DCJS

AcronymDefinition
DCJSDirector of the Combined Joint Staff (Joint Effects Coordination Board; various armed forces)
DCJSDepartment of Criminal Justice Services (Virginia)
DCJSDivision of Criminal Justice Services (New York)
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1-102 and strengthen its language, giving DCJS and CJSB the "power and duty to" promulgate rules and regulations.
A similar letter was sent to Mike Harvey , executive director of the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy , the agency that actually approved the DCJS accreditation.
contained in formalized testimonial materials, such as affidavits,'" the DCJS and NYSP personnel's certifications of accuracy would seem to fall squarely within the "common nucleus" of Crawford's various definitions of "testimonial.
Data were provided by the DCJS to the author in the form of micro-level arrest incidents and de-identified individual ID numbers.
The results were then processed through DCJS and sent to HHC, with the entire process averaging ten weeks and often resulting in delayed hiring.
He also has written and compiled lesson plans entitled, "Training Standards for Security Canines and Handler" for the Virginia DCJS in 1998, "Training Standards: Canines in Tactical, Patrol & Narcotics Application" for the Massachusetts CTC in 1992, and "Training Standards: Basic Police Canine Patrol Dog Training Academy" for the Massachusetts CTC in 1986.
We are thrilled that the DCJS, one of the nation's leading developers of criminal justice technologies and information systems, selected MapInfo to develop this state-of-the-art application.
Furthermore, Delores has worked as a DCJS instructor for 30 years as a General Instructor on the public side and has instructed on Cultural Diversity, Sex Crimes Investigations, Juvenile Matters, Community Policing, and Arrest Procedures.
The system will provide for electronically transporting data to the DCJS, the jail system, or from locality to locality.
is pleased to announce that it has attained licensure through the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services as a Private Security Services Business under DCJS license # 11-5867.
In addition to these DCJS submissions, L-1 will offer its service centers to banks for processing American Bankers Association (ABA), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and The Clearinghouse submissions, as well as FINRA submissions from brokerages.
Data Clarity Suite to Support DCJS in Goal of Reducing Violent and Firearm Crime