The 1998 general assembly took a bold and major step when amending Section 9-170 of the Code of Virginia to give the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) and the Criminal Justice Services Board (CJSB) the directive to set training standards for law enforcement officers pertaining to Alzheimer's disease.
What does DCJS stand for?
DCJS stands for Department of Criminal Justice Services (Virginia)
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- Devon County Junior Choir (UK)
- District Criminal Justice Coordination Committee (forum)
- District of Columbia Jewish Community Center
- Dallas County Juvenile Department (Dallas, TX)
- Dayton Christian Jewish Dialogue (Ohio)
- Davis Combined Junior High Orchestras (Davis, CO)
- Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (Massachusetts)
- Dallas County Juvenile Justice Charter School (Dallas County Juvenile Board; Texas)
- Deutsche Cheerleader Jugend Meisterschaft (German: German Youth Cheerleader Championship)
- Deputy to Chief Joint Operations (Australia)
- Director of the Combined Joint Staff (Joint Effects Coordination Board; various armed forces)
- Division of Criminal Justice Services (New York)
- Dallas County Judicial Treatment Center
- Deployable Combined Joint Task Force (NATO)
- Deputy Commander, Joint Task Force (US DoD)
- Deutsch Chinesische Juristenvereinigung eV
- Danièle-Christine Kremer (jewelry company; Luxembourg)
- Dansk Caravan Klub (Danish: Danish Caravan Club)
- Dansk Citroën Klub (Danish car club)
- Data Center Knowledge (Lawrenceville, NJ)
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He is a Certified Fraud Examiner and is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Criminal Justice Services as a Private Investigator (DCJS 99-212824) and as a certified DCJS Compliance Agent.
O'Donnell currently serves as Commissioner of the Department of Criminal Justice Services, a post she has held since January 2007.
Clients include American Airlines, Lehman Brothers, New York State Health and Hospital Corporation, New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services, Toronto Police Services Board, Boston Police Department and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
In Virginia, the Department of Historic Resources and the Department of Criminal Justice Services created a policy on the theft of historic resources.
He has completed courses in bomb threat management, biological and chemical weapons of mass destruction, hazardous waste operations and emergency response, basic defensive tactics, access control and mail screening operations, safety and fundamental incident management and advanced X-Ray image interpretation from numerous agencies, including the Massachusetts Criminal Training Council (CTC), the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), the United States Police Canine Association (USPCA), the North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA), and various federal, state and private sponsoring agencies.
Access allows the agencies to connect to the database for: EFTS (Electronic Fingerprint Transmission Specification) to the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS); investigative purposes; to submit, and subsequently collect, criminal history requests and responses; and for webRICI access to mugshots, line-up galleries, etc.
Given the extremely sensitive nature of the data shared by MECJIN participants, we needed absolute certainty that our VPN vendor could provide the utmost Internet security," said Charles Ruble, program analyst, Department of Criminal Justice Services.