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Definition of Decertification
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Decertification
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1. Mexican and American Responses to the International Narcotics Threat edited by Jesse Helms (1999)
"decertification will not increase drug enforcement cooperation with Mexico, and will probably set it back. Contrary to what has been said by some others ..."
2. Shielded from Justice: Police Brutality and Accountability in the United States by Allyson Collins, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1998)
"Thirty-nine states have police officer decertification procedures, ... Professional boards conduct the decertification reviews, much as similar boards ..."
3. Failures and Promises of the California Garment Industry: Hearing Before the edited by Peter Hoekstra (2000)
"... nto filed a decertification petition with Region 31 of the NLRB The NLRB, ... though filed after the employees' decertification petition, the NLRB and ..."
4. Rethinking International Drug Control: New Directions for U.S. Policy by Mathea Falco (1997)
"Second, the decertification process—by focusing on one aspect of often complex ... The decertification process's potential political and economic costs make ..."
5. The Military Commander & the Law edited by Richard A. Gittins (1998)
"Members may be removed from PRP duties in one of three ways: by suspension, by temporary decertification, or by permanent decertification. ..."