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    officials perform their sworn duties within cities, villages, and townships. Just like state and federal officers, these individuals are armed whether on or off duty; unlike state and federal officers, local law enforcement agencies protect the citizens and enforce the laws of the United States, their state government, and their local municipality within their assigned jurisdictions…

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    Escape From Alcatraz Essay

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    Alcatraz”, the LSD trails, and the life on “Uncle Sam’s Devil Island” are all important parts of the history of the prison. This island had the worst of the worst and it spread everyone crazy to each other and greatly hurt the mental state of the inmates who made parole. Alcatraz was originally made as a military prison in the 1860’s…

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    During the first few weeks at Frantz School, Ruby was confronted with blatant racism in full view of her federal escorts. On her second day of school, a woman threatened to poison her. After this, the federal marshals allowed her to only eat food from home. On another day, she was "greeted" by a woman displaying a black doll in a wooden coffin. Ruby's mother kept encouraging her to be strong and pray while entering the school, which Ruby discovered reduced the intensity of the insults yelled at…

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    During my 28-year law enforcement career, I have had a multitude of assignments, which have prepared me to excel as an Assistant Federal Security Director for Law Enforcement (AFSD-LE). I have significant experience working in local, state and federal law enforcement communities and a great understanding of the dynamics that drive each. As a member of TSA’s Office of Law Enforcement/Federal Air Marshal Service (OLE/FAMS) for the last 10-years and having multiple supervisory, field office and…

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    Years ago, flying commercially was probably an enjoyable experience. Across the globe, airport employees treated passengers as customers, not suspects. Somehow, the evolution of society has resulted in a trend of unethical behavior. September 11, 2001, shocked the American public, forcing the United States Government to enact the Transportation Security Act. Thus, the infamous Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was established (http://tsa.gov/about). Since the implementation of the…

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    III. Racial Struggle after Integration James Meredith was met with much hostility during his attempt to enroll. Meredith was halted by Mississippi’s governor, Ross Barnett, who issued a statement denying his admission to the University (Sansing, 1999). Despite the United States Supreme Court’s order to admit Meredith to the university and several attempts by U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy to sway Barnett, the governor refused to abide by legal orders. Finally, Robert Kennedy and Barnett…

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    The WITSEC Program

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    Act of 1970, which in turn sets out the manner in which the United States Attorney General may provide for the relocation and protection of a witness or potential witness of the federal or state government in an official proceeding concerning organized crime or other serious offenses. See 18 U.S.C.A 3521, et. seq. The federal government also gives grants to the states to enable them to provide similar services. WITSEC was originally created as the Federal Witness Protection Program in the…

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    Four Federal Agencies

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    Federal Agencies consisting of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) Pat Akers Howard Payne University Abstract This paper explores three of the four major primary law enforcement agencies within the Department of Justice; which are (The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). An overlook of the overall functions and responsibilities…

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    Fedex Swot Analysis Paper

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    questions. By offering this option it helps slow down misinformation, and longer wait times. The company faces some weakness. For example, if the website is down for planned maintenance this can be an inconvenience to the customer. The customer will call in to speak with a representative. The call times could be longer due to many people calling in at once, or frustration at not being able to reach the correct person. The automated service does offer many things the website does with up to date…

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    Overall, I continue to have a favorable view of Protective’s claims operation and their management of the FedEx Workers’ Compensation program. My review found the claims well managed and reserved to a satisfactory level. Claim teams are appropriately structured, averaging one claim supervisor for every three adjusters. Claim supervisors have no working caseloads restricting their responsibilities to managing their adjusters and their assigned claims inventory. Case loads are ideal averaging 120…

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