On 09/04/17, at approximately 8:27pm I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to 5841 Riverton Road, on a dog at large, known owner. I arrived at the location and spoke to complainant Bonnie Fisher. Ms. Fisher stated a dog residing 5833 Riverton Road is loose in the area. Ms. Fisher stated that this is not the first incident of the dog being loose. I drove to the above stated address, I knocked on the door and received no answer. I walked to the side of 5837 and 5833 Riverton Road, as I did a pit bull (brown/white) came from the backyard of 5833 Riverton Road towards me. The pit bull approached me off leash and off property. I utilized my snare pole to capture the pit bull, I guided the pit bull to my vehicle. Realizing the pit bull was not acting aggressively, I took off the snare pole and placed a leash around the pit bull. I returned to the backyard of 5833 Riverton Rd, and saw a terrier (brown/black) in a small cage. I did not see any current dog license on
On 05/06/17, at 12:28pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to 3162 E 5th Ave, on a dog on dog or cat attack no known owner of attack dog. I arrived at the location and met with the caller Carrie Samander and her boyfriend complainant Edward Oryan. I asked what happened, Mr. Oryan stated that he was walking his dog (grey/white Pit Bull) down the alley when the neighbor’s dog (white/brown Pit Bull) down the street (3189 E. 6th Ave) got loose and attacked his dog. Mr. Oryan dog protected him by getting in front of him and defending him against the pit bull. An unknown male Hispanic juvenile came out and tried to retrieve the white/brown pit bull. Mr. Oryan took his dog home and Ms. Samander than contacted the Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC). Ms. Samander stated that this is the second instance in the last few months that this white/brown pit bull got loose and attack her dog. Ms. Samander stated the injuries to her dog are minor but, that she will still be taking her dog to his injuries looked at. Ms. Samander dog had visible injuries to its ear, to the right side of its head and to the middle section of his back. I took
On 09/11/16 at 5:57pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to 841 Crevis Lane on a possible nuisance dog; dog still at large, threat to safety. I arrived at the location and spoke to complainant John Haywood. Mr. Haywood stated that he was going to his vehicle to put his daughter car set in when the neighbor’s dog came from behind him and started growling and barking at him. Mr. Haywood ran into the garage to get away. He contacted Franklin County Animal Care and Control due to the dog being previously designated dangerous. Mr. Haywood recorded the dog loose near his vehicle. I advised Mr. Haywood if he know if the dog was still loose, Mr. Haywood was unsure. I advised him I will need to check with the dog owners to make sure the dog has return home and I will return to talk to him.
On 10/03/17, at approximately 7:35am, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to the area of 5232 Freedom Ridge Drive on a dog at large, patrol only. I arrived in the area and saw a pit bull (brown/white) matching the description of the dog running loose at the above listed address. I stopped my vehicle and proceeded to check the address where the dog was at. The pit bull was tied up at that location. At that moment a unknown female came outside and headed towards her car. I pulled up and asked if the pit bull belong to her. She stated that her son who resides at that location is holding the pit bull for a friend, but that the friend left without indicating what to do with the pit
On 01/28/18 at approximately 12:39pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to the area of 3625 Shoreline Drive, on a dog at large, patrol only. I arrived on scene at approximately 1:03pm. Prior to arriving at the above location and unknown female flagged me down and stated the dog that is loose caused her dog to break loose from her chain. After speaking to the unknown female I continued to the above location, where I saw a Mastiff (Brindle) loose in that general area. I took pictures of the dog loose. I exited my vehicle and tried the approach the Mastiff but the Mastiff took off running. I following the Mastiff to 5558 Newport Court, where the Mastiff went to the back of that
On 08/26/16 at 1:48pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was patrolling the 900 Block of Heyl Ave when I saw a black and white Chihuahua running loose with no known dog owner around. I followed the dog to 969 Heyl Ave where dog owner Donna Hanes open the door and let the dog inside. Ms. Hanes stated that the dog must have gotten loose when it was in the back yard. I asked Ms. Hanes if her dog was current on dog license and vaccinations, Ms. Hanes stated he was not. I issued Ms. Hanes violations for failure to license and failure to vaccinate her dog name Tito.
On 06/20/17 at 1:50pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was patrolling the 2100 Block of Lynbridge Drive when I saw a brindle/white pit bull running loose in the area. I took pictures of the dog loose. I exited my vehicle and chase the pit bull to the backyard of a fence in house. I placed a leash on the pit bull and put her in my vehicle. The pit bull had no identifying tags to indicate ownership. I transported the dog to the Franklin County Animal Shelter (FCACC). Dog owner Devon Gordon redeemed the dog on 06/24/17. Ms. Gordon did not show proof of dog license or vaccinations. I issued Ms. Gordon violations for failure to license, failure to vaccinate and failure to control her dog name Baby.
On 07/14/16 at 7:07pm, I was dispatched to 1494 Cypresswood Court on a dog at large patrol only. I was arrived at the location and was flagged down by the complainant. The complainant stated the dog was running loose near Dublin Granville Road, her and her husband chase the dog in this general area to prevent the dog from getting hit by a car. The dog was in the backyard of 1494 Cypresswood Court. I enter the backyard and was able to place a leash on the dog. I place the dog in my van. Dog owner Heather Davis reclaimed the dog on 07/15/2016. Ms. Davis was unable to show proof of dog license and vaccinations. I issued Ms. Davis violations for failure to license, failure to vaccinate and failure to control.
On 10.20.17 at approximately 6:00pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was patrolling the 1200 block of N 6th Ave, when I saw a pit bull (White/Brown) loose in the area. I exited my vehicle and approached the pit bull, the pit bull came to me without any issues, I placed a leash on the pit bull. A unknown African American male advised me that the pit bull resided at 1273 N. 6th St. I walked to the house and knocked on the door. A unknown African American female answered. I asked her if the pit bull resided at the location she stated it did. I asked her if the pit bull name Diamond was current on dog license and vaccinations the unknown African American female did not know that is when she
On 07/18/16 at 11:33pm, I was dispatched to 64 E Fairfield St on an injury possible dangerous or vicious dog, owner known. I arrived at the location and was met by Victim Allen Todd; he advised me that he will be going to Grant Hospital to address his injuries. Mr. Todd explained the course of events to me before leaving for the hospital. Mr. Todd was walking his dog on a leash when the offending dog came charging out of 67 E Fairfield St. The dog proceeded to attack his dog, in the process of trying to break of the altercation between the dogs, Mr. Todd was injured. Mr. Todd wrote out a statement of facts in regards to incident. The witness statement was taken by Fairfield County Sheriff Deputy J. Warner. The incident report and victim
On 05/29/16 at 8:00pm, I was dispatched to 2142 Balford Square East on injury-possible dangers or vicious dog and owner surrender. I arrived at the house and spoke to dog owner Delane Murrell Jr. Mr. Murrell stated that his son was standing in the kitchen when their dog came in the house from the back yard and attacked his son. Mr. Murrell wrote out a statement of facts in regards to the incident. Mr. Murrell also stated that he wanted to surrender the dog. I took pictures of the injuries to Qimari Brown. Qimari has puncture wounds to his right thigh and to the right side of back. Mr. Murrell was unable to show proof of dog license. Mr. Murrell was issued violations for failure to license and failure to control a dangerous dog. Mr.
It is estimated that nearly 100,000 people die each year from medical errors in hospitals, with an estimated cost of between $17 and $29 billion per year. Finding a solution to this crisis has become a priority for every healthcare organization, with the realization that most errors are not caused by reckless staff, but by poor systems and processes (Institute of Medicine, 2000). Consequently, healthcare has begun to look to outside organizations in order to find solutions, by examining industries that are considered highly reliable, despite operating in hazardous situations. The lessons learned by these Highly Reliable Organizations (HROs) can be used to promote safe and reliable performance, which in turn should improve patient and staff
The basic research question is that there is a relationship between intoxication, chronic alcohol use, and violent behavior. Another research question that is stated in the article is if this relationship is a causal relationship or if it is actually spurious. Other hypotheses made on adolescents were stated later on in the article. The first one is that the relationship between drinking (prevalence and frequency) and engaging in violence while sober is weaker than the relationship between drinking and violence. The second hypothesis is that the relationship between quantity of drinking and engaging in violence while sober is weaker than the relationship between quantity of drinking and violence and the relationship between quantity of drinking and violence while drinking. The third hypothesis is that adolescents who have a history of prior violence are more
To get ahead of this situation the C.E.O. would have to include a local general leader; and according to Crandall “The leader must have the ability to remain calm and focused on the harassment management process while making decisions under significant pressure” (Crandall, Parnell, and Spillen. 2013 pg. 172). The C.E.O. must be able to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, customers, vendors, media, and employees. He should understand the harassment implications, including keeping a calm and safe work atmosphere. It is his responsibility to identify financial issues and provide cost effective solutions to such issues. Furthermore, I would recommend getting in front of a social media crisis. With