ADOC

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AcronymDefinition
ADOCAssociazione per la Difesa e l'Orientamento dei Consumatori
ADOCAdo Connect
ADOCAlabama Department of Corrections
ADOCArizona Department of Corrections
ADOCArizona Department of Commerce
ADOCAir Defense Operations Command (Singapore)
ADOCAir Defense Operations Center
ADOCAffiliated Doctors of Orange County (California)
ADOCApogee Doctor on Call
ADOCAirline Direct Operating Cost
ADOCAdvanced Deployment Operations Course (USAF)
ADOCArchitectural Description and Operational Concept
ADOCAccess Dallas Output Center (formerly DataDirect)
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A class action lawsuit was brought on behalf of women incarcerated by the Alabama Department of Corrections. The district court approved two four-year settlement agreements, finding them in full compliance with the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA) and to be fair, adequate and reasonable.
And finally, John Stewart, superintendent of education for the Department of Youth Services for the Alabama Department of Corrections, urged correctional educators to form an alliance to do whatever needs to be done to educate youths, including implementing technology in the form of distance learning, Internet access in libraries and classrooms, and computer literacy courses.
Thigpen, former commissioner of the Alabama Department of Corrections; and Gail D.
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