Derek is a fifteen year old African American male who is currently before the court for charges of violation of probation and grand larceny auto. On February 3, 2016, Derek appeared with his mother and attorney, Nathan Chapman, in court before the Honorable Judge Joel P. Crowe. His charges were violation of parole, grand larceny auto, and grand larceny, no operator’s license (2nd offense), two counts of armed robbery, two counts
According to Fraser and Terzian, 2005 (as cited by Frey, Mandlawitz, Perry, and Walker, 2016), “risk factor is any event, condition, or experience that increases the probability that a problem will be formed, maintained, or exacerbated” (p. 99). They defined protective factors as factors or behaviors, which reduces the likelihood of undesirable results. In basic terms, risk factors are anything that contributes to the possibility of a negative outcome and protective factors are actions that serve as a guide towards the desired results.
Xander L. is a young man with a rough start in life, who is a known gang member, and has
Xander has previous run-in with the law. This juvenile adjudication includes purse snatching, breaking and entering into homes and drug possession. His first juvenile adjudication started at the age of 13 years old.
Three black males were reported to have robbed a gun store in Strawberry. A single pearl handled pistol and a box of money was stolen. One boy was caught, his name is T.J Avery, and he is currently in jail. The convict tried to blame local citizens R.W and Melvin. He claimed,”They the ones got me in it”. His friend Cassie Logan’s thoughts on this are,”They wouldn’t do that to ole T.J!” His trial has not yet been held.
On February 3, 2016, Hakeim was before the Portsmouth Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for charges of grand larceny, and assault and battery on a law enforcement officer. The charges were taken under advisement of the court with a review date set for July 7, 2016. He was placed on indeterminate supervised probation, ordered to counseling (completed Job Readiness and Anger Management) and a substance abuse evaluation. At the time, the youth and his mother resided in the city of Norfolk, Virginia. Courtesy supervision was accepted by Norfolk Court Service Unit on February 24, 2016. According to reports, Hakeim’s adjustment to supervision was problematic in that he displayed behavioral problems in school and had poor attendance resulting in a 10 day school suspension and a house arrest sanction. The youth also had on–going issues with marijuana usage. During this time, the youth also failed the 10th
On March 28, 2016, I was assigned this case to follow up. This investigation involves Ms. Ashlyn Cruz a sixteen year old T.C Williams High School student who is a frequent runaway. In the last couple of months I have been assigned multiple runaway cases Involving Ms. Cruz. I have been in touch with Mr. Locke of the Court Services Unit and her probation Officer Pamela Nieva.
On July 6, 2015, I was assigned this case to follow up. This case involves Mr. Tavon Lanier a fourteen year old male. Mr. Lanier’s mother, Ashauta Lanier reported her son ran away on July 4, 2015. On July 7, 2015, I spoke to Mr. Don Earlington Intake Officer of the Court Service Unit. He confirmed an active detention order for Mr. Lanier. Mr. Earlington confirmed previous runaway events and additional incidents in Maryland where Mr. Lanier had taken a handgun to school. Mr. Lanier’s current Probation Officer is Macalister.
Preventable infections regardless of the causative agent, have become major triggers of unintended patient outcome, increased morbidity, and mortality (Arias, 2010). Methicillin Sensitive Staphylococcus Aureus (MSSA) and Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) are the most common causes of healthcare associated infections (HAI) and outbreaks in acute care hospitals and community settings (CADTH, 2010). The widespread infection with the MRSA pathogen is believed to have increased from 2.4 percent in 1975 to 29 percent in 1991 and 2003 in hospitals across the United States (U S) (CADTH, 2010). The prevalence is even greater among Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients at 53 percent (CADTH, 2010) and continues to rise due to the widespread
John Doe is an offender who has been in and out of trouble since he was a teenager. John Doe caught his first charge on 02-04-2000 at the age of 16 for possession of drug paraphernalia, passion with attempt to sell and deliver Marijuana a SCH. VI, attempt to sell and deliver Cocaine SCH. II, and maintain dwelling. On 08-09-2000 the offender was then charged with possession with attempt to sell and delivery of Marijuana, maintain and dwelling, and felony conspiracy. A month after that on 09-26-2000 the offender was charged with assault on a female. In 05-08-2001 the offender was charged again with the sale of SCH. II(90-95(A)(1) NC), PWIMSD Cocaine (90-95(A)(1) NC), Sale and Delivery of controlled substance Cocaine (90-95 NC). In April of 2002
An assisted fall is when a staff member witnesses a patient's fall and attempts to minimize the impact of descend. Many patient falls occurring during hospital encounters may cause little or no harm but some can result in serious and even possibly life-threatening consequences for many patients such as hip fractures and head trauma. Even when a fall does not lead to death, it can require prolonged hospitalization. Some could suffer disability, loss of function, and lose their independence or premature death. “Patient falls in hospitals are a common and often preventable adverse event. Nurses routinely conduct fall risk assessment on all patients, but communication of fall risk status and tailored interventions to prevent falls is variable at best.” (Hurley,
The use of pesticides is an important decision that thousands of communities face each year. Nobody likes dealing with mosquitos and the diseases they bring so using chemicals and pesticides is an option but with other consequences. Mosquitos carry West Nile Virus that affects the city of Genericville every year with 50 cases projected this year in the city and two fatalities as well. On the other hand, the chemicals proposed for controlling the mosquito population has its own risks. The pesticide Malathion is also dangerous to people if they come in contact with it before it degrades. The potential for citizens of the city being exposed is almost a certainty
Hey Alex, Congratulation on graduating from Herzing University with your Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and joining the law enforcement family as a Deputy Sheriff’s. As, I understand Alex, you just finished the Sheriff Department Training Academy and will be beginning your career patrolling the north end of the city on the night shift. Alex, some of the important things to remember when you are patrolling your area are citizen’s civil rights, defenses to civil litigation, the elements of managing risk on the job and how your decision could make a positive or negative impact in someone else life.
As such, our company’s people resources pose the greatest risk for security breach. Our way to help mitigate risk in this area is to keep communication lines open in this area and to continually mandate security knowledge training, with mandatory updates on a regular basis. When the employees are informed of company policy when facing a security matter, they are better equipped to act in the best or right way. In this way knowledge is power – or at least empowerment to act in the best interest of the company’s information security.
The purpose of a risk assessment plan, and especially this one in particular, is to analyze the threats or dangers to the Defense Logistics Information Service, which is the largest logistics combat support agency for the Department of Defense. A proper risk assessment plan is vital to protect both the information we store for the military, as well as the troops and civilians that would be in danger should this data be compromised.