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Following an initial assessment, ACSO will assist suitable clients with a treatment plan and access to a holistic set of supports to address their needs through the wide range of high-quality service providers in the region.
CEO of ACSO Karenza Louis-Smith said ACSO's services have been supporting people in the Loddon Mallee region for over 16 years and its new office in Bendigo marks its increasing investment in local services in the region and across regional Victoria.
has been awarded a federal grant to provide Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) training to public safety organizations and on a limited basis to the private sector in twelve (12) Counties identified as BAUASI region.
The ACSO Coroner s Bureau requires forensic toxicology testing services in order to determine the cause, manner and circumstances of death.
The ACSO Criminalistics Laboratory requires forensic toxicology testing services for law enforcement purposes, which include identification and quantitative analysis of drugs and alcohol from blood, urine and evidence specimens.
The County Intends To Release A Request For Proposal (RFP) And Award A 3-Year Contract (with Option To Renew) To The Bidder Selected As Most Capable Of Meeting The Acsos And The Countys Requirements.