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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Paperless Office
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    The Paperless (?) Office 1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the paperless office? There are many advantages to having a paperless office. One advantage is that companies are able to greatly reduce the amount of paper that they use. Not only does this help the environment, it helps cut costs within the organization. Companies are also able to improve service through implementing the paperless office. This is because communication is immediate and does not get lost in a pile of papers...
  • Deadly Force And The Officer
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    The use of deadly force is used throughout the U.S., and the definition of deadly force is best described by the FBI which states that: deadly force is the intentional use of a firearm or other instrument resulting in a high probability of death. But who determines when it's okay for a police officer to use deadly force? When does deadly force cross the line and when does officer feels his / her life is grave danger and to escape has to use deadly force? What circumstances will justify the use o...
  • Two Articles Regarding Consent Searches
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    Using the Infotrac access system, I located two articles regarding consent searches. The first article discuses the acquiring of consent by police officers by means of deception. The other sets guidelines for officers when attempting to obtain consent while keeping the voluntariness of the suspect in mind. The first article appeared in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin in August of 1996. Kimberly A. Crawford discusses guidelines for officers to follow when obtaining consent for warrantless search...
  • Officers
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    JUST BEFORE DAWN on Oct. 30, 90 law-enforcement officers wearing black masks and fatigues and armed with assault rifles stormed the Martin Luther King Jr. /Marcus Garvey Cooperative in the Western Addition. They used special 'shock-lock's hot gun rounds to blow apartment doors off their hinges and cleared people out of rooms by throwing 'flash-bang grenades,' which produce nonlethal explosions that terrify and disorient people. At a Nov. 4 police commission meeting, a train of furious and sobbin...
  • Bethesda North Ambulatory Surgery Center
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    The prospective employer that I would like to work for in the future is Obstetrics & Gynecology Associates, Inc. They have two locations in the Cincinnati area, one is in Fairfield at 3050 Mack Road and the other is in West Chester at 7593 Tyler's Place Boulevard Suite 103. They both can be reach at 221-3800. As for the West Chester there office hours are Monday 8: 30 to 5: 00, Tuesday 10: 30 to 7: 00, Wednesday 8: 30 to 5: 00, Thursday 8: 00 to 4: 00 and Friday 8: 30 to 5: 00. To schedule an ap...
  • Orders To Officer Candidate School
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    UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS INTELLIGENCE OFFICER The United States Marine Corps is looking for a "Few Good Men" for their Officer Corps. There are a few different ways to achieve the rank of Second Lieutenant. Some officers go straight from college to a recruiter, and others join as an enlisted Marine and apply for an officer rank later in their career. I am applying for a commission from the enlisted ranks. I have found that enlisted to officer programs have many requirements and can be somewhat...
  • Access To The National Democratic Committee Office
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    Watergate Burglary Thesis: Governor Willie Starkie surrounded himself with people that were crooked, just like President Richard Nixon. The people who were in charge of getting Nixon elected did what was necessary to get Nixon elected. I. Watergate first break in occurred on May 28, 1972. A. The burglars made and attempt to unscrew a lock. B. The burglars were after trash. II. Watergate's second break in occurred on June 7, 1972. A. The burglars came back and broke into a safe, stealing cash and...
  • Brutality In Los Angles 7 The Officers
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    Police Brutality By Matt HowardCompositionPeroid 1 Mrs. Kolar December 20, 1996'We were following are training as L.A.P.D. officers,' said officer Stacey Koon who was one of four officers accused of using excessive force against Rodney King. {Brutality in Los Angles 7 } Koon along with fellow officers Timothy Wind, Lawrence Powell, and Theodore Brings chased King through downtown Los Angles. King had allegedly committed numerous traffic violations and was thought to be high on PCP. After a hour ...
  • Few Hundred Metres Above The Ground
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    It is three oclock in the afternoon. A cool wind blows across the frozen plain. It was a typical March afternoon on the Siberian plain, somewhere deep in the Russian wilderness. The f laura and fauna that inhabit this environment are the product of hundreds of millions of years evolution, the time it takes to virtually perfect a species. They continue to go about their game of predator and pray, unaware of the petty political struggles that are going on thousands of kilometers away. The calm is ...
  • Hopkins And Decatur
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    The birth of the United States Navy on 13 October 1775 formed a defensive measure in response to the growing need to protect the commerce of a developing nation from the then largest navy in the world, the British fleet. E sek Hopkins, the brother of a powerful Rhode Island politician found himself selected as the first Commander in Chief of the Continental Navy. During the French and Indian War, Hopkins quickly emerged as an experienced merchantman as well as a participant in the profitable pri...
  • Number Of Venal Offices
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    The Move From Aristocracy To Bureaucracy Discuss This View Of The Development Of States Within Thi This question assumes much about the nature of an aristocracy in a Europe that saw countries such as Turkey where, until around 1570, the aristocracy was almost negligible to Russia, where the boyars of Ivan IV are believed by some to have replaced the Tsar himself. In a continent of such diversity, there is bound to be a different reasoning for each form of aristocracy and the development of each ...
  • Officer And Jacks Tribe
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    Essay- The irony of the ending of the Lord of the Flies. The ending of the novel "Lord of the Flies", was somewhat surprising. I was surprised, at least. Its very ironic how they are rescued and who they are rescued by. At this point in the novel, the boys are no longer acting like humans, but are savages. They fight for power, and hunt each other down like animals. Jack has taken control and has formed a tribe to hunt the pigs, and whoever wont follow his rules. They eventually start killing ea...
  • Office Life
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    A story of the horrors of office life Perfect Tense, by Michael Bracewell (Vintage) Early on in this novel of that oxymoron, office life, Bracewell's nameless narrator recalls walking along with the commuter tide over London Bridge. How can you not think of Eliot "A crowd flowed over London Bridge, so many, / I had not thought death had undone so many. / Sighs, short and infrequent, were exhaled, / And each man fixed his eyes before his feet". Bracewell's office drone puts it this way: "The glar...
  • Moment The Apparatus
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    In The Penal Colony By Franz Kafka The complication of the human brain goes beyond the need to keep traditions. We live in a world of transitions, based on moralistic facts and materialistic predominance. The evolution of man is no longer the overcoming of itself, but the universal answer to its own meaning. Can we control ourselves Or it is just a whim to be someone. "To know oneself, one should assert oneself. Psychology is action, not thinking about oneself. We continue to shape our personali...
  • Outline On Police Officer Brutality
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    I A thin line is drawn between police protection and brutality II Lethal police shootings are a subject of hot controversy A. Thorough investigations are required, but sometimes details are ignored or over-looked B. Strict rules govern the use of lethal force by officers, but, some of these rules leave discretion up to the officer and meaning can be skewed C. Police are trained to "shoot to kill" therefore, media's portrayal of police officers "winging" a suspect are false and inaccurate, leadin...

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