Jastina Campbell, detention officer, California City Correctional Center, California City, Calif.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Detention Officer
This definition appears very frequently
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We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Defined Order
- Delivery Order
- Denominacion de Origen (general identification for Spanish wines)
- Departmental Offices
- Deportation Order
- Design Objective
- Design Overview
- Designated Official
- Desk Officer (NYPD)
- Desktop Originator
Samples in periodicals archive:
Stephen James Mullins, 20, a father of three, kicked out at the police car causing the door to come away from the frame and then spat into the face of a custody detention officer at Wrexham police station.
He was accused of assaulting the court's detention officer John Jackson on September 15 last year.
Grandfather David Healer, 48, fled from a courtroom in tears when footage of the assault on him by custody sergeant Stephen Harvey and civilian detention officer Michael Mount at Peterlee police station was played to Teesside Magistrates' Court yesterday.
Byline: STEPHEN WHITE A POLICE sergeant and a detention officer have been fined for assaulting a man in their custody.
Custody sergeants, escort detention officers and police officers are now trained to help a colleague or member of the public suffers a cardiac arrest.
These included high set-up and running costs of virtual technology, higher legal aid costs, additional staffing costs and an additional resource burden on police custody officers and detention officers who oversaw the hearings in custody suites.