ACRO Australian Community Safety & Research Organisation Incorporated
ACRO is a non-sectarian Public Benevolent Institution whose mission is "Achieving Social Justice". Operating from its Offices in Clayfield Queensland, ACRO has provided services for varied constituencies since 1964. It is registered under the Associations Incorporation Act (Number 10000); is registered as a Charity under the Collections Act (Number 472); is endorsed as both an income tax exempt charitable entity and deductible gift recipient with the Australian Taxation Office and is an Australian Registrable Body under ASIC (Number 066 875 107).
Management

ACRO has a volunteer Management Committee elected by Members on an annual basis. This Executive meets monthly and receives reports and contributes to the business of the organisation. Day to day administration is vested with ACRO's Executive Director (Dr Clive Begg) who oversights the work of the Staff and Volunteers across the various programs run by the Association. Membership and Staff are bound by a Constitution, Polices and Procedures and a Strategic Plan (that is reviewed regularly). Membership is open to all Australian citizens of apparently adult age and corporate entities.

Message from the Executive Director
I would like you to join in our work either through membership, volunteerism or by donation. We live in challenging times with increasing levels of disadvantage being experienced by more and more citizens. The organisation is not an apologist for inappropriate behaviours but is dedicated to principles of social justice that nurture a safe and caring society. I invite you on a tour though our virtual library which provides an historical synopsis of our work within the community over the past two decades.

Photographic Retrospective

ACRO has launched a hardcopy publication of photographs commemorating ten years of engagement with young people and the 10000th client of its Home Assist Secure Program for older citizens. This publication titled One to One is now available for purchase. The cost of the book will be $100.00 for working people and $50.00 for pension/benefit beneficiaries. We would encourage you to make an additional donation at the same time as purchase to help advance the work of the Charity. VISA and MasterCard payments can be made over the phone to 07 32626001 or by cheque in favour of ACRO sent to P O Box 440, LUTWYCHE, Q. 4030.