While it is not actually an offence to drink alcohol in a designated public place, it is an offence to continue to drink if asked to stop by a police officer, community support officer or other accredited person.
What does AP stand for?
AP stands for Accredited Person
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 193 other meanings of AP in our Acronym Attic
- Access Port
- Access Provider
- Access Proxy
- Accession Partnership (European Union)
- Accessory Pathway
- Acción Popular (Popular Action, Peru)
- Accountability Partner
- Accounting Period (USPS)
- Accounting Point
- Accounts Payable
Samples in periodicals archive:
59) The SEC eschewed a broader accredited person definition until it could "monitor the use of the Rule for an appropriate period" and then "reconsider whether to enlarge the class of institutions which may be categorized as accredited persons.
Few inspections of foreign medical device manufacturing establishments have been conducted through FDA's two accredited third-party inspection programs--the Accredited Persons Inspection Program and the Pilot Multi-purpose Audit Program (PMAP).
We have to see how an accredited person was allowed in the security area when the trainer he is attached to didn't have a runner but, on the upside, the CCTV captured more extensive and detailed evidence than the previous system would have.
It will be interesting to see how the public reacts to the nine council staff, now known as accredited persons (APs).
The card is retained by the patient and the information can only be accessed by an accredited person with a special device for reading it, which preserves confidentiality.