APRI

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AcronymDefinition
APRIAmerican Prosecutors Research Institute
APRIAIDS Project Rhode Island
APRIAmerica's Pet Registry, Inc. (Harvey, AR)
APRIAdvanced Projects Research, Incorporated
APRIAnimal Production Research Institute
APRIAssociazione dei Precari della Ricerca Italiani (Italian: Italian Association of Precarious Research; est. 2008)
APRIAST (Aspartate Aminotransferase) Platelet Ratio Index (fibrosis)
APRIAtlanta Public Radio Initiative
APRIAir Priority
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1 Since 1990, the American Prosecutors Research Institute (APRI), the research and technical assistance affiliate of the National District Attorneys Association, has followed this prosecutorial trend closely.
Formerly with the American Prosecutors Research Institute in Alexandria, Virginia, Ms.
Editor's Note: The American Prosecutors Research Institute (APRI, the research and development division of the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA)) has recently published the final report in the PERFORMANCE MEASURES FOR PROSECUTORS SPECIAL TOPICS SERIES.
Department of Justice, or the National District Attorneys Association and the American Prosecutors Research Institute.
To examine these issues, the American Prosecutors Research Institute (APRI, the research and development division of the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA)), with funding from the JEHT Foundation, conducted a study to explore the role of prosecutors in comprehensive reentry initiatives, activities, and programs.
Fanflik is the deputy director of the Office of Research and Evaluation, American Prosecutors Research Institute, the research and development division of the National District Attorneys Association.
Editor's Note: This article was previously published by the American Prosecutors Research Institute, the research and development division of the National District Attorneys Association, in THE INFORMANT, volume 2, number 3, 2006.
LoConto is the staff attorney in the Drug Prosecution and Prevention Program of the American Prosecutors Research Institute, the research and development division of the National District Attorneys Association.
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