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Transcript: In 2008, the government introduced an act amending the criminal code. It added mandatory minimum sentence for those who found guilty of various forearm cases. The act prohibited possession of a loaded prohibited firearm or possession of an unloaded prohibited firearm alongside ammunition. summary conviction: minimum sentence of one year. indictable offenses: minimum sentence of three years. # In 2011, Nur was tried at the Ontario Supreme court of Justice.He argued that the mandatory minimum sentence was unconstitutional as it violates section 12 of his rights and freedoms because it would capture certain behaviors falling short of criminal conduct. # The trial judge found that the mandatory minimum sentence was not unconstitutional. therefore, nur was sentenced for one day in prison. (as he has already served 26 months in custody- credited as double time). # In 2013, Nur appealed to the ontarion court of appeal. The court found that the mandatory minimum sentence is unconstitutional. Questions by Alvin Thomas Section 12: Cruel and Unusual punishment. R v. NUR Overview Everyone has the right not to be subjected to any cruel and unusual treatment or punishment. Summary # In jan 2009, Toronto police were informed that a threatening person was waiting outside the community center. # When an officer arrived , the respondent Hussein Jama Nur , a 19 year old high school student ran away and the officer gave him a chase. # During the chase, Nur threw a loaded semiautomatic handgun at the officer. # Nur was promptly arrested and the gun was recovered . # He was charged under section 95(1) under criminal code-- indictable offence. Rights violated Is it fair to have a mandatory minimum sentence for a firearm offence? Considering the fact that Nur has never fired using his gun, he was charged for the possession of a firearm. Is that justifiable? Do you think that Nur's rights and freedom is violated? summary conviction: offenses which are less serious because they are punishable by shorter prison terms and smaller fines. Indictable offenses: offenses which are more serious. Continues...... section 12 : Cruel and Unusual punishment. Charter Presentation
Transcript: Sponsors: [name], [name], [name] Business Process Owner: [name] [Project Name Here] Project Charter Project Description DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION This project will... PROJECT COSTS BUDGET $#,###,### IMPLEMENTATION $#,###,### PROBLEM STATEMENT PROBLEM STATEMENT TIMELINE TIMELINE BENEFITS EXPECTED BENEFITS EXPECTED SCOPE REQUIREMENTS HIGH LEVEL REQUIREMENTS HIGH LEVEL REQUIREMENTS IN SCOPE IN SCOPE OUT OF SCOPE OUT OF SCOPE PROJECT DELIVERABLES PROJECT DELIVERABLES ALTERNATIVES AND RISKS ALTERNATIVES AND RISKS & ASSUMPTIONS ASSUMPTIONS VALIDATION REQUIREMENTS & EXTERNAL DEPENDENCIES VALIDATION REQUIREMENTS EXTERNAL DEPENDENCIES
Transcript: Milestones Building is wired only for phone Project Charter Upgrade Software Austin Nielsen Jonathan Castrillion Seth Engelson Daniel Peled State the Scope and Budget Merge Gulf and South Datacenters Deliver improved Data Server Ensure software is Fully Upgraded Will be during Memorial Day Weekend Ensure new server is Fully Operational Project Objectives Arranged Set up new Centers by May 1st Scope Conditions Provides Tracking and Version Control Structure Project must be ready by Memorial Day weekend Other Roles Regional Systems Engineer Servers are Ready How will you Plan/Manage the project? Overview BAO&G Data Center Merger and Relocation Systems/Project Manager Organization Plans Executive Summary What are the Dependencies? Moving into New building Purpose Goals Objectives Project Assumptions Project has no budget limit Contractors are already approved New site greater than 2,300 sqft Not wired for networking Project Constraints Due by Memorial Day weekend Both datacenters must be managed independently
Transcript: Next Step: Develop a method to track/measure participation and outcomes. Work on structure, leadership, oversight and marketing mock-up Develop concept in order to calculate economic, financial and marketing pluses and minuses Deadline: July 2012 Define Objectives Look at expectations, reflections and student membership. Deadline: Ongoing Sponsorship Gain approval of Faculty Senate for transcription notation. Deadline: Spring 2013 Ideation Liz Ferris, Liz Johnson, Sarah Soper, Molly Vanderpool Helping students academically adjust to college may not be enough to keep them there. Studies indicate that it's not necessarily the brightest students who are most likely to stay, but rather those who build strong connections with their environment. Source: gallup.com/selfdiscovery Next Step: Additional Lit Review, student focus groups, review existing programs at peer institutions Project Template Outline Overview Purpose and Background Framework Team Organization Resources Process, Milestones, and Next Steps Sponsorship Project Overview Framework Base programming has been identified, but will need updating as research is completed. Deadline: Fall 2012 Next Steps Resources Next Step: Work with project sponsor to gather info and get key stakeholders on board. Team Organization Next Step: Meet with project sponsor for input/advice. Incorporate new items from research. Purpose and Background Research Next Step: Work with University College to get on NSO schedule. Develop self-assessment to be used in FYS. Plan recruitment events and curriculum. Connect students to “Optimal Resume” Work with HIP to review existing research and potential connection. Deadline: Midterm Fall 2012 Next Step: Focus groups, develop survey’s and evaluations to be used during program and events. Learn Process, Milestones, and Next Steps Class of 2017 will be integrated into program through NSO and FYS. Deadline: Summer and Fall 2013 Prototype Finalize the name of the program, the level names and what must be attained to finish a level as well as programmatic information for students. Also address how we will track and measure the program. Deadline: February 2013 Next Step: Ongoing – further definition as project develops Implement
Transcript: SOLUTION One Giant Oddjob PROBLEM TIMELINE BAMCIS A cloud-based or locally-hosted application which provides custom filters and views, a chat function, and local storage space for assignments in progress, with all the course materials in one place. CURRENT CHALLENGES Progress Report UNDER THE HOOD An educational sofware solution that integrates student-instructor communication with ease of use and customization tools. MARKETING SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES > Installed WebRatio > Familiarization phase >Tutorials + LAMP >A step beyond: Bootstrap + Git COMPETITION MEET THE TEAM 3/26: Gantt Chart Behind Charter Education Software Shakira Bartley Curnell Garbutt (online) Steven Turmel Andrew Stevens End of Semester: Final Product Our Golden Gun BUSINESS MODEL What we've done, recent problems and how we plan to solve them. Charter 4/16: Barebones Prototype and Finished Tutorials 4/23: Finalize Prototype, Stylization Steven - Website design and deployment, hosting services, student interface Shakira - IRC Embedded, Instructor Tools Curnell - Programming, Architecture, UI/UX, MSC, Oversight Andrew - Instructor interface, Filters and Views
Transcript: Zane Smith Character Montage Project Intro Boo Radley is a character from TKAM who never sets foot outside his house.It makes him an overall Character that can be unpredictable. Three Words that describe Boo Radley are Brave,Shy and caring and i pick this because he cares about people and he protects the kids towards the end,and he is a shy character that isn't really well known. Boo Radely Modern Character Batman shares multiple traits with Boo Radley like Boo Being mysterious.Sense He was such a quiet character That know one really understood,It makes him like batman.Also Boo Radley symbolizes the overall Good,A great example is when Boo saves scout from crazy Bob.Batman Is a symbol of a hero who comes and save the day.This why batman and boo share similar traits. Batman Song song/Image "Be Somebody" By Thousand Foot Krutch "I'm just the boy inside the man Not exactly who you think I am Trying to trace my steps back here again So many times"... this song represents boo because i infer that boo i shy but no one very much understands him. Quotations Quotations 1.“Boo was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judging from his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch, that's why his hands were bloodstained—if you ate an animal raw, you could never wash the blood off. There was a long jagged scar that ran across his face; what teeth he had were yellow and rotten, his eyes popped, and he drooled most of the time.” 2."When I went back, They were folded across the fence...like they were expectin me...And somethin else--Jem voice was flat."... These quotes show and indirect and direct view of boo Summary Project Ending Boo starts as an shy but overall a questionable character,You don't know what he is really gonna do like with Jem and how he was nice but kind of creepy. Near the end, Boo develops into a hero into some eyes like scout like at the end of the book when Boo saved Scout from Bob Ewell.But in my opinion he will always be a Shy character but interesting and honestly brave. Picture Picture This picture shows how Boo Radley acts because he is an shy character that doesn't really change as an character.He just Is just an mysterious character
Transcript: POC Timeline Process Overview OCR: Project Charter Presentation This project is an effort in which encoding of data will be done automatically. Scanned invoice data which is in printed text or handwritten will be converted to machine-encoded text. Those data will then be extracted and verified, after which be inserted directly to the database In keeping with company’s migration to NetSuite, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology will be instilled to current Accounting operations for efficient billing invoice process. OCR Process Technology Process Overview Out of scope for this project is the settling and closing of Accounts Payable transactions. The OCR Project aims to: • Drop manual encoding of invoice data • Ensure data authenticity and accuracy • Enhance billing invoice process • Automate transmission of data from all touch points High Level Timeline Scope Objective Description • Procurement of Necessary Equipment • Definition of the Process • Development | Installation of the Software • User-Training • Deployment • Monitoring • Go | No Go Decision Background Organizational Chart
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