As a registered umbrella body to the Criminal Records Bureau and the Scottish Criminal Records Office, CBS is the sole business in Wales, and one of only a handful of companies in the UK, able to process criminal checks online.
What does SCRO stand for?
SCRO stands for Scottish Criminal Records Office (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
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We have 8 other meanings of SCRO in our Acronym Attic
- Sustained Cell Rate Margin Factor (Cisco)
- Supplemental Channel Request Mini Message
- Scottish Cancer Research Network (UK; est. 2003)
- Self Configuring Relay Network (software)
- Sociobehavioural Cancer Research Network (est. 1994; Canada)
- Spectra of Cosmic Ray Nuclei
- Stem Cell Research News (biweekly report; DataTrends Publications, Inc.)
- State Committee on Religious and National Affairs (US State Department; est. 1997)
- Scottish Cave Rescue Organisation
- Shutdown Control Room Operator
- Society for the Conservation and Research of Owls
- Software Control and Reference Office
- South Central Regional Office
- Simple, Closed, Rectifiable-Oriented Curve
- Southern California Regional Occupational Center
- Sarpy County Register of Deeds (Papillion, NE)
- School Cosmic Ray Outreach Detector (NASA)
- South County Residents Opposing Dumps (environmental group)
- Scottish Census Results OnLine
Samples in periodicals archive:
2000: Justice Minister Jim Wallace apologises to her and police say print experts at Scottish Criminal Records Office should be prosecuted.
Fiona McBride, 43, claims she was unfairly dismissed by the Scottish Criminal Records Office in May last year after almost 23 years' service.
And he attacked the Scottish Criminal Records Office fingerprint team over the cropping of images, claiming they had been trying to hide differences between the prints.
Harry Bell, 58, was head of the Scottish Criminal Records Office whose dodgy evidence wrongfully accused her of leaving a fingerprint at a murder scene.
Ms McKie was cleared of perjury after challenging the work of the Scottish Criminal Records Office experts.
Gary Dempster claimed in BBC's Frontline Scotland last week, the Scottish Criminal Records Office "manipulated evidence" at her trial in 1999.
Ex-Detective Chief Superintendent Harry Bell was appointed boss of the civilianised Scottish Criminal Records Office in March 2003.