ECO

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AcronymDefinition
ECOEngineering Change Order
ECOElectronic Central Office
ECOEcology
ECOEconomics
ECOEngineering, Construction & Operations
ECOEconomic Cooperation Organization
ECOEnvironmental Careers Organization
ECOElectronic Control (Sprint)
ECOEurope Centrale et Orientale (France: Central and Eastern Europe)
ECOEscherichia Coli
ECOEarly Childhood Outcomes
ECOEngineering Change Order (various companies)
ECOEpichlorohydrin (rubber)
ECOEnvironmental Career Opportunities
ECOEmil Chronicle Online (role-playing game)
ECOEthernet Connection (NEC)
ECOEarls Court and Olympia (London, England)
ECOExecutive Council Office (Canada)
ECOExport Control Officer
ECOEducation and Communication Officer (UK)
ECOEuropean Cluster Observatory (regional economic information)
ECOEnvironmental Conservation Organization
ECOEnterprise Core Objects
ECOEconomy Mode
ECOEconomy
ECOEnterprise Configurator
ECOEvangelical Covenant Order (Presbyterian denomination)
ECOEarly Canadiana Online (digital library)
ECOEnvironmental Commissioner of Ontario (Canada)
ECOElectronic Collections Online (various organizations)
ECOExecution and Control of Operations
ECOEngine Certification Office (FAA)
ECOEntry Clearance Officer (UK immigration)
ECOEnvironment Control Officer (Singapore)
ECOEncyclopedia of Chess Openings
ECOEnhanced Company Operations (US Marine Corps)
ECOElectronic Combat Officer (US DoD)
ECOEdison-Chouest Offshore
ECOEmergency Custody Order (mental health)
ECOEnvironmental and Conservation Organisations (of Aotearoa, New Zealand)
ECOEnterprise Core Object
ECOElectron-Coupled Oscillator
ECOEnergy Cut Off
ECOEcological Scenario
ECOEmergency Coordinating Officer
ECOEquity Carve-Out
ECOEntry Control Officer (UK fire service)
ECOEarth Communication Office
ECOEuropean Communications Office
ECOElectronic Countermeasures Officer
ECOEquitable Consideration Offer (IRS)
ECOEquipment Control Officer
ECOEmergency Changeover Order signal (CCS #7 & ITU-T)
ECOExport Control Organization (UK)
ECOEntrega Comunicación Oración (Spanish: Delivery Communication Prayer)
ECOEnhanced Connectivity Options (AT&T)
ECOEuropean Certifying Organization SpA (Italy)
ECOEconomic Competitive Opportunity
ECOElectioneering Communication Organizations
ECOEmergency Control Officer
ECOEnvironmental Citizen Organisation
ECOEnd Central Office (NARTE)
ECOEmbarkation Control Office
ECOEngagement Control Officer (Tomahawk)
ECOEdit Change Order
ECOonline Electronic Certificate of Origin (trade)
ECOExtraordinary Customer Opportunity (Sprint)
ECOExperiment in Construction with Object-Oriented Methods
ECOEqual Competitive Opportunity (FCC)
ECOElite Combat Operatives (gaming clan)
ECOEnvironmental Compliance Organization International LLC (Portland, OR)
References in periodicals archive ?
Respond to individuals under an Emergency Custody Order (hereinafter ECO ) within one hour of referral from local CSB 24/7/365, a single point of contact will be established for all referrals: : Response phone call will be made within 10 minutes of the referral.
Providing safe transportation in the least restrictive manner for individuals under an emergency custody order ("ECO") or temporary detention order ("TDO") is a continuing challenge in Virginia.
Any citizen who is concerned about another person's mental state and safety can apply to a magistrate for an emergency custody order.
A few hours earlier, the younger Deeds had been released from an emergency custody order after the local community services board said it was unable to locate a bed in the area within the six hours allotted by law.
182) Ex parte orders, however, whether issued as part of a temporary protection order or as an emergency custody order, do not conform to the UCCJA's notice provision.
Former world heavyweight champion Oliver McCall was ordered to a mental hospital after his wife took out an emergency custody order against him in Virginia.
Deborah Hall, and carried out through the actions of a local magistrate, first by issuing an emergency custody order (ECO) for Ms.
The statutory reforms of the 2014 General Assembly session revised Virginia's involuntary commitment system to require that persons in mental health crisis and subject to an Emergency Custody Order (ECO), who are found to meet the criteria for issuance of a Temporary Detention Order (TDO) for psychiatric hospitalization, will not be subject to release to the community for lack of a psychiatric hospital bed but instead will have an emergency psychiatric hospital bed provided
consider options to reduce the amount of resources needed to detain individuals during the emergency custody order period, including the amount of time spent providing transportation throughout the admission process.
In addition, 273 individuals, or 5 1/2 % of the TDOs issued during that three month period, were executed beyond the 6-hour time limit for converting an emergency custody order ("ECO") (75) to a TDO.
The survey data indicate that four-year colleges rarely initiated either an Emergency Custody Order ("ECO") or a Temporary Detention Order ("TDO") to detain students for emergency mental health evaluation in 2008-09, doing so for only 2 out of every 10,000 students.
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