Do You know what L.E.A.D. stands for? It stands for Law Enforcement Against Drugs. Over the course of the L.E.A.D. program I learned the effects of alcohol, tobacco and drugs. I also learned about how to handle peer pressure and set goals.
Have you thought about what you want to do after high school i have thought about it over and over. After hard thinking I came to conclusion what i would want to be. I would want to be a Arkansas State Trooper. The history of the Troopers, is that on march 19th it was approved that arkansas had a state police department.
The first important topic we learned about in D.A.R.E was on drugs and alcohol and how not to abuse them. We learned many important things, such as the effects of drugs and alcohol on the mind and body and how a great number deaths occur
These are things that I learned in DARE. The Introduction, DARE is Define, Assess, Respond, and Evaluate. First, drug abuse, what is drug abuse? When friends or strangers offer you drugs, which is bad. The only drugs are good are or is medicine your doctor gives you when you have strep throat which is amoxicillin. When strangers or friends offer you drugs you should say: no. Which is the option you do choose, but if they have something wrong with them and start attacking you or beat you up, then feel free to kick then in the shin or punch them and run if it’s after school but with the stranger, run away even if you are an adult still do.
In my community, we have a bad case of drugs. In the community of Chambersburg, there is lot of heroin. Not only is there heroin but there is many other drugs that the people of Chambersburg sell and make. A few of those drugs are marijuana, cocain, and meth, ect. But it is very difficult to find out who is dealing, and who is using. Here are some article I found about drug use in Chambersburg.
Officer Randal David Simmons was born on July 22, 1956 in San Bernardino, CA at Norton Air Force Bade Hospital. His parents name are Matthew and Constance Simmons. After graduating from Fairfax High School in Los Angeles, he received a football scholarship. He attended Washington State University in Pullman, Washington where he earned bachelors of Arts in Sociology. He played college football and hoping he could play professionally. After attending training camp with the Dallas cowboys, he played a few pre-season games. He sustained an injury during the pre-season and that’s when he decided to pursue a career in law enforcement.
A New York State Trooper has many job duties, ranging from traditional duties to specialized investigations. They enforce vehicle and traffic laws as well as other laws across the state. In many areas, New York State Troopers are the first responders to any call for service. Troopers may be called on to testify in court and to help prosecute cases. They respond to emergency situations and are required to make split-second decisions in high-pressure scenarios. After four years of service, NYS Troopers may apply for promotion or appointment to specialized duties in areas like the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, the Protective Services Unit, or the Aviation Unit. To become a New York State Trooper candidates must be at least 20 years old and no
I’ve learned how to use the D.D.M.M in my real life. Before Officer Trapp came in our classroom, I was doing my decisions before I thought about what I did. Now I stop and think about what
It’s been a pleasure to spend time with Officer Trapp every Friday at D.A.R.E. He has taught us so much, and I have taken some very valuable lessons from that. D.A.R.E. has been a great experience for me, because I learned about drugs, making decisions, and new vocabulary words.
The standard that the courts established that allows police to use deadly force to effect an arrest is appropriate. An officer cannot utilize deadly force to arrest an individual unless there is probable cause to believe that the person poses a threat to commit serious bodily harm to the officer or someone else. The use of deadly force to prevent a fleeing felon from escaping is disproportionate and unconstitutional. An officer may use deadly force if he has given appropriate notice to arrest, and there is a reason to believe that the violent fleeing felon will put the police or the community in imminent danger. Deadly force may be reasonable under certain circumstances where there is a fear of harm to you or someone else. This standard is
Thank you again for participating in Officer Training Month. We hope this programming will jumpstart your success in your new officer role. We’re always trying to make the best content for our members, and your valuable input will help us reach this goal.
America was first introduced to the first SWAT teams in the year of 1966. SWAT, which first stood for Special Weapons Attack Team, and then was later changed to Special Weapons and Tactics, was founded by Daryl Gates who was a police commander for the Los Angeles Police Department. SWAT teams are different from regular law enforcement in the fact that they are far more advanced and handle far more advanced and dangerous situations. They use more powerful weapons and more experienced policing tactics. They could be considered the elite members of law enforcement. SWAT teams do not just deal with the normal criminal. They handle the extreme criminals who often defy law enforcement. SWAT teams were founded in an effort the lower the massively high crime rate that was dominating the late 1990s. These specially trained police officers are an example of the paramilitary policing which also first arose during this time period. Paramilitary policing can be defined just how it sounds. It is a style of policing that is similar
Have you ever done D.A.R.E.? Well I have and Officer Trapp has been the greatest D.A.R.E. officer ever! He does astonishing things in D.A.R.E. and he can be really amusing things. I love D.A.R.E. so much. Three things I learned in D.A.R.E. are: I learned about smoking and alcohol and why not to use them, I learned how to make big decisions, and ‘id know what to say if I get asked for drugs and alcohol.