POCA


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POCA

Abbreviation for:
plan of corrective action
prednisone, oncovin, cytarabine, adriamycin
Protection of Children Act 1999, see there
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Figure 2 illustrated the FTIR spectrums of untreated and treated CPH with difference POCA content.
Newly retired pensioners come from a generation with bank accounts and credit cards and who have little need of a POCA.
In his judgment yesterday, Judge Parry said that he found that the bank accounts which were subject to the POCA application had been set up using false identities.
Other seizures under POCA include a BMW 320 saloon and a Ford Focus hatchback following the dismantling of an organised cannabis growing operation in Darlington, which saw four me sentenced to a total of 10 years and 9 months imprisonment .
Since then, a string of operations has led to dozens of offenders being jailed and a number of seizure orders under POCA - the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Since 2004 UK police forces have been able to go through the courts to deprive gangsters, drug dealers and other offenders of the financial benefits they've made through their criminal conduct, by getting Proceeds of Crime Act Orders, known as POCA orders.
No one has yet been prosecuted or convicted under POCA.
At a POCA hearing Judge John Rogers QC ruled Michael Creamer must pay back pounds 219,000, and his wife pounds 229,000.
Amateur Serena Brotherton has a disciple-like following among some punters, and their conviction was rewarded with a 33-1 win with Poca A Poca in the closing handicap.
Applicants will be assessed using the data gathered by the CRB from lists including the PoCA, the Protection of Children Act list.
The Post Office said: "A fraction of POCA customers may have received incorrect information.
The discussion of the legal aspects of money-laundering covers the sections of Poca exhaustively and also goes into detail on the legislation surrounding terrorism.