NCRS


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NCRS

Abbreviation for:
National Care Record System
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But, yesterday, Home Secretary David Blunkett said: "The NCRS has now been fully integrated into police recording and this is the last set of statistics that will include adjusted figures.
Specifically, the NCRS proposal changes the capital cost recovery system for depreciable assets (equipment and structures) by:
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.
Two classes of crime expected to be affected by NCRS were criminal damage and common assault.
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.
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.
It is feasible that reports of attempted child abductions, where no contact was made with the victim, may have gone unrecorded as crimes prior to the introduction of the NCRS,' said the report.
At NCRS, rates are 64 percent for women under 35; 48 percent for women 35 to 37; and 37 percent for women 38 to 40 (according to statistics collected during 2005-2009 for the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology.
But the police figures showed violence against the person offences rocketed by 28% to 835,101 and the Home Office admitted that, even adjusted for the impact of the NCRS, the rise was still 5%.