Unacceptable, Officer Etheya, first of all, don’t ever send anything about what other Officers say; entertaining gossip. Although, that's a major problem around here; too much gossiping. Furthermore, I never spoke with any Officers about anything other Officer did. Now, however, I have spoken with Sergeant L. Davis. Now if you need clarification, speak to Sergeant Davis. Otherwise, you can wait and speak to me, I would gladly ensure that you receive the proper information.
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In Module/Week 3, you will write a 750-words (about 3–4-pages) essay that compares and contrasts two stories from the Fiction Unit. Before you begin writing the essay, carefully read the guidelines for developing your paper topic that are given below. Review the Fiction Essay Grading Rubric to see how your submission will be graded. Gather all of your information, plan the direction of your essay, and organize your ideas by developing a one-page thesis statement and outline for your essay. Format the thesis statement and the outline in a single Word document using MLA, APA, or Turabian style (whichever corresponds to your degree program). You have the opportunity to receive helpful
SSG Bob on 23 Sep 05 I had received a phone call at 1410 hrs. from SGT Bill stating that he had come into some money and that he had known that I was wanting to get some additional equipment for OUR SRT. SGT Bill stated that he needed myself to come in and type up a letter of justification and if I could also have SGT Jones come in as well to assist in writing this letter due to the fact that SGT Jones had been placed in charge of training folders. On notification of this I was on the phone notifing my soldiers of where they needed to be and in doing this I had also asked SPC Man if could also inform you of what I had going on in case he had seen you before me, but his telling you was not going to be your only notification, nor would I
On Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at about 2157 hours while present at group 31, I received the audio interview of PO Albert Robles conducted by Capt. Daniel Mahony, Sgt. Russo & Sgt. Deonarinesingh, Queens South investigation. PO Healy 102nd Precinct PBA delegate was also present. PO Robles stated the following;
On Friday, 17 July 2015, at approximately 1400 hours, I, Officer Allison Bigham, was contacted by a Parks Services Supervisor, Andrew Jones, in regards to an associate who was reported to have their cell phone on them. Jones stated that Miller had already been told to put the phone in her locker; however, she was being uncooperative. After updating Sergeants Frank Long and Charles Drakeford on the situation, I was instructed to pick up the associate, Victoria Miller, and escort her to the South Carolina Interview Room in order to complete a compliance verification audit. I met with Andrew Jones who stated that he would help me find Miller because Park Services had no way to contact her. Upon entering Boomerang Bay, Jones and I were flagged
On Monday, January 18, 2016, at about 1515 hours, while present at group 31 office, Lt. Bava, Sgt. Laporta and I, conducted the P.G. 206-13 hearing of Sgt. Jennifer Lavelle, Tax #933921, currently assigned to the Critical Response Command. The hearing took place at 241 37 Street, Third Floor, Brooklyn, N.Y. Sgt. Lavelle was represented by SBA Trustee Cliff Thieleke. Sgt. Lavelle was interviewed as a witness. The interview was recorded on an Olympus brand digital voice recorder and upload into ICIS. In sum and substance Sgt. Lavelle stated the following;
So, the only thing that I can guess on that is because Warrant Officer Helm told Burmaster that, and like I said, later on he told me and frankly I don’t know why, it just didn’t matter to me, that he did that IG complain back in 2009. The only thing that I can guess is that Burmaster, in his mind, connected the two together and said, oh that must be the reason why they sent you out here, because I know originally you were going to be assigned to the talk. In fact, Burmaster was in the room with me and Helm when I told Warrant Officer Helm, because Warrant Office Helm in fact, said that to me.
At 1540hrs, while in CPT. Nelson office briefing him on this incident, he verbally counselled me stating that I violated Chief Carnes Zero Tolerance Policy. HE told me that I was not allowed to make those type of calls only the Chief was allowed. He went on to say that he understood why I made the decision to give Blanchette a verbal warning. CPT. Nelson stated he had done the same thing I did and received an “ass chewing from Chief Carnes.”
The first day, I was assigned to 3rd watch and I was assigned to P.O. Wasilewski. The first task that was given to us was lower the flags half mass for in memory of the 4 Marines who were killed in Tennessee at the recruiting station. After, we went off to patrol P.O. Wasilewski’s beat. Later in the day, we were called in by the Sergeant for assistance. As P.O. Wasilewski was assisting the Sergeant, Division Chief Bembenek called me over to tell me about a case he was involved in. The case was about a Child abduction where D.C. Bembenek, a P.O. at the time, almost lost because he wasn’t specific on what type of confirmation was given when identifying
in reference to a call regarding a domestic disturbance. During the call Officer Dossey was the handling officer and Corporal Adam Viers (Officer at the time) responded and was the backing officer.
Apparently, he not only was observed conducting pat downs or frisking suspects without the use of protective gloves, but he also put the contents of a suspects pocket into his own pocket. The night shift sergeant explained to him that while he understood he reason or excuse for doing so, that it is not how things are done and explained the possible legal repercussion of doing such things. The rookie was not berated or belittled as I would expect from a quasi-militaristic organization, but rather he was simply corrected and it was explained to him what he did wrong and why it was a big deal as well as what he will do in the future to avoids making that same mistakes. It was in this exchange between the officers that I got that there was a strong sense of group solidarity between the veteran deputies and even the two rookie deputies. The way in which the officers interacted with each other was far different then the “all business” attitude that I had expected to see; their interaction was in reality more brotherly and informal.
On March 7, 2014, I was assigned to Housing Unit #1 as an A/B Escort Officer. At approximately 4:02 p.m., Officer Jeremy Crites requested that Sergeant Justin Gordon report to cell 1-B21, which housed Inmate Cohen, because he heard a loud banging noise coming from the cell. Sergeant Gordon ordered Officer Durst and I to accompany him to the cell. After reaching the cell, Sergeant Gordon gave Inmate Cohen direct orders to uncover the window. Inmate Cohen failed to comply and the banging noise inside of the cell continued. Sergeant Gordon then radioed the control center and requested that the cell door be opened.
Realism occurs everyday, one may not know but its the reason why know not everyone gets to live their lives to a happy ending, its the reason why sometimes you can't get everything you want in your life. Realism is the attitude or practice of accepting a situation as it is and being prepared to deal with it accordingly. Realism is a trend which takes place in the nineteenth century during which literature depicted life "as is," and focuses on real life. This literary movement frequently depicted everyday life; it follows the rule of a phenomenal world and that nothing is added to your life. It is the reverse job of what a filter would do to all the troubles that one may encounter later in life. Realism is
On June 21, 2011 Spc Brown and I were on CQ duty. 1SG, the SDO and the Platoon Sergeants conducted a walkthrough of the unit’s footprint. When they entered I was laid back at the desk watching a movie, on my phone and had my boots on the desk. I did not immediately stand up or yell “AT EASE” when she entered or exited the building. She also noticed that I wasn’t writing the log down correct and didn’t log Spc Brown out when he left for dinner chow. 1SG asked if I had read the memorandum and my 3 General Orders. I quickly responded “Negative 1Sg I do not.” Upon them leaving once again I didn’t render the proper “AT EASE” when she left the building. I was then order to study my General Orders and 1SG might stop by
As you might have expected, I live in a mansion! It was a gift from one of the most respected families in the capital of Japan, Heian-kyo.....the Fujiwara clan, whose head, Fujiwara Michinaga, assists the emperor in his duties, although I've heard rumors that he has more power the the emperor, as this family married the daughters of the emperor and that he coaxes the old emperors into retiring to make way for younger emperors. Life as a court man for me is slow, but in some places it's