IPRTIrish Penal Reform Trust (Dublin, Ireland)
IPRTInstitute for Physical Research and Technology (Iowa State University)
IPRTIntensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Treatment
IPRTIndustrial Quality Platinum Resistance Temperature Detector
IPRTIndia Poker Ranking Tournament (Poker India Entertainment Enterprise)
IPRTIn-Process Review Team
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iPRT will be stepping up its recruitment plans to support its UK work and the upcoming work from Qatar, and most jobs will be recruited from the North East.
Due to his increased stability and improved functioning, his treatment team decides to refer him to an Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Treatment (IPRT) program, where he can concentrate on researching and pursuing his vocational goals.
Industrial platinum resistance thermometers (IPRTs) and thermistors
Not only are you a prisoner, you're a member of a minority DEIRDRE MALONE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR IPRT
The IPRT called on the Government and the Prison Service to set a date for it to end the practice.
IPRT chief Rick Lines said: "The deaths in Mountjoy tragically illustrate the urgent need for independent monitoring mechanisms in Irish jails."
IPRT executive director Rick Lines said: "This research shows clearly the electorate has a more sophisticated understanding of crime and punishment than they are given credit for.
Following three deaths in Mountjoy Prison, the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT) and Irish Council for Civil Liberties said measures must be taken to address human rights in jail.
The Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT) is to launch a campaign calling for visiting areas where partners of "lifers" can stay at night.
Valerie Bresnihan, head of the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT), said: "Nobody who looks like they may be about to commit suicide should be put in an isolation cell."
Now the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT) is asking: "What has Justice Minister John O'Donoghue got to hide?"