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What does CCJS stand for?
CCJS stands for Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (Statistics Canada)
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- Military and Government
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We have 7 other meanings of CCJS in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Criminal Justice Policy Research
- Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe (Harare, Zimbabwe)
- Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform (The Justice Project)
- Cassie, Chris, Jeremy and Rich (band)
- Centre for Criminal Justice Research (Canada)
- Concerned Citizens for Judicial Reform (Florida)
- Current Concepts in Joint Replacement
- Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition
- Community College Journal of Research & Practice
- Central Coast Junior Rugby Union (Australia)
- Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies (Saint Leo University)
- Central Command Joint Security
- Cleveland College of Jewish Studies (now Siegal College of Judaic Studies; Ohio)
- College of Criminal Justice (various schools)
- Criminology and Criminal Justice (various universities)
- Center for Criminal Justice Technology (Falls Church, VA)
- Cape Cod Joint Transportation Committee
- Caribbean Contingency Joint Task Force
- Commander, Combined Joint Task Force (US DoD)
- Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding
Samples in periodicals archive:
The pilot project began in February 2009 and is guided by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS), which is a branch of Statistics Canada.
The province will retain the 98-day target as it works with the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics to adopt its revised method of measuring court processing time.
In some other Canadian provinces, the youth custody rates per 10,000 were 20 in Ontario, 28 in Manitoba and 36 in Saskatchewan, according to the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics.
Data on parricides and criminal violence are from publications of the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics [Murder Statistics (1967, 1968, 1971), Homicide Statistics (1971 to 1976), Homicide in Canada (1986), and Juristat (1992).
Similarly, Statistics Canada houses the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, which it describes as the focal point of federal and provincial initiatives to provide national justice statistics and information.
Data compiled by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics show that an average of 54 children, most under 5, were murdered each year throughout the 1980s, one-third of them by their mothers, one-third by their fathers, one-quarter by people they knew (including parents, friends and other children).