VCR

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AcronymDefinition
VCRVideocassette Recorder
VCRVincristine
VCRVery Cute Rear
VCRVariable Compression Ratio
VCRVehicle Condition Report
VCRVice Chancellor for Research (various schools)
VCRVertebral Column Resection (surgical procedure)
VCRVapor Compression Refrigeration
VCRVertical Crater Retreat (mining)
VCRVideo Conference Recording
VCRVirtual Classroom
VCRVideo Cassette Recorder
VCRVoluntary Challenge and Registry
VCRViolent Crime Report (US DoD)
VCRVirtual Communication Relationship (Fieldbus Networks)
VCRVoice Command Recognition
VCRVisual Control Room
VCRVoluntary Compliance Resolution (US IRS)
VCRViolating Conditions of Release (legal charge)
VCRVoter Consumer Research (est. 1992; Houston, TX)
VCRVolvo Club Romand (French; Swiss Volvo club)
VCRVoltage Controlled Resistance
VCRVariable Chip Rate (algorithm)
VCRVoice Cockpit Recorder
VCRVictorian Cricket Registration (Australia)
VCRVliegclub Rotterdam (Dutch: Flying Club Rotterdam; Netherlands)
VCRVisible Cocaine Residue
VCRVisit Clearance Request
VCRVoices of Civil Rights
VCRVirtual Capture and Replay (software engineering)
VCRVirtual Coupon Record (online airline ticket purchasing)
VCRVendor Charged Rework
VCRVoice Communication Requirements
VCRVintage Citroën Register (automobile association; UK)
VCRVélo Club Rochois (French: Rochois Cycling Club)
VCRVacuum Coupling Radiation (type of fitting)
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Amid violent crime reports in and around Birmingham, prisoner-turned-publisher Leroy Smith believes those living in the Second City are "better off" here than in London.
Assaults were the most frequent type of violent crime reported with 1,217.
In January it was revealed that violent crime reported to police in Kirklees had risen 33% in just 12 months.
Some forces provided details of all violent crime reports mentioning corro sive liquids, including threats when the sub stance may not have been used.
FIVE teenagers aged between 16 and 19 were killed in a street shooting in New Orleans, the most violent crime reported in the slowly repopulating city since Hurricane Katrina hit last August.
Incidents of violent crime reported to police rose a frightening nine per cent last year and the number of serious attacks was up too.
A comparison of clearance data by region showed that law enforcement agencies in the Northeast cleared 50.3 percent of the violent crime reported to them; the West, 47.1 percent; the South, 46.2 percent; and the Midwest, 41.8 percent.
In the 1960s, the United States as a whole had 3.3 police officers for every violent crime reported per year.
"Domestic abuse accounts for 8% of all crime in Co Durham and Darlington and 40% of violent crime reported to us was domestic abuse.
The latest Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) inspection report entitled 'Crime Recording: Making the Victim Count' published yesterday found that, nationally, over a quarter of sexual offences and a third of violent crime reported to the police each year are not being recorded as crime.
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