USDB

AcronymDefinition
USDBUnited States Disciplinary Barracks
USDBUtah Schools for the Deaf and Blind
USDBUnion Safe Deposit Bank (Stockton, CA)
USDBUS Discount Brokerage, Inc. (Columbus, OH)
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There are 450 inmates (many of them high-profile) housed in the USDB. Six of the inmates are on death row.
In the past two years, PIPBVI and the USDB O&M team have focused on O&M for young children, and qualitative data reveal increased confidence in the O&M process and in implementing motor interventions.
The USDB at Fort Leavenworth is the center of correctional excellence for the US Army.
Most importantly, the dental assistants working within the confines of USDB gain one thing that most criminals lack, a sense of self-worth.
Food is slid into cells through narrow slots, and a small window at the foot of each door lets the guards, known within the USDB as correctional specialists, chain inmates' ankles before they're escorted out for showers or fresh air.
Today, the Board approved the separate application filed by Applicants to acquire USDB Bancorp ("USDB") and its subsidiary bank, Union Safe Deposit Bank, both in Stockton, California ("the USDB transaction"), under section 3 of the BHC Act.
The need to adjust fire to continue meeting mission at USDB came around the 2010 mark.
Disciplinary Barracks (USDB) or provided at the request of the prisoner--is authorized at executions.
Disciplinary Barracks (USDB), which housed long-term prisoners.
Disciplinary Barracks (USDB) at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., have PTSD symptomology, according to the USDB Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Directorate of Inmate Services (2012).
Barr served until 1894 as one of the prison commissioners, providing oversight to USMP, which was later renamed the United States Disciplinary Barracks (USDB).
Disciplinary Barracks (USDB) in August 2010 as a result of a disturbance within SHU.