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AcronymDefinition
DETDetective
DETDepartment of Education and Training (Australia)
DETDetroit
DETDetail
DETDetector
DETDetachment
DETDeterminant (mathematics)
DETDetonator
DETDetach(ed)
DETDetonate
DETDetainee
DETDepartment of Employment and Training
DETData Entry Terminal
DETN,N-Diethyltryptamine
DETData Element Type (function point analysis)
DETDirectory Entry Table (Novell NetWare)
DETDirect Energy Transfer
DETDetached Duty (overtime forms)
DETDevice Execute Trigger
DETDetection Error Trade-Off
DETDivision of Enterprise Technology (Utah and Wisconsin)
DETDistributed Explosive Technology
DETDigital Emotional Technology (JVC)
DETDiplôme d'Etudes Théâtrales (French: Theatre Studies Diploma; various universities)
DETDisplaced Equipment Training
DETDouble End Trimmed (lumber)
DETDetermination of Equivalent Treatment
DETData Event Table (PSIP, HDTV broadcasting)
DETDomestic Emission Trading
DETDynamic Environment and Terrain
DETDecomposition Event Tree
DETDiversity Education Team
DETDirected Enforcement Team
DETDevelopment Error Tracer
DETDynamically Extensible Transfer
DETDate Entered Training
DETDesign Evaluation Test
DETDetailed Electrical Test
DETDetroit City Airport, Detroit, Michigan (Airport Code)
DETDirectorate of Educational Technology (US Army)
DETDirector of Event Technology
DETDisplaced Equipment Team
DETDistortion Energy Theory
DETDiffusion Électro Thermique (French: Electro Thermal Diffusion)
DETDirection de l'Exécution des Contrats de Travaux (French: Directorate for the Execution of Work Contracts)
DETDécentralisation et Économie des Territoires (French: Decentralization and the Economy of Territories)
DETDistributed Energy Technologies
DETDepartamento de Educación Teológica
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The release and transfer of detainees is a combined effort of the I Corps provost marshal, major subordinate commanders, Task Force 134, the GOI, and provincial Iraqi leaders.
Scott Shumate, director of behavioral science for the Pentagon's Counterintelligence Field Activity division, who, according to his own bio, had "engaged in risk assessments of the Guantanamo Bay detainees.
As White House Counsel, Gonzales advised President Bush to not apply Geneva protections to detainees captured in Afghanistan, in part because this "substantially reduces the threat of domestic criminal prosecution under the War Crimes Act," Gonzales wrote in his January 25, 2002, memo to the President.
Detainees work in the jail kitchen preparing or serving meals or cleaning, landscaping and cleaning the barracks.
Among detainees who used crack or powder cocaine, there appears to be much higher rates of STDs than among the general detainee population, since 50 percent or more of detainees with STDs also were crack and powder cocaine users.
Louisiana and Jamaica on a story that changed federal government policy and gave detainees a voice to demand their own better treatment.
He added that 477 detainees are serving a minimum of one life term, 439 serving terms of at least 20 years, and 1047 detainees have been sentenced to 10-20 years.
These personnel provide custody, control, and care of detainees while maintaining dignity and respect for the enemy.
The Geneva Convention also makes it clear that it isn't for Rumsfeld to decide whether the detainees are ordinary criminal suspects rather than PoWs.
Another detainee, a forty-one-year-old small business owner from Newburyport, Massachusetts, asks that his name not be used because he is in the process of applying for his green card.
Shortly before the deployment of the 551st Military Police Company, Colonel John Chambliss, commander of the 16th Military Police Brigade, visited the company at Fort Campbell and explained to its leadership that there was no room for error in the detainee operations arena.
The personal representative of the estate of a pretrial detainee who committed suicide while incarcerated brought an action against a sheriff, in his official capacity, asserting claims for deliberate indifference to the detainee's medical needs in violation of [section] 1983, negligent training and supervision of jail employees, and vicarious liability for the employees' negligence.