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Refer someone to NICRO 


If you wish to refer someone to NICRO, you must contact your nearest NICRO office. An Intake Worker will assist you with the process.

This applies to the following referral types:

1.      From court

2.      From schools

3.      From businesses

4.      Self-referrals

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Expunge A Criminal Record


If you wish to expunge or clear your criminal records, you must complete the required application form and submit it. Please note this is not a NICRO process, but a Department of Justice process.

Visit their website to obtain the application form in PDF and to learn more about what the process requires.

Please note that only certain people can expunge their criminal records.

Visit the Department of Justice Website


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Obtain Records from NICRO


If you need a copy of your case records from NICRO, please contact he office that dealt with your case and provide them with an email address where they can send the copies.  You will need to provide proof of your identity when making the request. You will also need to provide other information such as the year your case was processed, your ID number and other relevant details.  



anger management

This programme addresses the social functioning skills deficit associated with anger and anger-related behaviours and empowers participants to improve their anger management skills while simultaneously acquiring the core social and cognitive skills needed to function effectively in society.

The programme is suited to low to medium risk adolescents aged 14 to 18 and adults.

The programme comprises ten psycho-social life skills building group sessions of approximately two hours each. It incorporates elements of social and personal skills training and cognitive behavioural therapy. Three sessions are specifically devoted to understanding anger and developing practical strategies to manage anger effectively.

The Anger Management Programme...

  • Improves interpersonal and social functioning skills, with a specific emphasis on anger management and self-control.
  • Reduces the likelihood that individuals will resort to anger and aggression to solve problems or as a way of dealing with anxiety and frustration.