More importantly, we intend to continue to focus our efforts on working with the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), the federal regulatory body, and the California Department of Justice Indian Gaming Unit to ensure that we remain a model facility.
What does CDOJ stand for?
CDOJ stands for California Department of Justice
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- Colorado Division of Housing (Denver, CO)
- Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing (Australia)
- Canyon Del Oro High School (Tucson, Arizona)
- California Department of Insurance
- Client Directed Outcome Informed
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- Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
- Catholic Diocese of Memphis (Memphis, TN)
- Centro Deportivo Olimpico Mexicano (Spanish, Mexican government agency sponsoring olympic participation)
- Certified Data center Operations Manager
- Chemical Demilitarization Operation Manual
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- Colored Dissolved Organic Matter
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It has emerged that Broward County prosecutors recently met with authorities in Los Angeles and the California Department of Justice.
California Department of Justice agents searched premises belonging to Smith's psychiatrist, Dr Khristine Eroshevich, and Dr Sandeep Kapoor, who prescribed her the painkiller methadone shortly before she died.
Reiter is supervising deputy attorney general for the California Department of Justice.
Concerned with this developing trend, in 1975, the California Department of Justice established a Mexican Liaison Unit (MLU), staffed by one bilingual agent, within the California Bureau of Investigation to assist California law enforcement agencies in addressing Article IV cases and other liaison requests.
Army CFSC, the California Department of Justice, and the Houston Airport System.
Her law enforcement background also includes service with the California Department of Justice, Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement, where she served as Chief of the Bureau from 1999 to 2003.
The controversy arose after the California Department of Justice changed the language it uses in its Law Enforcement Gun Release letters that are required when gun owners seek the return of their firearms after a law enforcement seizure.