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ACJAdministration of Criminal Justice (various locations)
ACJAllegheny County Jail (Pennsylvania)
ACJAsociación Cristiana de Jóvenes (Christian Youth Association, Guatemala)
ACJAcromioclavicular Joint
ACJA319 Corporate Jet (Airbus aircraft)
ACJAirbus Corporate Jetliner (aviation)
ACJAdvisory Committee on the Judiciary (New York)
ACJAmerican Committee on Jerusalem
ACJAmerican Communication Journal
ACJAllied Council for Japan (est. 1945)
ACJAmerican Council for Judaism (est. 1942)
ACJAmerican Council on Japan
ACJAustralian College of Journalism
ACJAlianza Mundial de Asociaciones Cristianas de Jóvenes (Spanish: World Alliance of YMCAs)
ACJArthrites Chroniques Juvéniles (French: Chronic Juvenile Arthritis)
ACJAnti-Car-Jacking (car security system)
ACJAssociation Culture et Jeunesse (French: Culture and Youth Association)
ACJAdvisory Circular Joint
ACJArtificially Constructed Junction
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Nancy is currently being held without bail at Allegheny County jail and was arraigned on charges of kidnapping a minor, interference with custody of children and concealment of whereabouts of a child.
No more selling drugs or "doing whatever it takes." He was starting a training program and work, and he had an ally in a community caseworker who would stand by him in the months ahead, all as part of an Allegheny County Jail Collaborative program.
He was being held at the Allegheny County Jail pending arraignment on charges as an adult of aggravated assault, attempted homicide and recklessly endangering other people.
This article reports on an effort supported by this act and best practice--the Allegheny County Jail Collaborative (ACJC) system, which is operated by jail and social service agencies--showing a 50 percent reduction in recidivism rates (Mellow, Mukamal, LoBuglio, Solomon, & Osborne, 2008; Solomon, 2008).
As a sophomore, for example, my clinical group visited the local Allegheny County Jail during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This study examined recidivism rates and survival time (period from release date to rearrest) among male ex-inmates released from the Allegheny County Jail in Pennsylvania during 2003 who were tracked for three years (N = 12,545).
A nearby Pennsylvania Department of Corrections institution (SCI-Albion) and a large county jail (Allegheny County Jail) about 130 miles away served as examples of accreditation success.
A visit to the Allegheny County jail in Pittsburgh used to be stressful for inmates' loved ones and their children.
A three-year University of Pittsburgh study of inmates who were provided with job training, education, drug and alcohol treatment, anger-management counseling, and other such services inside the Allegheny County Jail and after their release reached similar conclusions to the RAND study.
Nancy is being held in Allegheny County Jail without bail ahead of her first hearing on Sept.
Rustin to share what they had learned about the impact on children when parents are in the Allegheny County Jail. And just as quickly, the warden recognized the importance of improving visiting experiences for all children and families at the jail.
Perez through the streets of Pittsburgh's North Side and Allegheny County Jail as he uses religion to help men get themselves off the street and away from drug dealing.
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