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    Peter William Sutcliffe otherwise known as ‘The Yorkshire Ripper ' was arrested on January 1st, 1981 after a murderous spree which spanned five years and claimed the lives of 13 women and attempting to murder a further seven (see appendix for details of victims). The case engulfed the nation as one of the most brutal in modern history since that of ‘Jack the Ripper ' in the 1800 's hence why the media adopted the term ‘Yorkshire ripper ' when addressing the case. Although known for the heinous crimes and number of them the case is also infamous for the failings of the West Yorkshire Police force in its hunt of Sutcliffe. The tension throughout West Yorkshire left neighbour suspecting neighbour and women afraid to be out at night alone. Despite the efforts of the police force, it was a standard patrol with an experienced officer who was training another that caught Sutcliffe and brought an end to his spree. Investigative Strategies As very little was known about the suspect they were searching for the investigative strategies were centrally focused on the little information they had to proceed with. Due to the first possible notion which was that the killer was targeting prostitutes, units were dispatched to the areas that were known for prostitution. Their goal was to note the vehicles that frequented these areas in an attempt to whittle down the list of suspects and possibly catch the ripper in the act. There was also tyre tracks left at the scene of Irene Richardsons…

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    “The Story of the Yorkshire Ripper” This is the story of Peter Sutcliffe, a man who was known as “ The Yorkshire Ripper”. He was convicted of murdering 13 women and attempted to murder 7 more women. Peter chose female prostitutes as victims, not caring the age or race, or having any preference whatsoever. Peter was born June 2, 1946 in Yorkshire,England and his parents were Kathleen and John Sutcliffe. Many of his family members thought he would be just like his father who loved to watch…

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    universities must help us develop more innovators, inventors, and entrepreneurs with expertise and creative new ideas in science and technology. We need a work force with top management Dewsbury, B. (2015). Debating the Role of Higher Education in Society. Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education, 96-97. The value of a college degree these days might depend on who you ask. Economists report that, on average, the earnings of a Bachelor’s degree holder will be greater than someone without one.…

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    Telemedicine In Nursing

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    patients. The role of nursing and informatics in the advancement of stroke care is endless. The additional technology, data, and logistics must be managed and adapted to the health care field provide as well as a neurologist who must be able to efficiently operate and order the treatments needed to save the brain. The nurse’s role further extends to tracking the data produced in these trials and adapting the treatment and usage to maximize its results and preventing it from being a…

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    different audiences. This is a key quality to have as in every aspect of Law; dealing with emotional, misunderstood and vulnerable people is part of everyday life. Most importantly I have analytical skills which are required in Law especially when analysing evidence to present at courts. Lawyers are required to work along many other people. Team working skills are extremely important and I am aware of the team working skills I have shown will definitely contribute to my chosen course. An example…

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    dismissed the claimant’s actions, though the House of Lords reversed the Appeal Court’s decision stating that the defendant was vicariously liable in respect of the torts committed by Mr Grain. Facts In 1990, Mr Grain he was charged by the Crown Court for sexual abuse taking the form of mutual masturbation, oral sex and buggery and sentenced to seven years imprisonment. It was also established that the sexual assault was a procedure of grooming and involved gifts such as trips alone with the…

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