NACRO


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NACRONational Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (UK; now just Nacro, the social justice charity)
NACRONational Association for the Care and Rehabilitation of Offenders (UK)
NACRONational Association of Charitable Recycling Organisations (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
NACRONorth American Central Reporting Office (The Family International)
NACRONetwork of Academic Corporate Relations Officers
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This is why Nacro staff do all that they can to provide tailored support to meet every students' individual needs.
A client being helped by Nacro to find accommodation
"At Nacro we take violent crime very seriously, but this is an issue which requires an intelligent response," she said.
"Instead we need a strategy designed to cut our use of imprisonment to levels nearer those of our European neighbours." " This is a waste of scarce resources PAUL CAVADINO, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF NACRO" This is a waste of scarce resources PAUL CAVADINO, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF NACRO
Jackie Worrall, director of policy and public affairs for crime reduction charity for England and Wales NACRO, said: "It's a concern that there is an increase, but we are still talking about fairly low-level crime.
It will help to talk to Nacro, the organisation for prisoners' families and friends on 0207 840 6464.
One of the key films in the season is The Night of Truth, an outstanding first feature from the Bukinabe director, Fanta Nacro. The film is a heartbreaking look at an unnamed African country just emerging from a genocidal conflict.
(International sales: Acrobates Films, Paris.) Executive producers, Claire-Agnes Lajoumard, Fanta Regina Nacro.
The move came as anti-crime charity Nacro claimed car drivers' fear of being assaulted on public transport was ``a major hindrance'' to using buses and trains.
Paul Cavadino, chief executive of crime reduction charity NACRO, said: "If under supervision, 93 per cent of sex attackers don't reoffend."
This has had over 100 referrals from the Probation Service and NACRO (National Association for the Care and Rehabilitation of Offenders).