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    government making airport security change to full body scan imaging on monitors. The body scanners are a very controversial topic,l because it takes the privacy away from people by their bodies being exploited by security. For many people the new monitors are unjustifiable, but people have to choose whether they want safety or privacy. The main points of this “Airport Screener Could See X-rated X-rays” article is people 's reactions to the x-ray imaging. To figure out if they would ever be comfortable with their bodies being showcased in this manner. The government’s excuse for the change is that people were easily defeating and manipulating the systems they had in place. So the Department of Homeland Security believes the switch from metal detectors to full body imaging will be more beneficial for the United States and travelers abroad. The writer of the article John Sharkey, I believe he does a good job of analyzing a controversial topic and not just sharing his opinion, but trying to broadcast other’s reactions. For example, one man 's stance of the scanners is that he has a wife and a daughter, he doesn’t want just anyone to be looking through their clothes on a monitor. The article also includes, the response of someone who is a maker of the body-scanning technology from Rapiscan Security Products. In which he responded with saying “every sense a Russian plane went down probably due from a suicide bomber, the needs for this technology has increased”. One quote that…

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    Colorado must allow teachers the ability to protect the children. Furthermore, the Colorado legislature can provide funding for metal detectors at the entry points to each facility. In an article published in the Journal of School Health, “Impacts of Metal Detector Use in Schools: Insights From 15 Years of Research∗” published the findings of their research on the use of metal detectors in school. When the School Safety Administration asked about the effectiveness of metal detectors, thirty-two…

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    One of the most popular and rapidly growing types of metal detecting is metal detecting on the beach or near the sand. Just using a regular metal detector on sand in the past has made it a lot more difficult to locate items beneath the sands surface. With some of the improvements recently in the metal detectors, if beach metal detecting is your preference the advances recently made have mad your job a lot easier. The beach metal detector pretty much works the same way as any other metal…

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    Metal detectors come in all different sizes, shapes and forms. Most commonly they are used for police searches, airport security, entrance visitor screening and package inspection. But you would be surprised the vast number of ways they can be used for. Regardless of the reason for wanting one, it is imperative you take the time to search for the best metal detectors out there. Whether you work at a school in a rough neighborhood, are connected with the police or airport, or simply want to…

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    think metal detectors should be in schools for safety reasons of students and staff from students bringing in weapons and other staff members so no one gets hurt. There have been many school shootings over the past couple of years around the US. Some major some not that bad but people still get scared and shot. Some people have brought in knives and have cut people or stab them. And i don’t think that is okay we should try to prevent that from happening. I say “Schools need to take all…

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    Smoke Detectors In Homes The first smoke detector, called the “automatic electric fire alarm” was invented by Francis Robbin Upton and Fernando Dibble in the late 19th century its purpose is to detect smoke in a room or other enclosed area and set of an audible alarm to alert nearby people to the impending danger. Smoke detectors provide many positive benefits when installed in the home such as lowering fatality rates, helping prevent small fires from turning into larger ones and some even…

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    Background and Significance The Council Bluffs (IA) Fire Department has a long, rich history of providing quality emergency response services to its citizens. The department was formed on January 5, 1883, by resolution of the city council to establish a full-time, paid department (Petersen, 1992). This resolution came after numerous devastating fires exceeded the capabilities of the several volunteer fire companies that had protected the city during the previous 29 years. In 1918, the…

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    “We got one.” Those words rang in Frank Maher’s ears as his truck pulled out of the fire station. The thick, black smoke could be seen from the instant they pulled out of the station. His group, consisting of 3 firefighters instead of the usual 4, was going to be the first at the scene, where someone had reported a fire at an apartment complex. Having served as a firefighter for 34 years, Frank never stopped wanting to make a difference. Growing up, he had always admired firefighters, and…

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    Home Fire Alarms

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    By having the new technology in fire alarms provides with a early warning and faster responds time. In the past smoke detector were equipment with batteries that had to be replaces twice a year. This was often neglected resulting in death injury and property damage. With the long life batteries this enhanced of the home owners. Heat detectors are the oldest type of automatic fire detection device. The heating detector is another way to solve the problems of deaths due to fires. Heat detectors…

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    It couldn’t have been past 10 a.m. when the alarm went off. We all knew what it meant- we were firefighters, it’s what we do. The fire chief told us that an apartment complex in downtown Boston had gone ablaze, and that it was really bad. We quickly got into our uniforms and hopped on as the fire truck left the station. We were a few miles away before I saw the smoke, a dark giant against the bright blue sky. As we neared the complex, I could see the huge crowd of people gathered around…

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