Through the Safer Witnesses Act, our Government is improving the federal Witness Protection Program by making it more effective for those it's designed to protect while being responsive to law enforcement needs.
What does FWPP stand for?
FWPP stands for Federal Witness Protection Program
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of FWPP
We have 2 other meanings of FWPP in our Acronym Attic
- Fort Worth Public Library (Fort Worth, TX)
- Friends of the Washington Parish Library (est. 2005; Franklinton, LA)
- Friends of the Western Philatelic Library (Sunnyvale, CA)
- Federal Women's Program Manager
- Fixed Wireless Point-to-Multipoint Access
- Fixed-Wing Product Management Office (Army)
- Federal Wildlife Permit Office (US FWS)
- Four-Wave Parametric Oscillation
- Fort Worth Police Officers Association (Texas)
- Farm Worker Pesticide Project (Seattle, WA)
- Foundation for Worldwide People Power (Philippines)
- Female Work Participation Rate
- Field Work Performance Report (occupational therapy)
- Forest and Wood Products Research and Development Corporation
- Farm Woodland Premium Scheme (UK)
- Federal Way Public Schools (Federal Way, WA)
- Foster Wheeler Power System (Florida)
- Fixed Wing Parking Tender (various organizations)
- Flexural Wave Propagation Velocity
- Freeride World Qualifyer (snowboarding)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The man told the jury he'd been in a federal witness protection program after working as an undercover informant to help Eugene and federal law enforcement officials convict fellow members of his former Mongol's motorcycle club on criminal charges.
Lilyhammer," follows New York mobster Frank "The Fixer" Tagliano as he enters the federal witness protection program after ratting on his boss.
In his 1981 book The Last Mafioso: "Jimmy the Weasel" Fratianno, author Ovid Demaris extensively quoted the Mafia hitman, then in a federal witness protection program, about his alleged dealings with an Albuquerque lawyer with connections to major state political figures.
the Bearclaw—a former mafia hit man enrolled in the Federal Witness Protection Program.
For our part, having reported this story, the Indications stool pigeon will now be seeking the safety of the federal witness protection program.
The father is committed to the Federal Detention Center, and Jack, now Zach Granger, is forced to change his physical appearance, give up his friends, and begin a whole new life under the Federal Witness Protection Program.
Following the theft of a Federal Witness Protection Program database, the crime-fighting triumvirate of Natalie (Cameron Diaz), Dylan (Drew Barrymore) and Alex (Lucy Liu) are called back into action.