In order to meet the challenges facing our department of providing quality patrol services we must strive to find ways to be creative in improving service delivery. To that end, I propose we utilize available technology to leverage the skills of our patrol officers by enhancing their ability in the field. As an agency, we have done well in the area of remaining ahead of most trends but with the ever-changing face of technology, it is difficult for law enforcement to keep up with those changes. This proposal will introduce a cost-effective way for patrol officers to utilize mobile crime mapping data via their department issued Apple iPhones that will potentially enhance their efficiency and effectiveness. The specific company / software
She thinks he’s too good to be true, all hard muscle and brooding male, but when she learns that his past is just as messed up as hers, or worse, she finds a strong connection to him and thinks he could be her way out.
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He ignores the signs that she may be potentially dangerous and instead longs for her. Her eyes indicate her uncanniness and she is seen as
He directs the camera to an angle which can view both himself and his new friend. Walking in shuffled steps, he makes his way to the humanoid that stands less than a metre apart from him. He flicks a switch on it’s “abdomen” and steps back to observe his results.
My Big Idea Project is about criminology and analyzing it through a forensic lens. I chose this topic because it has interest me and this is what I like to do. Learning more about this should be very fun but challenging. I am looking forward to face obstacles and overcoming them. I chose this project because this is my passion since I was in middle school. I use to watch a lot of crime cases and this show partially called CSI and Law and Order. They were both amazingly great shows and I was convinced that this is what I really want to do when I am done with college. I have recently started to watch this show called Forensic Files on Netflix and it has changed my whole idea of my project. Previously, my initial question was:
He turns away from her, and she walks backwards from her prior position, her eyes never moving from the back of his head. Her movements are disjointed, and she feels a disconnection between her mind and what she’s doing. Her mind is startlingly clear, with only one goal in mind: to finally finish things.
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After this, the guitarist returns back to the main theme, this time at a louder dynamic, which indicates a more intense and passionate love. During this rhythmic moment noted above, the man gradually makes his way to the woman who is now wearing a flirtatious smile with all other men dispersing to make way for the tall, broad body. The instant he reaches her, he grabs her hand and kisses it slowly but passionately while introducing himself during which she questions why a man like him would be in such a small, unknown
The story is situated in a fashionable neighborhood in Tokyo. On a narrow side street, the narrator walks past the 100% perfect girl. He doesn’t look at her for more than a moment, but he knows immediately that she is his perfect match. “The moment I see her, there’s a rumbling in my chest, and my mouth is as dry as a desert” (2). The narrator is very certain of his feelings for her, even though she is not unusually eye-catching, nor is she very young. Rather, she is around the age of thirty and in a disheveled state. “But still, I know from fifty yards away: She’s the 100% perfect girl for me” (2). The next day, the narrator recounts the event to another man, possibly a friend, but he is unable to recall the exact features of the girl. All he can remember is the feelings that were going through his chest at the time, which proves that a person doesn’t fall in love with the looks of a person but the heart.