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    Kappa Gamma, whose ideal is the finest womanhood.” Now, as you meet the challenges of balancing family responsibilities, career demands, service to your community, and sustaining personal relationships, you will find the support and nurturing of the Fraternity. As future generations of new members are initiated, we hope that you will discover a role within Kappa Kappa Gamma to perpetuate the “attainment of excellence” by our collegiate and alumna members. Kappa Kappa Gamma will be there for you as an alumna for many years to come, just as it was a steadying force in your collegiate days. We congratulate you on 25 years of membership. May you wear this symbol of your loyalty and pride as you continue to serve our beloved Fraternity. Presiding…

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    good result, meaning meeting the goal is a must. During the preparation of the care conference, I negotiate every member of the team in order for them to come for the resident’s benefit. During the phone call I showed to be empathetic by active listening to their questions about how the conference is going to be. Lastly, I clarified to them the issue or goal that are going to discuss in the conference. As the LPN, I have few roles in three conferences other than being the organizer. My first…

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    During the committee phase, members of the public may speak for/against bills. Bills are typically assigned based on subject matter. For example, if the bill deals with an education statute, it is assigned to the committee which handles educational issues. In some cases, Committees may overlap, and so the presiding officer may assign a bill to more than one committee. For example, a bill involving tax credits for schools might be assigned to the Education Committee and the House Ways and Means…

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    Journey’s End by R.C. Sherriff is a play that details the psychological toll on military officers assigned to trench warfare during World War I. War is and has always been one of the most psychologically taxing activities of the human race. History books or even accurate reenactments do very little to help people identify with those who had to fight for their beliefs or freedom. Journey’s End provides a very well-constructed set of examples to help the viewer understand the plight of military…

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    weakness nor do they like to give direct answers. Specifically, the strength of our police legal office is the fact our PLA is not generally involved personnel matters so officers tend to pay attention to him and do not carry a personal grudge against him. This allows him to get the most out of his presentations and conversations with officers. At the same time, it leaves our PLA in the dark when it comes to personnel matters unless civil service is involved. The disadvantage is that he does…

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    in to announce the change, the leader must be upfront with the people and let them know what is occurring. In 2015, the department and the city council did a survey to see if the department had adequate police personnel. The study looked at many things such as the amount of calls for service, the number of officers working each shift, the number of events, and the schedule the officers were working. In reality, the survey was a gamble for the department because there were three possible…

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    coach didn’t even know where she was. The last time anyone saw her was when the game was over and she stayed after to practice more. Violet was not happy to find out that her daughter was left alone at the soccer fields by herself. Payton’s mom called the police and told them that her daughter was missing and the officer asked “ Where was the last place she was at”. Violet told them “ She was a the soccer fields practicing after her game and then she walked home”. The officers went over to the…

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    Holocaust Story “Get up!” the fat officer shouts, “All of you, get up! Now!” We start to get up. We’ve been sitting here for what feels like an eternity; no one has a watch any more so I don’t know how long it’s actually been. All I know is that we have been here since last night and that it’s cold. When they marched into the ghetto last night, we had been asleep and as comfortable as anyone could get here. My family shared an apartment with a young couple and their newborn baby, so my…

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    approximately 2201 hrs, Officer Jimenez was on patrol driving a marked Midland Police vehicle and wearing a standard issued MPD uniform when he was dispatched to 1212 East Wadley in reference to a disturbance. MPD Dispatch advised Officers going to the scene that there were two males fighting outside the leasing office Upon arrival, Officer Jimenez observed three males arguing near the leasing office. Officer Jimenez observed that one of the males, later identified, as Frederick Dean…

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    Serve as desk sergeant/communications control/operations with responsibility for the operation of the communications police network and for direction of patrols throughout the installation. Maintain communications with mobile patrol units and passes directions and information to officers on patrol. Coordinates emergency responses between security, fire, and other emergency units, and receives and acts on calls and complaints, including 911 emergency calls. Observe, inspect, investigate, enforce…

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