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What does PPS stand for?

PPS stands for Philadelphia Prison System

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Philadelphia Prison System, Philadelphia Frederick Abello, deputy warden, Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, Adrian Christmas, deputy warden, Philadelphia Detention Center, Terence Clark, warden, Riverside Correctional Facility, Michele Farrell, warden, House of Correction, Marco Giannetta, deputy warden, Executive Office, Gerald May, deputy warden, Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, Patricia Powers, deputy warden, Philadelphia Detention Center, Robert Tomaszewski, deputy commissioner, Philadelphia Detention Center Certified Corrections Managers--CCM Catherine Caruthers, security captain, Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution, Torrington, Wyo.
In contrast to these earlier works, Sentenced to Science moves away from statistics and densely worded reporting to provide a closer, more personal look at the experience of one person: Edward "Butch" Anthony, a 20-year-old young man caught up in drugs and petty crime, as he moves in and out of the Philadelphia prison system from 1963 to 1983, emerging as Yusef Abdul Saliquu, a Muslim leader in his community.
With training from PHS staff, inmates of the Philadelphia Prison System grow seedlings that are transplanted into more than 45 community gardens throughout the city, as well as the garden at the Northeast prison facility.
Crime Victim Svcs Philadelphia Christina Williams Grief Assistance Program Philadelphia Altovise Love-Craighead Philadelphia Police Dept Philadelphia Victoria Greene Philadelphia Prison System Philadelphia Phyliss Gibson West Southwest Victim Svcs Schuylkill Hedy-Beth Cohen Women in Crisis Somerset Linda Brown Victim/Witness Services Warren James Rucks Sr.
Philadelphia's Department of Public Health and the Philadelphia Prison System will utilize eClinicalWorks comprehensive electronic health records (EHR) solution for its clinics, combining electronic medical records, practice management, patient portal, interoperability, mobile and messaging capabilities-- all unified and linked via a single database.