PHT

(redirected from Prisoner Handling Team)
AcronymDefinition
PHTPetrol Hedge Trimmer (gardening tool)
PHTPeak Hour Traffic (various locations)
PHTPhysician Heal Thyself (various locations)
PHTPro Hockey Talk (NBC Sports)
PHTPublic Health Trust (Miami-Dade County, Florida)
PHTPseudo Hadamard Transform
PHTPhenytoin (antiepileptic, Dilantin)
PHTPulmonary Hypertension
PHTPharmacy Technician
PHTPreliminary Hearing Transcript (law)
PHTPost-Harvest Technology
PHTPressure Half Time
PHTPassive Hemagglutination Test
PHTPattern History Table
PHTPhilippine Time (time zone; aka Philippine Standard Time; also seen as PST)
PHTPrimary Heat Transport (nuclear power plants)
PHTPotomac Heritage Trail (est. 1983)
PHTPenile Hair Tourniquet (ischemia)
PHTPseudo-Hadamard Transform (Twofish, SAFER)
PHTParallel Hybrid Truck (General Motors)
PHTPhototube
PHTPrisoner Handling Team (UK)
PHTPublic Health Team
PHTPerformance Health Technologies Inc.
PHTPackaging, Handling & Transportation
PHTPutting Hubby Thru
PHTProfessional Horse Trainer (certification)
PHTPeace, Harmony & Tranquility
PHTParameterized Hypertext (web server side scripting languages)
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Student officers can then learn about the prevention and early intervention of crime alongside a neighbourhood policing team, respond to emergency calls with response officers or learn the techniques of investigation and interviewing suspects with the prisoner handling team.
Inspector Ted Allen, who was head of the prisoner handling team in Middlesbrough, has taken responsibility for neighbourhood policing in Stockton as a chief inspector.
Merlin is a prisoner handling team, set up as a pilot scheme in Wrexham last year,and now being spread into Flintshire.
Acting Insp Caroline Foster, head of the prisoner handling team in Middlesbrough, said: "We know that more often than not, people wanted on warrant pass through our custody system without the knowledge of the court.
``There will be a minimum of two custody officers on duty at any time, as well as prisoner handling teams and civilian detention officers.''
'The use of civilians in custody roles and the introduction of prisoner handling teams to which officers could hand over those charged with less serious offences would free up the equivalent of an additional 2,000 officers a year.'
"In Cleveland we have addressed this by civilianising our custody process and put in place prisoner handling teams, reducing the time front-line officers are tied up to an hour.