
United States
Local time: 17:10

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2 +1Street Criminality Prevention
Henk Peelen



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Street Criminality Prevention


Note added at 2003-01-16 07:30:53 (GMT)

Street Crime Prevention (thanks eldira)

Note added at 2003-01-16 07:53:17 (GMT)

Street Crime Prevention (thanks eldira)

Iets van \"Speciaal Corps Politie\" zou me ook nog niet zo verkeerd lijken, ware het niet dat er \"de\" voor \"SCP\" staat.

Henk Peelen
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