Because the resulting design was such a dramatic departure from conventional facilities, the client took the unusual step of asking Ziskind and his team to represent them in presenting the design to State Board of Corrections.
What does BOC stand for?
BOC stands for Board of Corrections (Alabama prison board, 1952-83)
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We have 170 other meanings of BOC in our Acronym Attic
- Black Out City
- Blade of Carnage (Everquest gaming)
- Blinged-Out Cabbage (Woot.com)
- Bloc Obrer i Camperol (Catalan: Workers and Peasants Bloc; political group; Spain)
- Block of Concrete
- Bloque Obrero y Campesino (Spanish: Workers and Peasants Bloc; political group)
- Blue Ocean Consultants (South Korea)
- Blue Oyster Cult (band)
- Board of Commissioners
- Board of Control (Caltech)
- Board of Orthotics
- Boards of Canada (band)
- Body of Christ
- Body of Christ Gaming (gaming group)
- Bol d'Or Classic (French: Golden Bowl Classic; motorcycle race)
- Bomb on Coordinate (US DoD)
- Bond Oversight Committee (various locations)
- Bone of Contention
- Book of Challenges (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
- Book of Concord
Samples in periodicals archive:
On June 2, 2005, a memorandum was forwarded to the Air Force Board of Corrections of Military Records.
He was chairman of the board for the Salvation Army and a member of the Arkansas Board of Corrections.
California has recently restructured its system by combining its Youth Authority, Board of Prison Terms and the Board of Corrections so that changes cannot be determined at this time.
The trial court sided with Rawlinson, prompting an appeal by the Alabama Board of Corrections.
The court found that the fact that the state board of corrections had not brought action against the city for failing to meet minimum standards at the jail, and did not try to compel the county to correct any perceived problems, did not establish that the city was not deliberately indifferent to alleged overcrowding and unsanitary conditions in the jail.
Bill Crout, deputy director of the California Board of Corrections, says his hands are tied.
They bombed the Pentagon, the US Capitol, NYPD HQ, the New York Board of Corrections (after Attica), and the offices of companies invested in Chile and Puerto Rico.