Created in partnership with the National Institute of Corrections, TJC involves the development, implementation and evaluation of a model for jail to community transition.
What does NIC stand for?
NIC stands for National Institute of Corrections (Federal Agency)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 324 other meanings of NIC in our Acronym Attic
- National Ice Center (US)
- National Identification Code
- National Identity Card (Pakistan)
- National Immigration Conference (National Industrial Conference Board)
- National Incident Commander (US DHS)
- National Industrial Classification (India)
- National Informatics Centre (Department of Information Technology, government of India)
- National Information Center
- National Innovation Competition (various locations)
- National Innovation Council (India)
- National Instrumentation Center
- National Instruments Corporation (India)
- National Insurance Company (India)
- National Insurance Contributions (UK tax)
- National Intelligence Cells
- National Intelligence Community
- National Intelligence Council
- National Interpreting Certification (American Sign Language)
- National Inventors Council
- National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (Annapolis, MD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Institute of Corrections wants to improve offenders' long-term employment prospects.
Jail Planning Jail Planning and Expansion: Local Officials and Their Roles, from the National Institute of Corrections, describes a process to help elected officials and other policymakers develop jail facilities.
McCotter told the Salt Lake Tribune that his name was on two lists of qualified candidates, one composed by the Justice De partment's Federal Bureau of Prisons and the other by the National Institute of Corrections.
More recently, Llew Smith, MP for Blaenau Gwent, was told by Foreign Office minister Bill Rammell in Parliament on May 18 that 'copies of [the Foreign Office publication] A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management were sent to the US Federal Bureau of Prisons, the National Institute of Corrections.
Sandia was also considering partnering with another government agency, such as the National Institute of Corrections, to run the training courses.
Today, Moss works with the National Institute of Corrections, part of the Bureau of Prisons.
But a 1987 report by the National Institute of Corrections, a federal agency, found that Lorton guards had a habit of forgetting to lock the doors.