NCRS


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NCRS

Abbreviation for:
National Care Record System
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The reason for higher peak and average throughput in NCRS could be the adoption of the reinforcement learning method with Nash equilibrium.
Home Office officials argue that such incidents are not "new crimes", but admit that the NCRS has had little or no effect on the recorded levels of more serious offences.
For short-lived equipment, the objective of the NCRS proposal is to provide purchasers of equipment and structures with cost recovery deductions that have a cumulative value equal to immediate expensing of the asset.
NCRS provided 300 caravans for victims of the Towyn Floods in 1990 and have installed six for people left homeless in St Asaph this year.
Without the effect of NCRS violent crime would have risen by 7.
The NCRS, WWF-Norway and other conservationist groups advocate using fences, guard dogs and herders to adapt wolves into sheep farming society.
The police figures showed violence against the person rocketed 28 per cent to 835,101 and the Home Office admitted that, even adjusted for the impact of the NCRS, the rise was still five per cent.
The NCRS has been particularly effective at ensuring the recording of low-level thuggery and yobbish behaviour that involve no serious physical injury.
2 per cent in Gateshead East, which implemented an NCRS pilot half way through 2001/02.
South Wales Police Chief Constable Sir Anthony Burden said the impact of NCRS in South Wales was in line with other forces which had introduced it at the same time.
Forces are experiencing increases in excess of 50pc as a consequence of NCRS implementation.
The NCRS practice, operating from one location in Kirkland, WA, will be merged into IntegraMed's existing Seattle Reproductive Medicine (SRM) partner practice that has eight physicians and three locations across Seattle.