Voluntary group Civil Defence Scotland, set up in January as an independent emergency community response team, have had around a dozen volunteers out helping deliver meals in Dundee.
What does CRT stand for?
CRT stands for Community Response Team (Arizona)
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- Military and Government
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We have 326 other meanings of CRT in our Acronym Attic
- Combat Readiness Training
- Combat Repair Team (US Army)
- Combat Results Table (gaming)
- Combined Reconnaissance Team
- Combined Rlogin and Telnet
- Combined Rural Traders (Australia and New Zealand)
- Comisión de Regulación de Telecomunicaciones (Spanish, Colombia)
- Comité Régional du Tourisme (French: Regional Tourist Board)
- Communications Receiver/Transmitter
- Communications Resourcing Team
- Commuter Rail Transit
- compact recovery trailer
- Companhia Rio Grandense de Telecomunicações (Brazilian telephonic company)
- Compatible Reference Type
- Competitive Response Tool (OmniChoice)
- Component Retirement Time (US Army aviation)
- Comprehensive Removal Technology (Spy Sweeper)
- Computer Redistribution Team
- Computer Rehabilitation Training
- Computer Remote Terminal
Samples in periodicals archive:
The community response team will have pro-active members who will be ready to lend an all-round help and support, not necessarily financial, to boost the morale of the Indian community living in Al Ain.
The overall objective in the ASCIRT program is to work with Aboriginal communities to establish community response teams that would address the issue of suicide," said Deb Canada, WBAHS executive director.
The utility also proposes creating community response teams to visit neighborhoods and shelters and pass out information on how to get by until the power is restored.
Through the development of community response teams, designed to respond to community situations and needs, the project aims to reduce the risk factors associated with offending behaviours and victimization.