MTTDMean Time To Detect
MTTDMiddle Tennessee Tres Dias (Christian service group)
MTTDMean Time to Defect (appears)
MTTDMean Time to Death
MTTDMaximum-Tolerated Treatment Dose (cancer treatment)
MTTDMean Transit Time for Dye (anesthesiology)
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reducing MTTD and MTTR where threats are detected and killed early in their
MTTD = Sum of time taken to detect individual delays/Total number of detected delays, (5)
The smaller will cause lower FAR and higher MTTD, and vice versa.
The mean time to discovery (MTTD) refers to the mean time between successive discoveries of unknown vulnerabilities [20].
He added that the DVLA, with support from the MTTD, would regularly embark on compliance and enforcement operations to sanitise the roads to save human lives.
The new MTTD Commander said the move would further instill discipline in peace officers and help redeem the dented image of police personnel in the eyes of the public, particularly commercial drivers, who think MTTD personnel are always out to exploit them for minor offences.
The Chronicle is, therefore, calling on the head of the Motor Traffic and Transport Unit Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service to act quickly to save the nation from losing her productive hours unnecessarily.
The Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service, has put in place a number of measures, to ensure an accident free Easter celebration.
The MTTD of the Ghana Police Service must arrest law enforcement personnel such us the GAF personnel, Fire, Immigration, Customs as well as other vehicles who flout the regulations by driving in the middle and the shoulders of the road without appropriate, legal sirens.
He noted that the personnel strength in the district was not encouraging, and further stated that as a District Police Station, all other units of the police service such as Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD), Criminal Investigation Department (CID) must be added to the district to make it function effectively as a District Police Command.
We are, therefore, calling on the Director of the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service, COP Tetteh Yohuno, to declare war on motorbike riders abusing the traffic rules and regulations to ensure sanity on our roads.