NCWP

AcronymDefinition
NCWPNational Council of Women of the Philippines (est. 1946)
NCWPNational Center for Women & Policing
NCWPNorthern California Writing Project (est. 1977)
NCWPNorth Central Washington Prospectors (Wenatchee, WA)
NCWPNeighborhood Council of Westchester/Playa (California)
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He said the NCWP was providing a common platform for encouraging new talent in addition to develop strong relations between various government institutions for the promotion of literature.
He said the NCWP had also chalked out a strategy to save languages, literature, civilization and other artistic works besides promoting high quality values in the society.
Now in its 68th year, the NCWP is a member of the Asean Confederation of Women's Organizations and is affiliated with the International Council of Women, International Alliance of Women and Apec Women Leaders Networks.
A recent report, for example, from the NCWP argues both that male and female officers are "equally capable" and that women are, in fact, better officers in a range of respects: less prone to use excessive force, more skillful at "defusing and de-escalating potentially violent confrontation," better at securing the "cooperation and trust," and more effective in responding to incidents of domestic violence.
As the NCWP argues, "Law enforcement agencies continue to promote an outdated model of policing by rewarding tough, aggressive[,] even violent behavior.
He said the NCWP would soon hold a grand a function at the Convention Center in which poets, scholars, columnists and brilliant students from all over the country would participate and those showing extra-ordinary performance would be awarded.