TPIM

AcronymDefinition
TPIMTerrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (various locations)
TPIMTexas Partners in Mission (Austin, TX)
TPIMTeachers Personal Information Manager (software)
TPIMTargeted Performance Improvement Measures
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
CURRENTLY TPIMs - Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures - can be used to restrict the movements and actions of terrorist suspects.
Two years ago he was made the subject of a Tpim after an assessment by MI5.
Can she guarantee that those terror suspects who were previously restricted by a TPIM are not involved in the radicalisation of those considering travelling to Syria to join a bloody civil war?" She added: "The UK Courts found strong evidence that AY previously ran terror training camps.
The Tpim imposed on Mohamed expires on May 23 this year.
The mayor of London said it was clear Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (Tpims) were not working as they should.
"The reason he was put on a Tpim in the first place was to prevent his travel to support terrorism overseas."
Tpims replaced control orders, which fell foul of human rights legislation, and are imposed to restrict a suspect's movements.
First, given that the United Kingdom legislature has now replaced the PTA 2005 with the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act 2011 (UK) c 23 ('TPIM Act'), (5) it is argued that the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures ('TPIMs') so enacted are a better option for the United Kingdom on the basis that, overall, they demonstrate a greater deference to the rights of individuals.
A Home Office spokesman said: "The Tpim regime provides effective powers to deal with terror suspects who we cannot yet prosecute or deport.
Instead, they are looking at property to provide for their future, says The Property Investment Market (TPIM).
In January, a two-year, round-the clock Government monitoring order against AY, known as a TPIM - Terrorism Prevention Investigation Measure - came to an end.