ATSA

AcronymDefinition
ATSAAssociation for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
ATSAAviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001 (USA)
ATSAAmerican Translation Studies Association (now ATISA)
ATSAAutomated Timber Sale Accounting
ATSAAmerican Tactical Shooting Association
ATSAAssembly of Turkish Student Associations
ATSAAdvanced Tactical Support Aircraft
ATSAAircraft Technical Support Association
ATSAAero Tech Service Associates, Inc.
ATSAAdvanced Tactical SIGINT Architecture
ATSAAir Traffic System Analysis
ATSAAccess to Space Agents (NASA)
ATSAAntipodal Tapered-Slot Antenna
References in periodicals archive ?
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) (2013) Practice Guidelines for Assessment, Treatment Interventions and Management Strategies for Male Adult Sexual Abusers, ATSA, Beaverton, OR.
143 (2003) (criticizing the ATSA Practice Standard Guidelines and arguing that many sex offender treatment programs are antithetical to traditional mental health ethics).
ATSA (Briere & Runtz, 1989) is an additive index of the score on 15 items regarding positive attitudes toward sex between children and adults, and sexual abuse of children (scale 15-70, mean 29.
On appeal, the Arkansas Supreme Court held for the first time in April 2004 that ATSA preempted any tort law recovery for loss of a trade secret.
Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Offenders (adopted March 20, 2001) [hereinafter ATSA Civil Commitment], available at http://www.
ATSA was signed into law last fall and established the TSA to federalize airport security.
Entered Distribution Agreement with ATSA CHILE SA to supply bioplastic resins in Chile and Peru.
CHRISTIAN ATSA Ucan flourish for Everton in the second half of the season after fully adapting to the Premier League, predicts Roberto Martinez.
By 2001, ATSA was recommending that assessors take age into account and acknowledged that, compared to adult assessment, far less was known about the meaningful and valid assessment and treatment of juveniles.