CJC


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CJC

Abbreviation for:
Commissioning Joint Committee (Medspeak-UK)
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The CJC has had visits from politicians including Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Jack Straw since it opened, but Judge Fletcher said his highlights have been seeing it make a difference.
Progress on the northern centre has always been further ahead then on the southern CJC, and the Nuneaton scheme has now gone out to tender.
In addition, once the files were complete, Google crawled the site and indexed the fulltext CJC backfiles.
The CJC opened in a former school in 2005 to hand out grass-roots justice to offenders in the area where their crimes were committed.
Here I wish to share my personal impression -- as vice-chair of the CIC and the senior editor of CJC.
Councillors felt that despite objections to the CJC - which will house the police, probation, Crown Prosecution Service and the magistrates' court under one roof - the site on Wheat Street car park was the best place for the development.
Jennings was also fined pounds 500 and ordered to pay pounds 300 costs at the hearing at the CJC, in Boundary Street, Kirk-dale, in December.
Councillors felt that although there had been objections to the CJC - which will house the police, probation, Crown Prosecution Service and the magistrates' court under one roof - the site on Wheat Street car park was the best place for the development.
Judge David Fletcher, of the CJC said: "Due to their lack of literacy and numeracy skills, many offenders find it particularly difficult to find work.
Mr Blair arrived at the CJC, in Boundary Street, at 5.