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  • Members Only
    NCRA Whistleblower Policy

    Purpose The Association is committed to compliance with the laws and regulations to which it is subject and to promulgating policies and procedures to interpret and apply these laws and regulations. This policy governs reporting and investigation of allegations of suspected improper activities that violate laws to which the Association is subject.  Employees who in good faith report the commi…

    Categories: Policies and Procedures, Ethics and Business Practices

  • COPE - Guidelines for Professional Practice

    Section I- Court Reporter The Court Reporter is the official reporter/officer creating the verbatim record of a proceeding. Common sense and professional courtesy should guide the Member in applying the following Guidelines. In making the official record, a Member should: Accept only those assignments when the Member's level of competence will result in the preparation of an accurate transcri…

    Categories: Policies and Procedures, Ethics and Business Practices

  • Advisory Opinion 38

    An Attorney Requests a Copy of a Reporter's Backup Audio Media (Originally written, 2000; Revised, 2006; Revised 2014) Statement of Facts The NCRA Board of Directors has requested an opinion from the Committee on Professional Ethics regarding ethics issues involved in the following scenario: While making the official record, a reporter made an audio backup recording of a proceeding for use by the …

    Categories: Policies and Procedures

  • Bylaws of the National Court Reporters Foundation

    Last Amended:  August 2019 Article I. Purpose The purpose of the National Court Reporters Foundation (the "Foundation") shall be  to conduct and support philanthropic, educational, research, and other charitable activities in furtherance of the goals of the National Court Reporters Association ("NCRA") within the meaning of Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(3) of the Internal Revenue …

    Categories: Policies and Procedures, Foundation, NCRF

  • NCRA Privacy Policy

    NCRA.org is owned and operated by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), headquartered in Reston, Virginia NCRA welcomes visitors to NCRA.org and respects their privacy. We are committed to protecting your personal information, and whenever you provide such information, we will only use your information in line with all applicable data protection laws, including the General Data Protecti…

    Categories: About NCRA, Policies and Procedures

  • Policies and Procedures Manual - Overview

    Introduction The NCRA Board of Directors supports and advocates transparency in its governance activities, consistency in its exercise of governance duties, and continuity and efficiency in the operations of the association. In order to promote good business practices and responsible governance, it has created this Policy and Procedures Manual and makes it available to the membership on the NCRA …

    Categories: Policies and Procedures, Ethics and Business Practices

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    Policies and Procedures Manual - Section 9 - Affiliated Units

    Services Available to Affiliated and Non-Affiliated Units from NCRA NCRA's Constitution and Bylaws currently directs that NCRA can only recognize one affiliated unit in each state with limited exceptions (see Article XVI, Section 3a). However, affiliation does not restrict NCRA from providing key benefits to other statewide and local associations. The following list explains the many benefits and …

    Categories: Policies and Procedures

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    Policies and Procedures Manual - Section 8 - Certifications and Continuing

    Table of contents CEU Extension Policy Exam Retention Testing

    Categories: Certification and Testing, Continuing Education, Policies and Procedures

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    Policies and Procedures Manual - Section 7 - Finance

    Corporate Credit Cards NCRA corporate credit cards may be distributed to members of the Executive Committee. NCRA Executive Committee members should specify on their credit card receipts the purpose of expenses charged to NCRA corporate credit card accounts (i.e., Board Meeting, Committee Meeting, Task Force Meeting, etc.) prior to submitting the receipts to NCRA.

    Categories: Policies and Procedures, Finance

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    Policies and Procedures Manual - Section 6 - Legal Requirements

    Table of contents Antitrust Policy Conflict of Interest Policy and Duality of Interest Disclosure Statement Conflict of Interest for Selection Committees Ownership of Materials

    Categories: Policies and Procedures

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