The delegation of JSO
along with the team of Al-Khidmat headed by its General Secretary Engr Abdul Aziz, Manzar Alam and others visited the quake hit areas and distributed ration bags, tents, essential commodities and gifts among the children.
In November 2001, the JSO
rebelled against the Serbian government because it feared that Djindjic's cooperation with the Hague tribunal could lead to the arrest of many JSO
members and their protectors for committing war crimes during the 1990s.
Clearly, Congress intended for JSOs
to serve a unique purpose in the joint organization--to provide comprehensive, inherently joint strategic advice to senior military commanders and top civilian officials.
In proceeding, it is wise to remember that it is the product, not the process, which counts and for which JSOs
will be judged in the long run.
The bureau and the JSO
currently work together to manage the SDF.
Therefore, a JSO
is defined as a person who committed a sexual offense and who by law is considered to be old enough to be held criminally responsible for his or her actions but not old enough to be subjected to the fullest extent of adult law (Barbaree & Marshall, 2006).
An octet is a great thing in the hands of someone who knows what they are doing and on the strength of this second disc the JSO
are in safe hands.
The system will supplement the existing Joint Specialty System and will replace the old JSO
designation with the new name, Joint Qualified Officer (JQO).
Dozens went home with tickets from JSO
for riding illegally.
is "a term for officers who are particularly trained
As the lead agency with the primary responsibility for overall event security, JSO
was on task from the start.
operations center, located in the Veteran's Memorial Arena adjacent to Alltel Stadium, was staffed with members of the JSO
operations command staff.