DTTO

AcronymDefinition
DTTODrug Treatment and Testing Order (UK criminal system)
DTTODeutsche Trecker Treck Organisation
DTTODesign and Technology Teachers of Ontario (now Applied Science and Technology Teachers of Ontario; Ontario, Canada)
DTTODutch Taekwondo Tournament Organization (also see NTWO)
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Sheriff Pettigrew knocked back his appeal for placing Staniforth, formerly of Seedhill Road in the town, on an expensive DTTO, which costs the taxpayer more than PS10,000 a year.
Sheriff Gilchrist however added that he was prepared to impose a DTTO again, the first appointment being 3.30pm that day, which would be reviewed on a
Collins will face regular reviews of his DTTO, the first of which takes place on July 12.
Despite a "less than glowing" initial assessment, defence solicitor Willie Young added that his client had an invitation to be fully assessed because he met the criteria to be placed on a DTTO.
Intralinguistic quasi-synonymy: SOBRECONTRATACIoN--SOBREVENTA--SOBREOCUPACIoN - EXCESO DE RESERVA; it is also used in specialized syntagms, where this relation is established for each sector individually: SOBREVENTA AEREA (14) - SOBRECONTRATACION AEREA (15), and SOBRECONTRATACION HOTELERA (DTTO) - SOBREVENTA HOTELERA (16) - SOBREOCUPACION HOTELERA--SOBRERRESERVA HOTELERA.
The implementation of Drug Treatment and Testing Orders (DTTOS) encountered a number of difficulties that appeared to be related to the cultural, ideological and philosophical differences between the treatment and criminal justice staff, resulting in fundamental problems around partnership working between the two groups (Turnbull et al, 2000; Hough et al, 2003; National Audit Office, 2004).
A Scottish Government spokesman said: "DTTOs target high-tariff offenders who have a number of previous convictions, and might otherwise be facing jail.
In 2005, a new "Community Order" replaced Drug Testing and Treatment Orders (DTTO) for adults.
The report said there was a failure to enforce his Drug Treatment and Testing Order (DTTO) with evidence of 11 drug tests rather than the required 32.
"I've got a 12-month DTTO and if it wasn't for this project I reckon I'd be back inside by now.
The court heard that Randle, who was described at the previous hearing as 'a wretched nuisance', was a persistent offender with a number of convictions for offences including shoplifting, and in May was given a Drug Treatment and Testing Order (DTTO) for a theft offence.