Suspects are still being held in custody and French police have increased the detention time of suspects to 96 hours.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Detention Time
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We have 62 other meanings of DT in our Acronym Attic
- Design Technology
- Design Tolerance
- Design Trainee
- Design Transfer
- Destructive Testing
- Detailed Tasks
- Detection Threshold
- Detection Time
- Detention (school)
Samples in periodicals archive:
DCI Steve Williams of North Wales Police said; "Yesterday afternoon Prestatyn Magistrates Court granted police a further 36 hours detention time to interview the suspect.
Also, increasing the detention time to 180min increased the TSS total removal efficiency.
Legislation is planned to lengthen detention times, from 60 days to a maximum of three years.
While more than three-fourths get their rejections overturned, the longer detention times has begun to take a toll on detainees.
In other cases it risks impeding the police to such an extent that the investigation will have to be stopped because detention time has run out.
In a large number of cases, this detention time greatly exceeds any sentence they would receive if they were able to plead guilty and be sentenced.