Law and Government
- Structural Adjustment Program, of the International Monetary Fund
- Special access program, Pentagon terminology for secret government programs
- Stabilisation and Association Process, of the European Union for the western Balkans states
- Seabirds Advisory Panel, a committee set up to advise the British Birds Rarities Committee on seabird records
- SAP scale, a UK legal term
- Sentencing Advisory Panel, a UK legal body
- South African Police, the national law enforcement organisation of South Africa between 1913 and 1994
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