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AcronymDefinition
BJABureau of Justice Assistance (US Department of Justice)
BJABritish Journal of Anaesthesia
BJABritish Judo Association
BJABritish Jewellers' Association
BJABillie Joe Armstrong (lead singer of Green Day)
BJABritish Journal of Aesthetics
BJABelgium-Japan Association
BJABritish Journal of Addiction
BJABoard for Judicial Administration (Washington)
BJABrigade Judge Advocate
BJABijoux Jungblut Avocats (French law firm)
BJABaxter & Jacobson Architects (Australia)
BJABurlap and Jute Association (Dayton, OH)
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Funded under BJAs National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative, this program provides funding to support a community-based comprehensive approach to inventory and test kits that were housed in law enforcement storage rooms or other facilities that have never been submitted to the lab for testing.
BJA has a number of initiatives in place to help corrections professionals implement the PREA standards in the field.
The purpose of this article is two-fold: to increase the awareness of a problem every BJA will face, and to offer suggestions to solve it.
The BJA was launched in 2001 as an umbrella organisation for Bahrain-based journalists.
BJA Magnetics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bob Johnson Associates Inc.
Prior to that he was director of the BJA and before that as the deputy director of the BJA and director of Criminal Justice Services for the state of Ohio, USA.
cool rule BJA directors Jim McPhun (left) and Chris Williams with Business Link adviser Claire Draper and one of their thermal jackets at the company's Holmfirth premises
The May issue of the BJA bulletin, taglined 'An Effective Strategy for Communities Facing Methamphetamines,' provides an overview of the debilitating effects of methamphetamine, the program components of a drug court, examples of successful drug court programs in areas deeply affected by methamphetamine use, treatment and treatment protocols, probation and law enforcement, child protection cases, mental disorders, case studies of community programs, and policy recommendations for implementing a drug court that will target a methamphetamine-using population.
Roger Price, chief executive of the BJA, believes the surge in popularity of jewellery as a Christmas gift purchase is down to two main reasons - fashion and romance.
According to the BJA study, most Japanese companies based in Belgium find the host country an attractive investment location.
A dairy product company, which had once been chosen by the BJA as one of the "success stories" of Belgian companies in Japan, is now facing heavy financial losses because its products are stuck at customs in Japan.
The list of FY 1999 eligible applicants is located on the BJA home page.