He added it would "include the community, state agencies, the local authority, the local drugs task force and its satellite services, youth, education, probation and welfare services".
What does LDTF stand for?
LDTF stands for Local Drugs Task Force (Ireland)
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We have 3 other meanings of LDTF in our Acronym Attic
- Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant
- London Day Training College (UK)
- Long Distance Telephone Call
- Low Density Turbidity Currents (geology)
- Lafayette District Telephone Credit Union (Louisiana)
- Learning Disabilities Training and Dissemination
- Long Distance Truck Driver (high risk group; HIV/AIDS)
- Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (Baton Rouge, LA)
- Long Drive Team Europe
- Large Dynamic Test Facility
- Lolicon Defense Task Force
- Lapangan Dengan Tujuan Istimewa (Indonesian: Field Special Purpose; agriculture classification)
- Leech-Derived Tryptase Inhibitor
- Local Development Training Institute (Ireland)
- Low-Density Triton-Insoluble (biology)
- Large Diameter Trunk Main
- Lloyd District Transportation Management Association (Portland, OR)
- Lateral Dorsal Tegmental Nucleus
- Lead Development Test Organization (various organizations)
- Lets Ditch This One
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs continues to support the work of the 14 Local Drugs Task Forces (LDTF) in Dublin, Bray, and Cork as well as the 10 Regional Drugs Task Forces (RDTF), throughout the country.
The Tallaght Local Drugs Task Force Strategic Plan 2008-2013 called for a mentoring system to be put into place to combat the problem and outlined a treatment plan.
He added this will fund needs for Local Drugs Task Force and a number of pilot projects to specifically tackle cocaine use.
As a direct result of our investment, over 300 drug-related projects are now up and running in the areas worst affected by the drug problem, namely the Local Drugs Task Force areas.
In its immediate aftermath the Criminal Assets Bureau was set up and the local drugs Task Forces established.
The Local Drugs Task Forces, support and advice centres have been set up for drug users and their families and over 4,000 users and 3,000 families have availed of these services to date.
Funding amounting to pounds 50 million has been allocated to cover both the plans of the Local Drugs Task Forces and projects and programmes under the Young People's Facilities and Services Fund.