• Gwrgwrgwrgwrg
    Police ride-along I did a Police ride-along with Sergeant Kota. Sergeant Kota was a very exciting and outgoing person. I could not have picked a better place to go for my community service. I made my way to the small Peoria Police station at 1 pm. I walked into the...
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  • Freedom Rides
    In 1947 the CORE put together the first freedom ride, named “The Journey of Reconciliation”. The case of Morgan v. Virginia was the basis of the “Journey of Reconciliation”. December 1960, in the case of Boynton v. Virginia, the Supreme Court ruled segregation of inter-state travel illegal. The Boynton...
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  • Criminal Justice Essay
    observations, and experiences that I had during my ride along with Andover Police Department and my current endeavors to become a law enforcement officer. My thoughts and expectations are probably different than someone who was just doing the police ride along to complete the required project. I really like...
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  • Essay
    and December 31st of 2012 I was a volunteer for the City and County of Denver. This position is a volunteer program and it is not paid. As a Denver Police Explorer, I attended a Recruit Academy from April 26, 2008 to July 5, 2008 which will take place over ten all day sessions on Saturdays. Then, Explorers...
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  • Ride Along
    A student ride-along allows the student to observe the use of discretion and techniques that are used by the police officers who patrol our communities. Many people falsely believe that policing is what they see portrayed in the media. We never realize that there is much more to police work then what...
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  • Silvya
    Silvya Sanchez Police Systems Reaction Paper Ride Along The first thing that came to my mind when I need it to do a “ride along” was terror, why? Because I was thinking that riding with a police officer will may get me in dangerous situation because I might be caught in a criminal chase or a...
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  • Ride a Long
    a few ride alongs with campus police instead of going and seeing a court case. I enjoyed this more because for the most part I find them to be long or boring and a ride around seemed a lot more interesting. So far I’ve had three ride-a-longs; two during the day and one at night. The first ride-a-long...
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  • Competitive Analysis
    because of this, driving while under the influence is a very prevalent problem in Boulder. In 2005, there were 109 DUI’s reported by the CU-Boulder Police Department (Crime Reports and Statistics, n.d.). It is important to contribute to the effort to keep drunk drivers off the road and to keep students...
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  • Goals
    payment on a home, obtain my Associates in Science degree, at Valencia College, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and participate in the ride along program with an Orlando Police Department officer. Accomplishing all of my short-term goals, I will have reached my starting point for my long-term goal of finishing...
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  • Agency Project
    Agency Plan Improving Police and Community Relations Seattle, WA Jeff Reinhard Ravin McCabe Joseph Canales Heather Vaske Seattle, Washington 1. The police do their jobs well. a. Strongly Agree b. Agree c. Neutral d. Disagree e. Strongly Disagree 2...
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  • ABCs
    Professionalism in CJ RIDE ALONG It was a lousy-cloudy Monday February 27 that I went on a ride along for the very first time. I went into the Campus’ Police Department early in the semester and filled out some forms requesting a ride along, I was told a background check would be conducted...
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  • Letter
    As a soon to be junior at Rowan University, I have noticed that the university could improve on its campus safety. I, along with others feel that Rowan police are more concerned about giving students tickets and getting them in trouble for such things as partying then their actual physical safety. There...
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  • Chicken
    the wealthy range due to her occupation. As a police officer, they are responsible for enforcing laws and maintaining peace with the communities. In addition to earning a high school diploma, police officers receive training at a police academy. Some police officers complete degree programs in law enforcement...
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  • The Australian and American Freedom Rides
    The Australian and American Freedom Rides This essay briefly discusses the similarities and differences of the ‘Australian and American Freedom Rides’ history. Throughout the essay, there is a discussion on what the reasons were for the protest of the Freedom Rides. It also points out the duration of...
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  • Marketing Campaigns
    existence for fifteen years. The mayor mentioned in a recent town hall meeting that the township was in need of several items for the city and the Police Department. In order to avoid raising taxes to cover these items, he suggested finding committees or an established nonprofit to help with these needs...
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  • Law Enforcement
    drugs. So I think when community policing are being done throughout the community that gives the police officer to become community educators, planners and organizers, which in the end it allows the police officers to appreciate their citizens as well as to learn how to work together with them, not...
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  • Shadowing a Nurse
    agent Dan Curtain from New Haven. They gave me excellent information and advice. I also got to go on a ride along with officer Landry and gained a lot of knowledge on what an afternoon is like for a police officer. The hiring process is very long and will have any applicant very nervous. The qualifications...
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  • The Simpsons “the Springfield Connection”
    down. She decides to join in the Springfield police foundation, which homer wasn’t too happy about. Marge eventually becomes frustrated because there is crime in every corner of the streets and realizes that there is too much corruption in the Springfield police force. Homer's view on women is that they...
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  • Admission Paper 2
    had to be good. No, I had worked my way up in a career that I did not like and was often frustrated. Just like my parents, I had a dream to be a police officer. Expressing this dream to family and friends got a similar response as being thoughtless, irresponsible, and careless. How could I give up...
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  • The Thief Lord Summary
    the children gradually begin to warm up to the detective, with the exception of Riccio, who stubbornly believes that Victor will turn them in to the police if they release him. The negative feelings between the two escalate into an argument one day, and Victor gives the children Dottore Massimo's address...
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