This will take place on May 8 and Smith was ordered to comply with the Drugs Intervention Programme.
What does DIP stand for?
DIP stands for Drugs Intervention Programme (UK)
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We have 249 other meanings of DIP in our Acronym Attic
- División de Investigación Policial
- Document d'Information Précontractuelle (French: Pre-Contractual information Document)
- Document Image Processing
- Doily In Progress
- Dolphin Interaction Program (various organizations)
- Dominant Interferer Proportion
- Drive Image Professional
- Drive Impedance Phase
- Driver Improvement Program
- Drivers Instrument Panel
- Drunk in Public
- Dual In-Line Packet (switch)
- Dual Inline Package
- Dual Inline Pin
- Dubai Investments Park Development Company (also seen as DIPDC; Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
- Ducrocq Ingénierie Process (French: Ducrocq Engineering Process)
- Ductile Iron Pipe
- Diploma of Architecture
- Diploma of Ministry
- Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology
Samples in periodicals archive:
Insp Deborah Walker, from the force's Drugs Intervention Programme, said: "We believe the best way to have a long-term impact on attitudes to excessive drinking and the problem behaviour it can cause is through an ongoing programme of education and training.
The Tough Choices Drugs Intervention programme aims to tackle drugs and reduce crime by steering drug users into treatment breaking their need to commit crime to fuel their drug habit.
He came to prominence through the Drugs Intervention Programme and stands out in his field nationally as having made major contributions to health and well-being.
Under the Drugs Intervention Programme, police test for drugs people they arrest on suspicion of robbery, burglary and drug offences.
Magistrates previously granted him conditional bail to comply with the Drugs Intervention Programme.
Chief Inspector Ruth Price, Gwent Police Criminal Justice Department, said: "It has been shown that since the start of the Drugs Intervention Programme in 2004 there has been a 28% reduction in drug-related crime nationally.
Inspector Iestyn Davies, Drugs Intervention Programme Strategic lead for North Wales Police said: "Drug misusing offenders will have the opportunity to engage in treatment and this may be part of their bail conditions.