On 06/14/2017 around 1750 hours, I, Officer Burkes, responded to a report of a suspicious person knocking on a door at 1504 Homestead Blvd. The caller stated that a white male was bleeding all over her door and asking her to call 911. When I arrived on scene, I noticed a white male, later identified as Alex Schesny, sitting between the screen door and steele door. I asked Alex to get up and walk out to the back of my patrol car. Once on the back of my car, I retrieved my gloves out of the front seat.
I am originally from Nacogdoches TX but was raised in Greenbrier AR. After completion of high school I joined the Army on October 19, 2004 as a 21D (Engineer Diver). I attended basic training at Fort Lenardwood, MO. Upon completion or basic training I moved into phase I of advanced individual training at Fort Lenardwood and then to phase II at Panama City, FL. My first duty assignment was with the 86th Dive Detachment in December 2005.
SUBJECT: Developing Warrant Officers for the Future 1) Purpose: To provide information on developing Warrant Officers utilizing the Warrant Officer 2025 Strategy. 2) Facts: a. The Warrant Officer 2025 Strategy seeks to produce a capable warrant officer cohort of trusted professionals who are technologically agile, adaptive, and are innovative leaders for the Army’s Force 2025 and beyond. Through optimized accessions, leader development, and world class professional military education (PME) warrant officers can continue to be relied upon to maintain a depth of knowledge and provide expedient solutions to increasingly complex problems now and in the future. The Warrant Officer 2025 Strategy aims to develop cohort centric best practices
You’re unbelievably excited. You’ve been planning this party for weeks now. Brian is going to bring a keg, and Patty’s bringing the lighter fluid. Your bonfire is going to be one for the books. You rush home after school, get your Bluetooth speaker and make a fire (pun intended) playlist.
QUESTION ONE: Departmental rank authority states that Police Officer IIs are allowed to utilize the less than lethal shotgun without requesting permission in situations requiring it. In which of these situations does the above statement NOT apply for Police Officer IIs? [0/1] D – Large-scale brawls QUESTION TWO: According to the rank authority, from which rank are officers authorized to utilise the pump-action shotgun in situations requiring it?
To prepare an officer selection and training program for organization officers I chose to do it on the Scottsdale Honors Cotillion organization. Scottsdale Honors Cotillion is a tax-exempt public charity, which was created and initiated in 1965. This organization only allows Scottsdale city school female, senior students to participate, such schools would be Chaparral, Cactus Shadows, Arcadia, Coronado, Desert Mountain, Phoenix Country Day, Notre Dame Preparatory, and Saguaro High school. There are many guidelines in order to be considered for membership into this organization and such guidelines would include: having and maintaining a average overall GPA of a 3.0 or higher, continue as a full time student at your school, attend a chosen
The “Peace Officer’s Bill of Rights” provide law enforcement officers many of the same rights and privileges of that of the U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights. The officers require more protection to prevent coercion from internal investigations that they could easily face during their career. The peace officers bill of rights stemmed from officers wanting a little greater safeguard that protects them from “perceived arbitrary infringement of their rights (Peak, Gaines, & Glenson, 2009, p. 246). According to our text, these statutes identify they type of material that must be afforded to the officer, as to their responsibility to cooperate during the investigation, the right to representation, and the rules and procedures concerning the gathering evidence, especially the interrogation of the officer” (Peak et al., 2009, p. 246).
Throughout life, everyone will come to face obstacles or challenges that they will have to face. Some obstacles can be small like passing a class or learning how to tie your shoes, and some obstacles can be big like facing your fears or going through your parents’ divorce. I’ve faced many conflicts or obstacles in my life, most being fairly small, but there were some obstacles that might seem small to others, but felt very big to me. One of my biggest obstacles that I have had to face was running for district officer for Longview District FFA.
For this assignment, I chose stone catchers. I had the opportunity to interview Warsaw’s chief of Police Scott Whitaker. This experience was very informative. Chief Whitaker and the entire police department conveyed a strong sense of community. Scott told me that his experience in the community of Warsaw was very rewording (Whitaker).
Prisoners say, “all correction officers are disrespectful and don’t care about how much we suffer in this prison.” This group, correction officers, are some really elite guys, they have a really tough job in their workplace. All over society there is people that say, “Ohh correction officers are crooked and are overpaid.” Correction officers are the ones that get there hands dirty with all the prisoners that have murdered, raped and have broken the law in any way possible. Correction officers might be disrespectful, but they might have a reason.