RNR

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AcronymDefinition
RNRRock 'N Roll
RNRRoyal Naval Reserve
RNRRibonucleotide Reductase
RNRReceiver not Ready
RNRRéserves Naturelles Régionales (French: Local Nature Reserve)
RNRReceive Not Ready (ITU-T; ISDN)
RNRRound Norfolk Relay (race; UK)
RNRRoles and Responsibilities (employment)
RNRRest and Relaxation
RNRRoyal Newfoundland Regiment
RNRRéacteur à Neutrons Rapides (French: Fast Neutron Reactor; nuclear power)
RNRRefuse and Resist! (est. 1987)
RNRRead No Reply
RNRRemove and Replace
RNRRest and Recreation
RNRRisk-Need-Responsivity (criminal psychology)
RNRRadio News Release (news story)
RNRRegistry of Nursing Research
RNRRate Not Reported
RNRRapid Nasogastric Rehydration
RNRRalph 'n' Riches (Bridgeport, CT)
RNRResearch News Reporter
RNRReinhold-Nägele-Realschule (German secondary school)
RNRRock and Ride
RNRReward and Recognition
RNRRandom Noise Radar
RNRRing No Reply
RNRRoman Revolutionaries (band)
RNRRegistered Nurses, Retired, Inc.
RNRRassemblement National Républicain (French: Republican National Rally)
RNRRhein-Neckar Region (Germany)
RNRResponse Not Required
RNRRight-Now-Retailing (HP technology for retailers)
RNRRupert and Riley (gaming)
RNRRevue Nucléaire de Russie (French: Russian Nuclear Journal)
References in periodicals archive ?
The ETU adheres to the Risk-Need-Responsivity Model, (21) which is effective in assessment and treatment of offenders.
The JPLI's goals in publishing the resource are to reduce the risk of patient involvement in the criminal justice system, and to improve clinical and recovery outcomes by educating community psychiatrists about Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) principles.
The federal probation system and the District of Arizona are focused on reducing reoffending, primarily by implementing the risk-need-responsivity model (RNR) by Don Andrews and James Bonta.
For this reason, and also because the working relationship between practitioners and service users is a two-way relationship, the editors support the further investigation of offenders' 'responsivity' (as indicated in the Risk-Need-Responsivity model; see Andrews et al., 2011).
Viewing offender assessment and rehabilitation through the lens of the Risk-Need-Responsivity Model.
The risk-need-responsivity model of assessment and human service in prevention and corrections: Crimeprevention jurisprudence.
in the occurrence of criminal acts and individual differences in criminal activity." Variation and individual differences are discussed within the risk-need-responsivity (RNR) model.
Called the risk-need-responsivity (RNR) model, it uses risk assessment tools to size up each person and match him or her to the right program.
An appraisal of the risk-need-responsivity (RNR) model of offender rehabilitation and its application in correctional treatment.
Reconstructing the risk-need-responsivity model: A theoretical elaboration and evaluation.