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    Fire Marshall Essay

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    24000 reports missing from 2014 the state fire marshall doesnt see that the county fire marshall office as a whole orginization. Every other system in the state is under the fire marshalls office. Be able to centeralize it that FMO represents the county seat. Carrying out the authority of the county. The whole idea was to say that the county seat who has the authority of the county. It was passed in 2007 and it keeps getting worse some…

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    Based on the United States Census Bureau (2015) data, there are many positive trends occurring in Fayette County. In evaluating the impacts or projections for growth in Fayette County, it is necessary to examine the aging population. According to the United States Census Bureau (2015), the median age of a Fayette County resident is 40.2 years. As the population ages, it is important to recognize the possible positive impacts resulting from immigrant populations moving into the area such as,…

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    Caldwell County lack in social options for teens? Do our teens have to go to different counties for fun? Are we forcing more kids to be antisocial because there are not enough opportunities in their own county? These are just a few questions that can be asked in relation to social options for teens in Caldwell County. My grandparents had very few social options compared to our generation but they had their own place for teens to socialize. The people I know from the counties surrounding Caldwell…

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    Issues In Law Enforcement

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    With the growing amount of issues within the United States, our society would be different if it was not for the hand of the law. Apart of the hand of the law is law enforcement or police officers, which are officers sworn to protect and severe the citizens of the United States great society. (Ortmeier, 7/2005, p. 14) Having laws without people to enforce them or allow people to take the law into their own hands, has had significant issues in the past. (Ortmeier, 7/2005, p. 7) Within the United…

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    Question 1 An education institution is an accredited facility where children receive a formal education to equip them with the knowledge and skills needed to excel as an adult. As citizens of the United States we have the right to equal education no matter our race, ethnicity, religion or economic status. However, Clayton County Schools and many other predominately Black schools in Georgia do not receive the same education that is provided to their white counterparts. Multiple studies and…

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    used lost of "weapons" were used to fight it. The cold war started because the united states wanted to stop Comunsim, the Soviets wanted to be more powerful, and both counties did not agree how to help other counties. This war went on for forty years and it cost a lot of problems in the counties. The cold war had a lot of things going on at the time. The Soviets wanted to share things and the united states did not want to share anything. Comunism was a big deal because most of the counties did…

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    the United States, we have the right to equal education no matter our race, ethnicity, religion or economic status. However, Clayton County Schools and many other predominately Black schools in Georgia do not receive the same education that is provided to their white counterparts. Multiple studies and research have reported the inequalities of America‚Äôs education systems. From these studies, we have learned that in lower income and minority families have less access to early childhood education…

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    of agencies, not only at the state level, but at the federal level, working towards the same objective. Sometimes this same objective included chasing after the same suspect at the local or federal level. City, county and state agencies were always hindered by the fact of not being able to crosstalk or share intelligence with each other without having to go…

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    Community Health Assessment for Saline County, Kansas African-American Population and Diabetes Introduction Diabetes cost 245 billion in 2012 within the United States, with 176 billion towards direct medical cost and 69 billion towards reduced productivity (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014). The overall numbers of diabetes and prediabetes reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals 29.1 million American or 9.3% of the population diagnosed. The…

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    Guadalupe County Guadalupe County has voiced their demands and the residents are in favor of secession and as their representative, the vote will be cast to secede. The citizens of Guadalupe County Texas have made this vital decision concerning the future of their state because they ultimately feel it is necessary for their wellbeing. The reasons that Guadalupe County residents have asked the vote for secession to be cast is because their basic needs are not being met. They at a minimum…

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