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Police Car

Transcript: Police // Billy and Bob end up dying on the scene. This is why police are needed. If the police hadn't shown up more people would have died. End. The scary man scowls at him and says that he hopes Bob crashes of his car because Bob is racing against the scary man. Billy watches nervously as they all line up to race, last minute Bob calls Billy into the car. Billy confused gets into the car. They think Joe is really cool so they beg their parents to go.ك Their parents know Joe and think he is irresponsible, they say no. Billy and Bob decide to sneak out once their parents fall asleep. They have Joe pick them up in his pick up truck and they drive for a long time. Billy is a little on edge because Joe brought a few other people and they are very loud. They are shouting and yelling constantly. Billy & Bob Billy and Bob are two 15 year old brothers that go to Park High School in Tuscan, Arizona. Both get invited by Joe to hang out with him on the friday coming up. By: Felicia Dolanda Daquica Daquan They both suddenly take off and crash into a traffic light as Bob tries to get them both out of the road. The police are soon there and everyone gets arrested for the dangerous activity. When they finally reach they place they wanted, its empty. Their on a sketchy road but suddenly a bunch of cars join them. A intimidating man with tattoos smoking a cigarette comes up to them ands asks if they are racing today. Bob wanting to fit in and seem cool says yes, the only problem is he doesn't know how to drive properly; he just has his permit. Plus he knows drag races are illegal because people bet money but he doesn't care right now.

police Brutality Powerpoint

Transcript: What is Police Brutality? Police Brutality is the immoral use of senseless energy, normally physical, but also verbally. Far reaching police brutality exists in numerous nations, even those that arraign it. statistics show that there are less than one percent of cops that are not reported for police brutality. People every where are looking for justice and peace. police brutality needs to be put to an end! One special case! Ramarley Graham was one of many police brutality cases. ramarley was born on April 12th, 1993. He was born in the bronx to father Franclot Graham and mother Constance Malcom. Graham grew up as a smart, kind hearted young man. then the day came where he was murdered by a nypd officer. Graham was standing infont of a bodega unarmed fixing his waistband thats when he was approached by an officer. the police report shows he took of running towards his house only a few blocks away. however the survailance footage shows different. it shows the young teen walking calmly up to his mother's house. it also shows him walking in and two officers sprinting behind, guns drawn attempting to knock on the door. while in the front the officers were unable to open the door. around back there were several officers who had gained entry by Ramarley's grandmother. after opening the front door all officers run up to ramarley's apartment. there the officers' "believe" he was flushing a bag of mariquana down the toilet. once again he had fixed his waist band and that was when the officer shot. ramarley was shot in the chest and after being sent to the hospital he was pronounced dead. they came to find ramarley unarmed and nothing else in the house or plumming system. while in the front the officers were unable to open the door. around back there were several officers who had gained entry by Ramarley's grandmother. after opening the front door all officers run up to ramarley's apartment. there the officers' "believe" he was flushing a bag of mariquana down the toilet. once again he had fixed his waist band and that was when the officer shot. ramarley was shot in the chest and after being sent to the hospital he was pronounced dead. they came to find ramarley unarmed and nothing else in the house or plumming system. As you see they killed Ramarley for no reason. It is morally wrong and terrible to see how many deaths are a result of police brutality. Ramarley's parents havent stopped trying to get justice for their son. unfortunatley the officer that shot and killed ramarley, were not charged with anything. The officer left the trial proven not guilty. Ramarley Graham case of police brutality over all there are many incidents that are recorded as police brutality. Most of the time there is no justice for the victim. most of the time the victim is most likely innocent with nothing to hide. In the us alone local police officers are involved in 400 killings per year References: Police Brutality Powerpoint from January 2010, to December 2010 several statistics about police brutality was recorded. 4,861 – reports of police misconduct tracked 6,613 - Number of law enforcement officers involved (354 were agency leaders such as chiefs or sheriffs) 6,826 - Number of alleged victims involved 247 – Number of fatalities associated with tracked reports $346,512,800 – Estimated amount spent on misconduct court costs, and attorney fees. How often does police brutality occur? Ramarley Graham Conclusion One special case cont. another police brutality case. this shows to prove how immoral our law enforcement can be! The most common excuse when it comes to police brutality. " I thought he had a gun."

Car PowerPoint

Transcript: So many choices! What are all of these rates? MSRP Invoice/Dealer Cost Gas Options to consider: Create a budget Does the rate really make a difference? Step 2 – Now that you know your budget, it’s time to consider what car fits into it! First time Auto Buyer Principal – The price of the car you are purchasing. Interest – The percentage of the loan that you pay for being provided a loan. Term – The amount of time you have to pay back your loan. I’m buying my first car! Where do I start? Current gas prices- $4.02 per gallon Average gas mileage is 25 mpg. A trip to Seattle and back will cost you $48.25 just in gas! Often one year old cars are 20%-30% cheaper Higher insurance fees, higher DMV fees Some may still be under the factory warranty- More reliable than they’ve ever been Certified used cars History of a car can be easily traced sometimes, but not always. Negotiate First, see what you can afford Be sure to consider all expenses Pick the right car for you Preapprove and prequalify before you buy Explore your financing options Buy the car at the right price How does the term affect my payments? Invoice- Includes dealer cost, and will often include the same information as the MSRP. Budget Example Prequalify and Preapprove I’m preapproved! Step 3 – How are you going to pay for it? Pay Cash Finance Buying a New Car Prime- The lowest rate that money can be borrowed commercially Fixed- An amount that will not change, no matter if prime goes up or down Variable-The interest amount can change, depending on what prime is Step 4 – know what your car is worth Buying a Used Car Average price for car insurance for teenagers is $1200.00 per year Financed Vehicles must have full coverage Possible discounts What makes up my payment? Financing or paying cash? Include all of your expenses Be realistic Consider additional costs Car maintenance averages $65 a month Some months you may pay nothing, and others you may pay hundreds What is the car’s value? “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail” -Benjamin Franklin Are you able to make the monthly payments? Have you been employed for 6 months or more? Do you have credit history? How many other loans do you have? Payment history, available credit, credit history, mix of credit Level of debt- 35% Cosigner? Down payment? Key points to remember: Step 1 – See what you can afford Have never purchased a car before Often have little to no credit Are often considered a “risky” lender What kind of car should I get? I found a great car for me, now what? MSRP-Manufacturers suggested retail price; the suggested price of the car. Remember, it is a SUGGESTED retailers price, you should not expect to pay it GAP Insurance -When your car is totaled, and the value of your car is less than the insurance covers Extended Warranty For example, if you find a car for $15,000 and finance it with an interest rate of 6% fixed.... Insurance Why does the term matter so much? Maintenance Watch out for rebates and incentives Look on KBB for fair market value Negotiate for the lowest price Read everything before you buy Inspect your car before you drive it off the lot How does the term affect my total cost? I know what I can afford, now what? How many passengers? How often and how far will you be driving? What fits into my budget? Used or New? Can help you find the value of your car Have your own mechanic check it out

PowerPoint Game Templates

Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.

Police Administration powerpoint

Transcript: Administrative decisions would be better if they were based on social findings. The auxiliary department is used for purposes of research and communication. This would benefit for the use of research to lower the chances of bias and "preconceived notions" within the department. If research is used to prove a point administrators would have more facts to back up a decision. Qualifications to join the department University and College Credit The Bureaucratic Model More on Line and Staff It is often used during periods of retrenchment when organizational growth has declined It is often used in growing organizations and easy to visualize the set of tasks to be accomplished and break them down into subtasks -used to describe the number of personnel a supervisor can personally manage effectively. -encompasses factors relating to an individual's capacity to oversee the activities of others directly. The Bureaucratic model rested on rational-legal authority. In a police context, rational-legal authority rests on the legal basis for the existence of the department. Authority is granted to positions within the organization, such as sergeants, lieutenants, and captains, who use that authority to fulfill their responsibilities and to accomplish the goals of the department. The Bureaucratic Model Cont. providing expert advice to line units in special knowledge areas as demonstrated by the opinions of legal advisers Relieving line managers from performing tasks they least prefer to do or are least qualified to do Achieving department wide conformity in activities that affect the entire organization Reducing or eliminating special problems because of the greater expertise they bring to bear on the issue and the greater amount of time they have to devote to the problem Solving this problem: You have to apply to the department If you're accepted you take the entrance exam If you pass you fill out the personal history packet In the beginning Military training and/or a college degree EMT, CPR, AED, or First Aid training previous police academy training previous weapon safety courses By motivating the followers, there will be an increase in their willingness to work and participate with the other workers. Adam Nowakowski Non-Qualifications Continued being a security guard ITT Tech as schooling for criminal justice Karate classes I could apply this theory by focusing on each individual worker and finding their strengths. By finding their strengths I can push each employee through that strength to not only teach them leadership qualities, but use their strengths to increase their work effort and find more incentives. Preconceived Notions Police Administration and Management There are not supporting elements that are internal or part of it, such as personnel, media relations, training, or fiscal management. Next, is a conditional employment offer. If you accept you take a medical exam, drug test, and psychological screening. By passing these you receive a final job offer. Bottom Up How Will I Apply Line and Staff? Transformational leaders help their subordinates grow not only as individuals, but as future leaders. This would benefit the use as line and staff structures due to the need of leaders for each division. With bottom up you work from smaller tasks up to the bigger task. Workers must keep an open mind so that they are willing to learn about other cultures and not buy into stereotypes. They must also be open to the idea of change and not be fearful of what will become of the department. Workers cannot be biased . Administrative decisions might be better if they were based on social science finding, but such findings are often ignored if they contradict the ideas of the police chief. Over 90 credit hours for bachelors Over 50 for associate 1 Class for martial arts/fighting techniques 1 Self Defense Class Auxiliary or Support and Administrative Rational-Legal Authority Span of Management: My preference is a narrow span of control. It gives the supervisor an easier job and he can focus more on the details of what his subordinates are working on. Follow a principle of hierarchy; each office is under the control and supervision of a higher one. There is a right of appeal and of statement of grievances from the lower to the higher offices. There is a division of labor. This division of labor or specialization increases the width and horizontal complexity of law enforcement agencies. Official duties are bound by a system of rational rules. Administrative acts, decisions, and rules are recorded in writing, creating an institutional memory. The authority associated with a position is the property of the office or job and not the occupant of the position. Employees are appointed on the basis of qualifications, and specialized training is necessary. Organizational members do not own it. Span of Control: Primary Line Elements Cognitive nearsightedness The assumption that the future will repeat the past Oversimplification Overreliance

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