POCA


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POCA

Abbreviation for:
plan of corrective action
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Protection of Children Act 1999, see there
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The total amount of money recovered by the POCA hearing was PS14,205.
I'd also like to take this opportunity so that all friends and relatives of the Rama, Limchiu, and Poca family be aware of his untimely demise,' he said.
"We were able to present a range of evidence - including the images - to achieve the POCA order to ensure Khan does not benefit from his criminal behaviour in future.
The prosector asked judge Paul Thomas QC, who originally sent Sweeney to prison, to make a nominal PS5 Poca order, which he did.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) had made an application to extend the time limit for a POCA hearing to take place.
The groups needed the extra PS6,000 to finish the project and were presented with a cheque for the amount yesterday, Lyn Peart, temporary Det Chief Insp of Durham Constabulary, said: "Durham Constabulary are pleased to use money that has been recovered under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) to assist in the rebuilding of this scouting venue in Consett.
Prosecutors attempted to have McDonald, 67, thrown off the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) case at Edinburgh Sheriff Court last week.
To date, a new palm oil based coupling agent (POCA) had been initially developed in our laboratory.
A spokeswoman for Cleveland Police said: "We can confirm that the Regional Asset Recovery Team is conducting an investigation under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) and that a directions hearing is scheduled for 8 April at Teesside Crown Court.
Malauzai Software, a provider of mobile banking SmartApps for community financial institutions, has announced that Poca Valley Bank (PVB), is now offering a mobile banking app using its services.
Appearing at Croydon Crown Court, Peckover was served with Sussex's first Serious Crime Prevention Order (SCPO), and a Confiscation Order under the Proceeds Of Crime Act (POCA) requiring him to pay back pounds 47,000 in the next six months.