CLETA


Also found in: Encyclopedia.
AcronymDefinition
CLETAColorado Law Enforcement Training Academy
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
"Carefully reviewing the evidence on record, it does not show any 'unwarranted' benefits to Cleta Delos Santos, Gepana and Barba," the decision stated.
The CLETA found that, in stark contrast to the 168 hours devoted to instruction on firearms and other defense strategies, on average only 9 hours were devoted to mediation and conflict management, 10 hours to community partnership building and collaboration, and 12 hours to problem-solving approaches (Reaves 2016).
Fallout from the way the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) singled out certain groups applying for 501(c)(4) status under the federal tax code prompted a spirited exchange when Cleta Mitchell, a lawyer and conservative activist, went head to head with John Pomeranz, a lawyer advocating for more bright lines in how the IRS makes its determinations, and Marcus Owens, a former director of the IRS Exempt Organizations Division, a unit that Mitchell would like to see abolished.
“If you love cats, you'll love this book,” according to neighbor Cleta Lizas, “and if you're not a cat lover, you'll come away from it with an entirely new understanding.” Mrs.
In an interview on my radio program, Barron had a meltdown after I noted blatant hypocrisy in his apologizing for having rightly called conservative power attorney Cleta Mitchell a "nasty bigot" in a public forum.
* Cleta Nesslein, Perryville, Missouri, hopes someone has a recipe for a white cheese like her mother used to make during wheat harvests 60 or more years ago.
(53) Cleta Maria Galvez-Hjornevik,"Michener: Educator," 140.
Cleta Mitchell, a Washington, D.C., attorney who represented two advocacy groups supporting the challenge, described how the government used McCain-Feingold to come down on the nation's best-known environmentalist group.