Rick Perry's go-to fix-it man, is headed back to the Department of Public Safety after helping the state's juvenile justice agency weather its latest scandal.
What does JJ stand for?
JJ stands for Juvenile Justice
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We have 23 other meanings of JJ in our Acronym Attic
- Joe Jonas (of Jonas Brothers)
- John Jay
- Josephson Junction
- Judge Judy (show)
- Juggling Joker (game)
- Juicy Juice (Libby beverage)
- Jumbo Jet
- Jumping Jacks
- Just Joking
- Just Joshing
- The Juvenile Justice Act of 2000 (India)
- Justice Judgement Dependability Initiative Decisiveness Tact Integrity Enthusiam Bearing Unselfishness Courage Knowledge Loyalty Endurance (Marine Corps)
- John Jameson & Son (Irish Whiskey)
- Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program
- Jazz Jackrabbit 2 (game)
- Japan Jewellery Association (Tokyo, Japan)
- Japan Juku Association (education)
- Japanese Journal of Allergology
- Japanese Journal of Antibiotics (Japan Antibiotics Research)
- Jazz Journalists Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
ISLAMABAD, June 30, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Juvenile justice working group proposing amendments in the Juvenile Justice System Ordinance (JJSO) 2000,suggested Wednesday that child offender should be released on probation for good conduct and be placed under the care of guardian, institution established for welfare of child, certified by the government or as the court may require.
Ned" Loughran, executive director of the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators, provides a historical summary of juvenile justice reforms in his Guest Editorial article in this issue of Corrections Today.
The goal: reform Florida's juvenile justice system, plagued by high recidivism, the overrepresentation of minority youths, and alarming trends involving girls, the fastest-growing segment of children charged with crimes.
They also had increased risks of physical abuse and referral to the juvenile justice system for theft and other criminal offenses.
The national rate averages 82 to 83 percent, according to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Consequently, how the juvenile justice system and the mental health system intersect and interact are major concerns not only for these two human services systems, but for American society also.