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  • Personal Narrative: A Good Idea

    It was a cold winter day, my grandmother and I were going grocery shopping at Walmart. Everytime we went she would remind me, “watch out for the cameras, the can see you.” I always thought that she was crazy because I never saw any cameras, I had no clue what she was talking about, At the age of seven, I was not aware of the now known “black orbs” on the ceiling. So therefore I never paid any attention. We got to Walmart, one of the larger supermarket ones. As soon as we walked in I bolted to…

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  • Oliver Perry Contribution

    Commodore Perry and The Battle of Lake Erie Oliver Hazard Perry was born on August 23, 1785, in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. Perry became a midshipman at the age of 13 and later became a great captain and commodore during the war of 1812. Before the start of the war of 1812, Perry was unemployed for two years. He was a self taught educator who studied the idea of naval warfare and passed his thoughts and ides down to his subordinates throughout his life to help with his remarkable career.…

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  • Private Security In The 21st Century

    Part A In 1829 Sir Robert Peel established 9 principles, these principle are used today to guide the minds of the 21st century police. After 200 years the principles are still the same but the there are many differences that have changed and evolved the police. In the 21st century there are many forces changing the police, such as police action to reduce fear and promote co-operation with communities, the new developments in technology, the deconstruction of old quasi-military policing and, the…

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  • Personal Narrative-The Real Chumash Casino

    for me, at least I won’t feel ashamed because no one is actually looking to see what is going on. As I get closer and close to the main entrance of Chumash Casino, I look at the rose gold pink marble walls that gave the casino a royal look.. I looked at the two security guards that were waiting at the front door, both looking at me with the look of “So you thought you can get through with this?” I decided to stop by the coffee shop to get a coffee; my head was killing me. All that smoke and…

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  • Task 1: Judicial Precedent In Law

    parliamentary timetable for debates and is likely to win at each stage of the process unless a number of its own MPs vote against it. This is democratic because of the government. Furthermore, the House of Lords acts as a checking mechanism as it can guard against laws being passed solely for the government’s political agenda. If the House of Lords exercises its power of delay, there will be further opportunity for debate and amendment of the bill’s provisions. This could equally be…

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  • The Importance Of Home Security Systems

    Don’t worry! We are not asking you to get up early, certainly not on your weekend. We have not set the alarm clock and we are not going to ring it for you. We are talking of an alarm of a very different kind – one that is even more important than that your household clock rings. We are about to discuss regarding different types of alarm systems, their functions and importance of having them at your residence. And yes, there will be work for you. You certainly cannot expect to rest easy till you…

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  • Gated Community Case Study

    where the public access to the high-rise or landed residential areas are being restricted either using CCTV or the security personnel. The entrance gates, all streets, sidewalks, and other facilities are enclosed by barriers operated by a security guard opened either manually or automatically. Usually, it is being restricted due to the fact that these communities have their own swimming pools, private restraint, and children’s play areas and most importantly their concern for safety and security…

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  • School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory Essay

    Love and affection are the right terms to qualify the sense of belonging to a family, school, team, different organizations and so on. Due to this sense of belonging, usually everything looks like it is perfect, and some of us have difficulty to realize what might be wrong or even accept the challenges. Even though I have an affection to Massasoit Community College, I understand that the use of uniforms, Sunday openings, the increase of hours at the library and ARC (Academic Resource Center),…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Airport Security

    The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) as we know it today is very different from what airline security used to be. To start we of course didn’t have the technology that we have access to now, from the body scanners to the advance metal detectors. To think of a time when it was in a “easy” to get through airport security is almost impossible in this day and age. Likewise, many people feel very differently on airport security, from feeling that they do too much and that they do too…

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  • Airport Security In Canada

    Hold-Baggage screening; Non-Passenger screening; and Restricted Area Identity Card. The Canadian Government have provided CATSA with funding’s to improve technology to decrease the risk of any illegal items. Also to increase the number of security guards to improve the number of luggage checks. Overall the research has proven that Canadian airports are in fact safe and will only improve throughout the years. CATSA has prioritized safety within the airports very well and it has shown that…

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