And almost two-thirds tiptoe around health concerns because they believe these are inevitable and not worth reporting.
What does NWR stand for?
NWR stands for Not Worth Reporting
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We have 57 other meanings of NWR in our Acronym Attic
- Network Wavelength Requirement
- New Wave Research (various locations)
- New Works Review (online literary journal)
- New World Resources (various locations)
- NOAA Weather Radio
- North Warren Regional Middle School (Blairstown, New Jersey)
- North West Region
- North Western Railway
- Not Work Related
- Not Worth Repairing
- Nuclear Weapons Report
- Nuclear Weapons Research And Development
- National Water Resource Authority (Yemen)
- National Water Resources Association
- National Wedding Retailers Association
- National Wheel & Rim Association
- National Wildlife Refuge Association (Washington, DC, USA)
- National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
- National Windshield Repair Association
- National Wireless Resellers Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Levels of shoplifting in the UK are ridiculously high but it's I often seen as a low-level, victimless crime that's not worth reporting to police.
Now for petty things like burglary and robbery it is not worth reporting them.
In addition, 26% felt the crime they experienced was too trivial or not worth reporting, 25% thought the police could not have done anything and 11% feared reprisals if they reported the crime.
One of the best ways to avoid a high DIF score is to report all income--do not let yourself think that any amount is not worth reporting.
for a variety of reasons, like they're afraid of repercussions or people thinking that something is not worth reporting,'' said Patrick Luce, the LAUSD's director of information technology security.
The 30-year-old, from Shrewsbury, Shropshire, said often the victims she spoke to were reluctant to tell the police because they felt the crimes they had been subjected to were not worth reporting and that little would be done.
But many crimes never appear on the official statistics - because it's simply not worth reporting "petty" thefts or vandalism.