On July 11, 2017, the representative notified Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) that the CP failed to cooperate with Child Support by not keeping her July 5th appointment. On July 17, 2017, letters of Intent to Close child support enforcement cases were mailed to the CP after receipt of the FACETS terminations report notifying that the CP’s TANF case was scheduled to close on July 31, 2017. On August 7, 2017, the CP came to the office and requested to speak with a supervisor about her sanction. She said that she did not receive the appointment letter for her July 5th intake appointment. She did not have any documentation or verification from the post office regarding any problems with her mail delivery. The CP’s address was verified. The CP was informed that since the letter was not returned by the postal service, the sanction could not be rescinded without documentation or
The applicant requests an upgrade of his under other than honorable conditions discharge to general, under honorable conditions. The applicant contends his discharge was not handled fairly. The applicant states, in effect, it all started with one incident in which he had inappropriate relationship, disrespect a senior NCO, and he pursued Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) actions through the chain of command. The applicant contends he was trying to move forward, but the unit chose not to transfer him due to his rank reduction. The applicant states, in effect, he advised by counsel to take a Chapter 10, instead of going to trial by court-martial. The applicant contends he had one mistake in 10 years of service, he accepts the consequences,
This article discusses how badly the corrections officers treat the inmates at Mid-State Correctional Facility in New York. The inmates are beaten and penetrated by foreign objects by the officers that are supposed protect them. Not only are they mistreating the inmates but they are getting away with it as well.
Angela Davis in her book, Are Prisons Obsolete?, argues for the overall abolishment of prisons. Amongst the significant claims that support Davis’ argument for abolition, the inadequacy of prison reforms stands out as the most compelling. Reform movements truthfully only seek to slightly improve prison conditions, however, reform protocols are eventually placed unevenly between women and men. Additionally, while some feminist women considered the crusade to implement separate prisons for women and men as progressive, this reform movement proved faulty as female convicts increasingly became sexually assaulted. Following the theme of ineffectiveness, the reform movement that advocated for a female approach to punishment only succeeded in strengthening
Professionalism as Bartollas and Siegel define it “refers to a set of character strengths and personal values directed at providing the highest quality service to others in the workplace, both colleagues and clients” (2013). In the field of corrections, professionalism affects not only those working in the facility or those imprisoned within its walls, but the families of inmates and officers /correctional staff, the local community, and the relationships within the law enforcement community as well.
This case involved Giselle Hernandez being a danger to herself. Hernandez was transported to the Exodus Urgent Care Center, where she was placed on a WIC 5150 hold.
Albert W. Florence, the petitioner in this case, was initially arrested in 1998 and charged with use of a deadly weapon and obstruction of justice (Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders, Opinion, I). He pled guilty to two lesser counts and was ordered to make monthly payments to cover his fine. However, as stated in the Opinion of the Court, he did not keep up with his payments, and a warrant was issued for his arrest in 2003. Florence paid the rest of his fine only days later. However, when he and his wife were pulled over in Burlington County, New Jersey, in 2005, the state trooper’s computer system still had Florence’s warrant, so he arrested and transported him to Burlington County Detention Center. However, as noted in the majority opinion, the arrest itself was not the cause of the case.
The issue is whether the district court correctly granted summary judgment in the favor of the defendant because the shaker table rotation rule at issue was an essential function of the employee’s job. For the reason that plaintiff could not carry out her essential function needed as a shaker table inspector job, the District Court articulate that appellant was not a qualified individual as per the ADA. In addition, the district court the reliable that appellant could not sustain a claim for reasonable accommodation, for the reason that any exclusion from the rotation system would make a danger of increasing the injuries for the pretender and the other table inspectors and therefore, would be arbitrary. In other words, was the case so that no reasonable jury could find that the employee was eligible for reasonable essential accommodation claim under
Per summons and complaint, plaintiff claims assault and false arrest. Plaintiff states that he was handcuffed, grabbed, and physically thrown through a plate glass window by defendant Sgt. Eliezer Pabon. Disposition of the criminal case is unknown at this time.
An Enforcer inquiry was conducted to determine if any members of the 110 Detective Squad ran the name "Shawn Thomas" from 2100 hours on 06/08/2015 - 2100 hours on 06/09/2015. The Enforcer Check revealed that two (2) members of the 110 Squad ran the name "Shawn Thomas", Det. Kelly and Det. Patel (formerly assigned to the 110th Squad). These two officers were subsequently added to this case as subjects with the allegation of DRV-Other for failure to take appropriate actio n in regards to an active I-Card.
On 10/30/2015, at approximately 2040 hours, Officer Bowman and your affiant were dispatched to 208 East Mount Vernon Street. The caller, Paul Whalen, stated that his brother just called someone to sell and drop off prescription medication.
In determining whether a genuine issue of the material fact whether a genuine issue of material fact occurs regarding the reasonableness of the requested accommodation, we first examine whether Turners facial presenting that her proposed accommodation is possible. If appellant has made out a prima facie showing, the load then shifts to prove a favorable defense, that the accommodations requested by Turner are unreasonable or would cause an undue hardship on the employer. In contrast, If Turner has satisfied her initial burden, Turners proposed accommodation seems practical. At this time, Hershey rotations policy is new one which had never been required of employees in Turners position. If Turner 's proposed accommodation would permit the new rotation program to endure, even though on a modified basis. Under Turners proposed accommodation, each inspector could continue to rotate on the hourly basis, with Turners, herself, rotating only between line 8 and 9. Hershey has not put up with that because this is not practical or
In your grievance filed at CACF, you claim the mattress you were issued is defective. You further claim inmates at CACF are not receiving the same type of mattresses as other ADC inmates. Your resolution is to receive a new mattress.
The topic this past week that will be most beneficial to my ministry is the session with Commissioner Fred Ruth. Commissioner Ruth’s officership was more than a wonderful story; it was account of life that put pride aside, was completely available, and of someone who was fully obedient to his calling. There were many points made by Commissioner Ruth that I will consider for my ministry as an officer.
The legal implications and feasibility of integrating the Syariah courts into the federal judicial system through restoration of Article 121 of Federal Constitution