(72) The BJA
should actively seek out these teaching opportunities, on this or any other relevant subject.
"The fact that we were nominated for this award and voted for by BJA
Members shows that we must be doing something right and it makes the award all the more satisfying.
chief affirmed that the SCW's anniversary is a happy occasion to celebrate, given the important role the SCW has played in the advancement of the Bahraini society.
For the BJA
initiative to succeed, private companies should provide the association with the suitable vacant positions they have, Ahdeya said.
Since the implementation of the Second Chance Act five years ago, BJA
has awarded more than $250 million in grants to nearly 500 recipients.
Spokesperson noted that the dissatisfaction with the status quo would be resolved by collecting proposals and organizing discussions in order to reach more concrete ideas.
cultural and foreign relations committee head Abdulla Al Mannai said the association took the initiative to create the code after the recommendation was put forward at the National Dialogue last year.
"Kevin is well known and respected throughout the industry and brings with him a wealth of experience with control and monitoring systems," says Jim McPhun, director of bja
. "His area of expertise will allow us to develop this sector of the market and will be of great benefit to our clients."
Last year, BJA
entered the wind turbine field, producing magnets for the turbine generators.
Diversity Series: Religions, Cultures, and Communities, a DVD series sponsored by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA
) and the Chicago Police Department, explores some of the many religions and cultures with which law enforcement officials come into contact.
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 Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA
), a division of the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, Rockville, MD, has begun the publication of 'Drug Courts," a monthly bulletin that examines various aspects of drug enforcement and adjudication.