MDOC

AcronymDefinition
MDOCMississippi Department of Corrections
MDOCMichigan Department of Corrections
MDOCMobile Disk on Chip
MDOCMinnesota Department of Corrections (prison system)
MDOCMassachusetts Department of Correction (Boston, MA)
MDOCMobile Disk-On-Chip
MDOCMobilization and Demobilization Operations Center (US Army)
MDOCMild Disturbance of Consciousness
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However, the MDOC claimed it was powerless to give him the position because it was the Civil Service Commission who made the final decision, according to plaintiff's counsel.
Her claims against MDOC under 4633 of the MHRA alleged that MDOC interfered with her MHRA-protected right to work free from discrimination and that MDOC's revocation of her security clearance was unlawful retaliation.
In MDOC, a 10-bed Behavior Management Unit (BMU) has been developed for male inmates with severe behavioral problems and very lengthy restrictive housing sanctions in the Departmental Disciplinary Unit, which is the restricted housing unit with the highest level of security.
As a cooperative venture between MDOC and the Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History, Cell Block 7 contains exhibits that use objects such as photographs, letters and journals, replica prison uniforms, prison-made furniture, and a mock cell to explore the history of prisons in the southern Michigan community.
My friends and I all worked for the MDOC for several years and are avid outdoorsmen.
The Mdoc tour starts in Margaux with a visit to one of its most famous wineries and a cellar tour.
Researchers from the French National History Museum have discovered that Caronne Sainte Gemme, along with the great Chateau Lafite-Rothschild, is the only habitat in the Mdoc of a rare butterfly.
The MDOC should be aggressive in seeking out competition to make sure these services are provided at the lowest possible cost.
The installation of the Informatica product will enable the MDOC to improve its decision making processes, its mandated reporting and its rehabilitation tracking.
Following an outbreak of Legionnaires disease in a Michigan prison in 1993[1], which was first recognized at a civilian hospital, the Michigan Department of Public Health (MDPH) recommended that surveillance for acute infectious diseases be established in the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC).
She ordered defendant to appear with the director of the MDOC, whom defendant claimed was the only one with authority for the settlement amounts in discussion.