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  • Abduction Of A Child Essay

    investigation. This as well as radio broadcasts being placed out in order to alert the public in an amber alert style situation. At 7 PM that night it was decided to be a true missing persons case and a formal search team was established to search at Kyron. Around that same time Sheriff Dan Staton phoned the FBI in order to alert them of the abduction. Throughout the rest of the night the sheriff 's office attempted to scout out any hiding place within the school, Horman house, and area surrounding the school. The next day new tactics were employed in the search. Being that it was unknown how he had disappeared it was considered a noncriminal disappearance. Multiple organizations established hotlines and websites in order to gather tips, and raise awareness of the disappearance. Throughout the day multiple organizations joined the search for Kyron including the national guard, the FBI, and Pacific Northwest Search and Rescue. The law enforcement agencies and search groups then split and began a grid search of the area in order to find anything. At the same time the school was holding its own investigation with the sheriff’s office and were calling in all students and parents in order to obtain any witness statements. On Sunday the search became even larger with Terri ordering missing child posters, and the city began to plaster itself with Kyron’s face. At the same time students were arriving at the school to be interviewed in order to gain a…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Service Dogs

    needs the dog to be able to do. They train for police work, but also have certification options that include: search and rescue, narcotics, accelerants, and explosive detection. Each certification can take up to 18 weeks to complete (Bozzo, 28). Once the dog and the officer are matched according to personality, they go the school to become K-9 certified, with a specially trained teacher. The pair learn how to be successful partners and spend time bonding by working together (Bozzo, 23). While…

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  • Eurocopter Search And Rescue Mission (SAR)

    On March 30, 2013, a Eurocopter AS350 B3 helicopter crashed during a search and rescue mission (SAR) (NTSB 911AA Eurocopter, 2014). Earlier that day an individual wrecked on a snowmobile near Talkeetna, and called the Alaska Department of Public Safety (DPS). The dispatcher who received the call tried to set up a local land rescue. However, no local troopers were on duty, and no locals with SAR experience were willing to take the mission due to the deteriorating weather conditions. Once the…

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  • Informative Essay On 9/11 Heroes

    time in America. Finding survivors in the wreckage of the World Trade Center was a daunting task (Stephen Atkins 602). Without the enormous aid from the hundreds of heroes; survivors wouldn 't be where they are today. These courageous heroes would likely be known as the man 's best friend. The heroes are the K-9 rescue dogs. K-9 rescue dogs came with their handlers from all around the world and searched frantically on the night of September 11. At Ground Zero, the dogs worked every day to help…

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  • Coast Guard Case Study

    against the Coast Guard for the death of his wife based upon the Coast Guard’s one-hour delay in reaching the boat after he made a distress call asking for rescue due to the bad weather conditions? BRIEF ANSWER OR CONCLUSION Probably not. Under the Good Samaritan doctrine applicable to this case the Coast Guard probably won’t be liable for wrongful death since there are not omissions of failure to act, neither affirmative actions from its part causing Mrs. Moore’s death. FACTS James More…

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  • Emergency Support Function # 9: Search And Rescue

    EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION #9: SEARCH AND RESCUE Jeremy Hughart American Military University I chose to write this paper on the emergency support function #9: Search and Rescue. This function is especially important to me because it requires the most specialized training and dedication to the job. Search and rescue personnel must have nerves of steel and be able to perform under incredible stress when called upon. They must be ready to launch immediately after all natural disasters on land,…

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  • History Of The Council Bluffs (IA) Fire Department

    per year. Response apparatus of the CBFD consist of five engines, two reserve engines, two quint companies, three ambulances, two reserve ambulances, one hazardous materials truck, one brush truck, three rescue boats, one hovercraft, one mobile command center, two light-rescue trucks, and eight staff cars. The CBFD provides all-hazards response that includes fire suppression, advanced life support ambulance service, hazardous materials response, and numerous technical rescue disciplines. The…

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  • Fire Symbolism In Lord Of The Flies

    savagery. William Golding explains these ideas in The Lord of the Flies. He shows that the fire the boys use for a rescue signal, can also destroy or kill if it is given the chance. Although Golding has several symbols he applies to convey his message, he uses fire to express civilization to counterpart the idea of savagery. In The Lord of the Flies, Ralph makes it necessary from their…

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  • Mexico City Earthquake Analysis

    Mexico City: The Birth of a Civil Society Being one of the worst earthquake to ever hit Mexico, the 1985 Earthquake of Mexico City struck in the heart of the country and brought consequences that would later prove to shape the citizens sentiment towards the government and its officials. It sent the country into a frenzy and their inability to properly manage rescue operations proved to be fatal for the thousands of people who relied on the government to save their life and the lives of loved…

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  • Search And Seizure Laws In Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow

    Search and seizure laws have been around since the beginning of the United States of America, and have a very controversial history.Many deem the way the laws are practiced unconstitutional, and oppressive to minorities, while others think they are just and need to be carried out to stop crime. Police officers have found many missing persons and have also brought down many drug dealers all while staying in the lines of legal search and seizure. Many people fear officers can overstep their…

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