A report on corruption assessment, commissioned by the UN's Centre for International Crime Prevention and released in 2001, estimated that the Lebanese state squanders over $1.
What does CICP stand for?
CICP stands for Centre for International Crime Prevention (United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention)
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We have 20 other meanings of CICP in our Acronym Attic
- Central Indiana Council on Aging
- Centre d'Initiatives Communautaires de Base pour le Developpement (French)
- Criminal Investigation Command Operational and Management Information System
- Comisión Interparlamentaria Centroamericana contra la Corrupción y la Narcoactividad (Spanish: Inter-American Commission against Corruption and Drug Trafficking; various nations)
- Centre for International Cooperation and Development (also seen as CICD; Italy)
- Cooperative Institute for Climate and Ocean Research
- Center for Integrative Coastal Observation, Research and Education (California State University)
- Congreso Internacional de Cómputo en Optimización y Software (Spanish)
- Central Ilocandia College of Science and Technology (Philippines)
- Cambodia Institute for Cooperation and Peace
- Certified Intensive Care Paramedic
- Certified Intensive Care Provider (health care)
- Certified International Credit Professional
- Colorado Indigent Care Program
- Communications and Information Career Program (USAF)
- Communications Interface Control Processor
- Computerized Inventory Control Project (India)
- Consortium for International Crop Protection
- Construction Industry Crime Prevention Program
- Contractor Inventory Control Point (US DoD)
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A report on corruption assessment, commissioned by the UN's Centre for International Crime Prevention, estimated that the Lebanese state squanders over $1.
This has become a major point of discussion among corrections professionals as the United Nations agency most responsible for its criminal justice program -- the Vienna-based Centre for International Crime Prevention (CICP) -- has been eliminating all efforts and programs dealing with prisons and is concentrating only on such topics as organized crime, drugs, money-laundering and corruption.