The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) was created with the passing of the National Defense Act of 1916. Since then, more than 1,700 units have been created in the Army branch alone. I will be focusing on Blackman High School’s JROTC which was founded in 2000.
Corporal Brietzke has been in law enforcement ever since he graduated from college in 1995. Before entering the Delaware State Police, he worked with the Chatham Police Department in Massachusetts, the United States Border Patrol, and the Department of Veteran Affairs Police Department. Corporal Brietzke started with the Delaware State Police in July of 2002.
As a civil servant of the city of New York, I am pleased to have the responsibility to serve the public. I would like to continue serving the community by working as a NYC Police Officer, while at the same time enhancing my education by obtaining a NYPD scholarship with the concentration in urban policy. New York City is known for its ethnic and cultural diversity. I have witnessed how this influences many aspects of the environment and my personal experience has also shown me the prominent role that education and communication play in serving our community.
An examination of the patrol officer’s jobs and duties took place. The gathering of information and interviewing a seasoned patrol offer assisted in this examination. The city in which the patrol officer works is also studied. Research of the city of Hueytown’s population and history helped to understand the demographics and crime within the city. While Hueytown’s violent crimes are low, thefts and burglaries rank the highest. Communities, including the city of Hueytown, place patrol officers on the streets in order to protect and serve. Officer Louis Phillips, Jr. gave an interview that takes an in depth look at his journey as a patrol officer.
According to a survey conducted within the Mobility Warrant Officer Advance Course (MWOAC) class 01-16, over 80% of the personnel believes that Movement Control is broken. (Survey, 2016) There could be many reasons for this belief not only within the MWOAC, but also across the Army. In order to explore this concern, we must know the definition of movement control. “Movement Control is the dual process of committing allocated transportation assets and regulating movement according to command priorities to synchronize the distribution flow over lines of communications to sustain land forces”. (Army, ADRP 4-0 Sustainment, 2012)
A major area of training for the recruits is patrol procedures and operation. First, recruits would be trained in the history and importance of patrol. Next, would be orientation into pre-patrol and routine patrol procedures. Once the recruits have a good understanding of the patrol basics, then they would be introduced to patrol activities and incidents. Recruits would have practical application exercises where, under the direct supervision of instructors, they would encounter a variety of possible scenarios. Scenarios may include: traffic stops, felony traffic stops, driving into an ambush, DUI enforcement and procedures, and pursuits. Recruits
While Roethlisberger was in highschool, he was considered the average high school student at Findlay High School. It wasn’t until the fall of 1999 that Ben earned a chance to be the number 1 quarterback after the graduation of the starting QB one grade ahead of him. Before Ben entered college, he was invited to a summer camp that was held in Miami University before his senior year in college. Ben did an excellent job
For my internship I was with the Spirit Lake Police Department. They are located in Spirit Lake Iowa and they’re a city police department. They have a total of ten people working in their department. The Spirit Lake Police Department hierarchy is one Chief; Jeff Hanson, two Sergeants; Shane Brevik and Scott Colt, 6 Officers; Josh Kilpatrick, Nathan Roth, Daren Diers, Jesse Miller, Hunter Clayton, and Ryan Vos. They also have an office secretary Sanja Erickson. They also have a K-9 whose name is Cairo his handler is Sergeants Brevik. They also normally have a lieutenant but Rodney Baker retired back in May so they’re in the process of promoting one of their officers to that position once there new officer Ryan Vos comes back from the academy. The schedules that the Spirit Lake officers have are 4 days on and then 4 days off. They work a 12-hour shift (Six to Six). They
I asked Chief McKinley what positions he felt were the most influential in the department. Chief McKinley believes that Sergeants and Field Training Officers (FTO) are the two most important roles in the department. Both positions are leadership positions and set the culture for the department. Sergeants work closing with patrol and have an influence over them, whether they want to admit it or not. Sergeants must be aware that officers look to them for guidance and mimic their attitude. This is why it is imperative for Sergeants to display a professional attitude at all time. The same can be said for Field Training Officers. FTO 's are responsible for laying the ground work as the example of how to act with the public, suspects, victims, and fellow employees. Both positions must be professional at all times.
The film starts with a big action scene. James Payton (Ice Cube) is trying to break into a ring of passport forgers. It is all to lead to Omar, a ghost character who works in the shadows. He is a man that no one has seen but is an underworld kingpin.Kevin’s part of the film opens with him playing a first person shooter game much to the chagrin of his live-in girlfriend Angela (Tika Sumpter). He wants to marry her but needs to win the respect of her brother… who is of course James Payton.Ben is a security guard, dealing with high school kids. He is a good guy who tries to guide these youngsters on the right path. Ben does have grander plans. He wants to become a member of Atlanta’s finest and eventually become a detective. Ben gets a letter
Marcel Bacon is a State Highway patrol Police Officer for the State of California. Marcel enforces the traffic laws for the State of California, assists with general law enforcement, and assists with other public safety agencies. Earlier in Marcel’s career he worked for the airlines and customer service. Marcel got involved in law enforcement because he enjoys structure such as discipline, and organization. Highway Patrol is a para military organization. The beginning of Marcel’s career was tough he went back and forth deciding whether he wanted to go into the Los Angeles Fire Department or Highway Patrol. He prepared eight months prior before attending the Police Academy; physically, mentally and gathered all documentation about his background prior to applying for the position; checking passed employers, tickets, neighbors and credit check. The education required for Highway Patrol is a high school diploma but for promotional opportunities it is recommended to have a degree. College courses that are not mandatory but recommended should be involved with preparing you for such as being task orientated, writing reports, paper work for courts, leadership, and structure you on a time line. There are always opportunities in law enforcement for college graduates and you can go as far as you wish to go. On a daily basis Marcel starts his day at 5:00am-3:30pm and has three days off a week, he is in daily, and works the metropolitan area and urban area mostly in LA County. He
Throughout Hitler’s reign over Germany there was an agenda that existed which led to murders of a great number of innocent people. The agenda was the extermination of Jews from Germany so that Germany could become a pure country in terms of ethnicity. It was Hitler’s idea but he only gave the orders while the SS and the Order Police carried out the orders. One group of people that helped carry out this idea of judenfrei or Jew free Germany was the Reserve Police Battalion 101. The men who made up this group were regular men that had come from a variety of careers. Most the men volunteered because the immunity that they would receive from “conscription into the army” once the volunteers had become part of
SUBJECT: MILPER Message 12-374; Army Casualty Courses Policy for Casualty Notification Officer/Casualty Assistance Officer (CNO/CAO) Certification 1. Purpose: To provide information on the standardization of the CNO/CAO initial certification course and the online CNO/CAO recertification course. 2. Facts: a.
For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a police officer. I’m sure, as a little boy, what first caught my attention were the flashing lights and sirens on the police cars. It could have also been then the facts that police officer were permitted to carry a gun and had the ability to run red lights. This is why as I grew up and played games like cops and robbers, I was always the police officer. During my teenage years, I later joined the police explorer program and really started to learn about police work. That’s when I