Traffic police will use hand-held metal detectors to search any drivers they stop as part of targeted intelligence-led patrols during the hard hitting Knives End Lives campaign.
What does HHMD stand for?
HHMD stands for Hand-Held Metal Detector
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
We have 2 other meanings of HHMD in our Acronym Attic
- Heart Health Monitor
- Hero Honda Motors (India)
- Hersha Hospitality Management (New York and Pennsylvania)
- Hierarchical Holographic Modeling
- Holsinger Harps and Music (Menlo Park, CA)
- Human Head Modeling
- Humoral Hypercalcemia of Malignancy
- Heffernan Holland Morgan Architecture (Pensacola, FL)
- Hospitality Hotel Management Company (South Africa)
- Human Heart Mast Cell
- Howard Hubbard Memorial Hospital (Polomolok, South Cotabato, Philippines)
- Hispanic Healthy Marriage Initiative
- Howard Hughes Medical Institute
- human homolog of mouse jerky gene
- Hero Honda Motors Ltd.
- Healthcare Hazard Management Monitor
- Helping Hands Medical Missions (various locations)
- Hermanos Maristas (Spanish private school)
- Hierarchical Hidden Markov Model
- Hour Hour Minute Minute (time format)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Anyone wearing a turban who triggers a scanner will have their turban searched with a hand-held metal detector.
With the addition of Advanced Imaging Technology, TSA continues to screen bulky items to ensure they do not contain a threat, which includes the use of a hand-held metal detector," a statement said.
Representatives for the venue said they would prefer to use hand-held metal detectors on people as they enter the club, because an arch detector may put customers off.
Officers will also be using hand-held metal detectors to search those they suspect are carrying weapons.
CEIA USA of Twinsburg, Ohio, makes walkthrough, portable, and hand-held metal detectors for various uses.
Police in Sunderland searched dozens of revellers with airport-style hand-held metal detectors over the Bank Holiday weekend.
POLICE forces are to get 1000 hand-held metal detectors to frisk suspects for knives, it emerged yesterday.