Assigned Duties – 911 Police Aid Foundation http://911policeaidfoundation.org/ Thu, 19 May 2022 02:09:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon.png Assigned Duties – 911 Police Aid Foundation http://911policeaidfoundation.org/ 32 32 Airline passengers on the flight to Orlando had to be patient as a newborn was simply unable to wait https://911policeaidfoundation.org/airline-passengers-on-the-flight-to-orlando-had-to-be-patient-as-a-newborn-was-simply-unable-to-wait/ Wed, 18 May 2022 23:15:59 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/airline-passengers-on-the-flight-to-orlando-had-to-be-patient-as-a-newborn-was-simply-unable-to-wait/ Passengers aboard a Border airlines flight from Denver, Colorado, to Orlando, Florida, had to practice a little patience in-flightbecause a small passenger was simply unable to wait. A Border airlines flight crew on board an airliner bound for Orlando International Airport had their work cut out for them. When the co-pilot landed the airplane in […]]]>

Passengers aboard a Border airlines flight from Denver, Colorado, to Orlando, Florida, had to practice a little patience in-flightbecause a small passenger was simply unable to wait.

A Border airlines flight crew on board an airliner bound for Orlando International Airport had their work cut out for them. When the co-pilot landed the airplane in Florida, he did so at a different airport than scheduled, and there was a passenger on board whose name was not on the original flightpassenger backrest.

Credit: Facebook/Frontier Airlines

As they say in aviation jargon, it was an “unlikely event” as a pregnant woman gave birth unexpectedly mid-year.flight. But where panic might have ensued, calm and order prevailed.

Flight attendant Diana Giraldo immediately and calmly swung into action, as if she were a seasoned obstetrician, but had flown away to give birth. Giraldo helped the mom-to-be to the back toilet inside the airplane and began to help deliver her babya little girl.

As the crew, led by Diana Giraldo, attended to their new midwifery duties, Captain Chris Nye handed over flight functions to his first officer so that he can work to coordinate the airplanediversion to Pensacola Airport.

“The whole crew really made a good work“, Nye said. “The breakdown made a good work also suggesting Pensacola International Airport and prepare a gate and paramedics for us. It was a job well done, and I was happy to see everyone working together to successfully deliver a newborn on a airplane.”

When the airplane landed at Pensacola International Airport, paramedics awaited the arrival of the new mother and her baby girl. During the transfer of mom and baby to the care of the paramedics on the ground, Captain Chris Nye and his crew prepared the passengers to continue the planned journey flight with service to Orlando, Florida via Orlando International Airportapproximately 380 air miles.

Captain Nye noted that the airplane on which the baby was delivered, N717FR, is Frontier’s “Lily and Luna” airplanealso called “mother and daughter airplane.” The tail of airplane features an image of a wolf mother and her pup.

baby born in flight borders airlines

Credit: Frontier Airlines

Everyone on board and on the ground was thrilled that mom and baby were fine. But something tells us that if there were children or children at heart on board with Park pass reservations at Walt Disney World Resort today, they were even happier when their airplane took off from the Pensacola Airport then landed in Orlando.

Construction of Walter Elias Disney International Airport at Disney World just can’t happen fast enough!

disney world airport

Credit: Canva Creation

A spokesperson for the Airline company said that due to the babyit is urgent in flight delivery by the very competent and caring Frontier flight attendantthe new mother gave her baby the middle name “Sky”.

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DVIDS – News – When Others Are Weak, They Are Strong – Navy Nurse Corps at 114 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/dvids-news-when-others-are-weak-they-are-strong-navy-nurse-corps-at-114/ Fri, 13 May 2022 23:36:00 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/dvids-news-when-others-are-weak-they-are-strong-navy-nurse-corps-at-114/ Over the past two years, nearly half of the personnel at Navy Medical Training Readiness Command Bremerton who have deployed to COVID medical response teams have been from a separate group; Navy Nurse Corps. “When others are weak, they are strong,” said Lt. Cmdr. John Tarr, Navy Chaplain Corps, offering a blessing of hands during […]]]>

Over the past two years, nearly half of the personnel at Navy Medical Training Readiness Command Bremerton who have deployed to COVID medical response teams have been from a separate group; Navy Nurse Corps.

“When others are weak, they are strong,” said Lt. Cmdr. John Tarr, Navy Chaplain Corps, offering a blessing of hands during NMRTC Bremerton’s recognition of the Navy Nurse Corps’ 114th anniversary, May 13, 2022.

According to statistics compiled by Navy Medicine, Nurse Corps officers responded to mission demands and operational deployments in 2020 and 2021 by sending nearly 50 Nurse Corps personnel to a number of aircraft carriers, fleet and hospital ship surgical teams USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) and USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). There have also been about 140 Nurse Corps officers attached to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Marine Corps Medical Battalions, not counting those who have been appointed – many at the last minute – to respond to the pandemic and help come to a halt. helping people in need.

“In the past two years alone, over 900 active and reserve Navy nurses, or approximately 24% of our total force, deployed in support of COVID operations and Operation Allies Welcome,” wrote the Rear Admiral Cynthia Kuehner, director of the Navy Nurse Corps, which counts Naval Hospital Bremerton among its previous duty stations.

There are currently approximately 2,700 active duty and 1,050 Navy Nurse Corps reserve officers in 17 different specialties assigned throughout the Navy and Marine Corps, including approximately 65 Nurse Corps officers and 70 civilian nurses at NHB.

The Navy Nurse Corps birthday was the culmination of an entire week of celebration with National Nurses Week, May 6-12, honoring all active duty, civilian and contract nurses in NHB/NMRTC Bremerton. The entire seven-day period is particularly symbolic with the birthday of Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), considered the founder of modern nursing, on May 12, and followed a day later by the Navy’s birthday. Nurse Corps.

All week featured daily events including ice cream and popcorn, continental breakfast offerings, bespoke virtual training seminars, and plenty of hand blessing services to fit any shift work of nurses.

“Thank you to everyone who pulled together all the little things to recognize the Navy Nurse Corps and the nurses,” said Cmdr. Terri Jandron, assistant head nurse.

In addition to Kuehner’s heartfelt handwritten letter, correspondence from all the other heads of the Navy Medical Corps was also read aloud, including Rear Admiral Bruce Gillingham, Navy Surgeon General and Chief of the Office of Medicine and Surgery who thanked the corps of nurses for their dedication, service and sacrifice.

“It is no surprise that the World Health Organization has declared 2020 and 2021 the International Year of the Nurse. This honor recognizes the powerful impact, sacrifice and unwavering dedication of nurses around the world in the global fight against the deadly coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. Navy nurses have played a vital role in this effort,” said explained Gillingham.

“For the 20th year in a row, nursing has been named the most trusted profession in the annual Gallup Honesty and Ethics poll. Military officers were also in the top five. A double win, in my book, for nurses of the navy and I couldn’t be prouder,” added Gillingham.

After all the letters were read, the senior and youngest officers of the Nurse Corps took part in the traditional part of the ceremony, cutting the cake. Captain Patrick Fitzpatrick, Director of NHB and Commanding Officer of NMRTC Bremerton, who originally enlisted in the Navy Reserves as a Seabee from Missoula, Montana, in 1992, was joined by Lt. jg Samantha Dahl, a native of Florida, nearly four years in service, recently assigned to NMRTC Bremerton at Naval Medical Center in San Diego.

“I couldn’t think of a better job than being an army nurse. I’ve always wanted to help others,” said Dahl, a University of Central Florida graduate who credits one of her professors with previous experience in the Navy Nurse Corps for sparking her interest in getting where she is. today.

Nursing Corps officers like Dahl follow in Fitzpatrick’s footsteps, tending to a host of specialties as part of their general duties, including family nurse practitioner, executive medicine, nurse anesthetist, clinical nurse, perioperative nursing, mother-child, ambulatory care, medical surgery, critical care and pediatric care.

In addition to continuing to answer the call to meet mission requirements and operational deployments.







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The hospital celebrates its team during health week https://911policeaidfoundation.org/the-hospital-celebrates-its-team-during-health-week/ Wed, 11 May 2022 17:51:46 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/the-hospital-celebrates-its-team-during-health-week/ During the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals and medical facilities have been stressed and stretched far beyond normal expectations and requirements to treat and care for those infected with the virus. These demands in addition to typical operations and functions have placed our hospitals in a seemingly impossible position to continue to provide top quality care. But […]]]>

During the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals and medical facilities have been stressed and stretched far beyond normal expectations and requirements to treat and care for those infected with the virus.

These demands in addition to typical operations and functions have placed our hospitals in a seemingly impossible position to continue to provide top quality care.

But these medical facilities continue to “fight the good fight” to bring back those they care for in full health.

Methodist Olive Branch Hospital recognized that the difficult journey through the pandemic to what people are now calling the “new normal” was not just about the successes of frontline doctors and nurses. Employees in logistics and supply, dietetics, physiotherapy, maintenance, they have all played a role over the past two years. The administrators held an event on Tuesday to thank all employees for the role they played.

Food, t-shirts, photos and other activities, along with generous doses of gratitude and thanks, took place on the grounds of Olive Branch Hospital.

Between the photos and the barbecue, employees shared stories about what they’ve encountered working at the hospital since the pandemic hit in March 2020.

Jessica Smith of Olive Branch is a 15-year nursing veteran in her fourth year at Methodist Olive Branch in the medical surgery side of the hospital. Smith was assigned to the day surgery area during the pandemic and when that happened, her area immediately shut down during surgeries except for emergencies.

Smith said her role quickly changed to doing whatever was necessary.

“We were guarding doors and checking patients in,” Smith said. “We were transporting patients, helping on floors, doing all sorts of other extra work instead of doing same-day surgeries and admissions.”

It was an assignment that Smith said she didn’t hesitate to do, but one of its tasks was particularly heartbreaking for her.

Jessica Smith, surgical nurse at Methodist Olive Branch Hospital. (Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare Instagram)

If you were watching the doors and the patients were coming in, you had to send the family members away,” Smith said. “It was heartbreaking not being able to admit the family with the patient. So you had to deal with the families of the patient instead of the patient, and making sure they got updates and could communicate with each other.

Now that families can return to the hospital, Smith said it’s a huge benefit for patient care because they can learn things about the patient that the nurse wouldn’t otherwise pick up on.

“We may not see that a patient is confused, but the family member may perceive some confusion because it’s not normal for them,” Smith said. “It was a very big struggle when we weren’t able to have the families of patients or support people here. I have always relied on families as a big part of the patient.

One area most don’t normally think about, but which remains vitally important, is that of logistics and supplies. Someone has to be responsible for getting personal protective equipment (PPE), gloves, masks, face shields, and surgical and isolation gowns, and at Methodist Olive Branch, Tamara Watkins is part of the staff responsible for these tasks.

Watkins quickly saw the volume of materials falling like an avalanche towards its supply area.

“It was a big change, where we used to see a volume of maybe 10 to 20 boxes a day per truck, it went to pallets of boxes of PPE, like surgical gowns, isolation gowns, gloves, masks, face shields and everything,” Watkins said. “It changed a lot and it turned into longer hours so we could make sure we got it all out.”

Watkins said his department started using gloves when they came into contact with different boxes in different areas for safety and cleanliness. But the onslaught of necessary supplies meant getting extra space to store everything.

Tamara Watkins, logistics specialist at Olive Branch Methodist Hospital. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)

“We had to get new storage areas because we were running out of space,” Watkins said. “They rented a few storage containers on site which we had to park here in the parking lot.”

With the easing of restrictions, there is now a new challenge. Supplies are still needed, but supply chain issues mean products are not arriving as quickly as before.

We are unable to obtain these items as they are currently out of stock,” Watkins said. “There are a lot of items that are really needed, but we can’t get a lot of them. We try to make sure the floors have what they need, but at the same time, with the way everything is going, we can just ration portions of items.

Both Smith and Watkins say they are grateful that the hospital has recognized the extra work they have put in during the pandemic.

“I can’t do my job without a ton of support,” Smith said. “It’s huge, even down to the administration. We really can’t function without them too. Laboratory and dietetics, physiotherapy, it is imperative that we have everyone here.

“Just knowing that everyone here plays an important role makes your job more fulfilling,” Watkins added. “It’s a warm feeling to know that you are celebrated and appreciated.”

Events were planned for all shifts at the hospital, including food trucks and a “blessing of hands” as a token of “thank you” and to show that Olive Branch Methodist Hospital is “#MOBStrong.”

Corky’s barbecue was part of the food offered to employees at Tuesday’s picnic. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)
I Love My #MLHFam t-shirts provided at Tuesday’s picnic. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)
#MOBSTRONG banner at Olive Branch Methodist Hospital. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)

Pictured: Employees frame themselves for photos at the Olive Branch Methodist Hospital Health Week Picnic. (Bob Bakken/DeSoto County News)

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What are the four roles of a project manager? – The citizen https://911policeaidfoundation.org/what-are-the-four-roles-of-a-project-manager-the-citizen/ Mon, 09 May 2022 07:44:51 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/what-are-the-four-roles-of-a-project-manager-the-citizen/ What does a project manager do? Their job is to oversee the progress of a project, communicate with stakeholders, and ensure that stakeholder needs are met. They also help in planning, managing and completing a project or task. They ensure that the project is completed according to specifications and all specified deliverables. The exact duties […]]]>



What does a project manager do?

Their job is to oversee the progress of a project, communicate with stakeholders, and ensure that stakeholder needs are met. They also help in planning, managing and completing a project or task. They ensure that the project is completed according to specifications and all specified deliverables.

The exact duties will depend on the industry they work in and the types of projects they oversee. However, no matter what organization they work for, there are responsibilities they must adhere to based on a “project lifecycle”.

This article will give you an overview of the four important roles of a project manager and their main responsibilities.

#1 Insider

This is the first stage of the project life cycle. Before assigning a team to a task, they must determine the nature of the work – create a brief. A brief, also known as a scope, outlines the information needed to complete a task. They would then select the department within an organization that would be responsible for carrying out the task. The information included in the briefing has the budget, the type of output the project is expected to produce, what would make the project successful, who are the stakeholders involved, the main requirements of the project and the things inside and out. outside the scope. An essential element to examine would also be whether a similar project has already been carried out and its results. Was it successful and what can we learn from previous campaigns?

#2 Package

Once an internal stakeholder approves the case, planning begins. They should create a project plan outlining the goals to be achieved. Basic KPIs for each phase of the project are created. The project plan should be flexible and viewed as a living document that relevant stakeholders would use to make necessary changes as needed throughout the project.

#3 Execute

This is where the magic happens. Team members are actively working on assigned tasks outlined in the project plan. Based on the KPIs set during the planning phase, they would ensure that the campaign runs according to the KPIs and the allocated budget. But that only happens once the team has been assigned relevant tasks. If any problems arise during the execution phase, the team will report it to the project manager, who will then try to facilitate the resolution of the problem. They would also check with the teams on the progress made and could record this progress for future purposes when monitoring the strengths and weaknesses of the campaign.

#4 Close

Before calling it “a wrap”, a few things should be considered first. They would meet with the client, who would officially sign off that the project is complete. If there’s a budget left, it can be returned to the client, or they can keep it for another campaign. A final review should take place with the various stakeholders involved and ensure that any external staff are paid. The project is archived for future reference and use.

After working hard, they should arrange a meeting with those involved and reflect on the wins and losses of the campaign. Good questions to ask are: “What could we do differently? What worked? What can we learn from our recent campaign? »

Project managers are an integral part of any business. This job requires attention to detail, self-management and excellent time management skills. Some days can be stressful, but they can also be rewarding.

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Senior Technical Production Manager – Axios Charlotte https://911policeaidfoundation.org/senior-technical-production-manager-axios-charlotte/ Fri, 06 May 2022 17:58:18 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/senior-technical-production-manager-axios-charlotte/ Job summary:The Senior Technical Production Manager manages the theatrical systems that support the stage and backstage of the assigned theater. Theatrical systems include electrical systems, audio visual equipment, networks and rigging systems. This position is responsible for purchasing, installing, maintaining, operating and tearing down technical production equipment and coordinating all onstage and backstage activities with […]]]>

Job summary:
The Senior Technical Production Manager manages the theatrical systems that support the stage and backstage of the assigned theater. Theatrical systems include electrical systems, audio visual equipment, networks and rigging systems. This position is responsible for purchasing, installing, maintaining, operating and tearing down technical production equipment and coordinating all onstage and backstage activities with managers. lower level production, other departments and external clients and organizations for events and activities in the assigned theater. This position requires more than 40 hours per week, including mainly night work, weekends and holidays. Under the direction of the Technical Production Manager, the Technical Production Manager will work collaboratively with all staff and departments as required.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Serve as the primary technical department contact for events and activities in the assigned theater
• Manage a wide range of both theatrical and non-theatrical projects
• Provide leadership and guidance and delegate tasks to lower level production managers
• Manage theater systems including production of venue and event materials using industry standard applications
• Conceptualize, install, inventory, operate and maintain both theatrical and non-theatrical theatrical equipment systems and infrastructure
• Supervise stage/technical crew members, interns and other employees as required and provide supervision of stage, sound and lighting equipment for events and activities
• Meet with customers, vendors and other department personnel to discuss project and event requirements
• Help determine budgets, coordinate equipment, manpower requirements, schedules and review contracts, etc. for projects and events
• Assist with all technical needs in both theatrical and non-theatrical theaters
• Ensure compliance with applicable Blumenthal Performing Arts quality and safety policies, procedures, regulations and standards
• Responsible for completion of all necessary internal and external documentation including daily reports, payroll reports, review of contracts and addenda, plans, etc.
• Responsible for coordinating the purchase of equipment and providing support for negotiations and relations with suppliers
• Observe, stay current and follow industry accepted best practices
• Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications:
• Graduate or undergraduate degree in technical theater and a minimum of seven years of work experience in a technical theater management position for a large multi-theater venue that produces events and supports touring shows. Individuals with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provide the knowledge, skills and abilities required to meet the job requirements will be considered.
• COVID-19 vaccination required

Skills and/or job requirements:
• Advanced knowledge of theatrical systems
• Experience with AutoCAD, Vectorworks or Lightwright design software and ability to produce documents as needed
• Experience with Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint and using cloud-based file sharing
• Knowledge of lighting systems/equipment (ETC Ion, ETC Gio@5, GrandMA) and experience in operating standard lighting equipment including wiring, wiring, programming and troubleshooting using industry standard practices
• Knowledge of audio systems/equipment (DigiCo, Midas, Behringer, Shure, Sennheiser, Lectrosonic) and working knowledge of signal flow and basic troubleshooting
• Knowledge of theatrical rigging and ability to plan and support rigging systems and equipment
• Ability to understand and troubleshoot cinema system issues, including signal flow, digital and analog systems, and networking systems
• Verbal, numerical and spatial ability
• Experience with Q-Lab programming and operations
• Basic understanding of projection and video equipment including HD, SDI, DVI and HDCP as it relates to video connections
• Time management and ability to coordinate and delegate responsibilities
• Budgeting and resource management
• Excellent communication skills
• Design and interpretation of data
• Project management skills
• Motor coordination and ability to lift 50 lbs or more with proper lifting tools or with other team members
• Ability to climb a ladder, use elevating work platforms and work comfortably at different heights

Desired skills and/or certifications:
• Certified crowd management
• OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 certified
• ETCP Entertainment Electrician Certification
• ETCP Theater Rigging Certification

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Renewed call for toll exemption for cops in emergencies | Main stories https://911policeaidfoundation.org/renewed-call-for-toll-exemption-for-cops-in-emergencies-main-stories/ Mon, 02 May 2022 05:10:05 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/renewed-call-for-toll-exemption-for-cops-in-emergencies-main-stories/ The death of a cop has reignited the debate over unfettered access to emergency vehicles, with the Police Federation and St Ann South East MP Lisa Hanna calling for a streamlining of arrangements between the police and the Jamaica Toll Authority. Constable Donald Carr, 36, died of his injuries at St Ann’s Bay Hospital after […]]]>

The death of a cop has reignited the debate over unfettered access to emergency vehicles, with the Police Federation and St Ann South East MP Lisa Hanna calling for a streamlining of arrangements between the police and the Jamaica Toll Authority.

Constable Donald Carr, 36, died of his injuries at St Ann’s Bay Hospital after the vehicle he was traveling in reportedly lost control and rolled over into a ditch near Golden Grove. A passenger was admitted in serious condition.

There was an outcry from police personnel that they were having access problems reaching the crash site, as toll operators insisted on the motorway charges being paid.

Corporal Rohan James, chairman of the Police Federation, instructed the government to review the policy, arguing it was ‘absurd’ for lawmen to be encumbered with ‘bureaucracy’.

“There were, in fact, obstacles from the toll operators for the police to transport the victims to the hospital (…). The officer had to raise the barrier to transport the victim to the hospital,” James said. the gleaner on Sunday.

Hanna joined the call for exemptions for full access to toll roads for police and other emergency responders.

“Our emergency vehicles must have freedom of movement and access to highways and road networks if they are to serve, assist and better protect our citizens. Failure to do so could delay police emergency access during critical incidents that could result in loss of life,” Hanna said in a statement released Sunday afternoon.

The North-South Highway has two toll stations at St Ann South East for entrances and exits: Unity Valley and Golden Grove.

Jamaica Tolls Authority chairman Hugh Faulkner expressed condolences over Carr’s passing, but would not be drawn on details of the case.

Generally speaking, however, Faulkner said any policy changes allowing police to be exempt from toll charges should be dealt with by law.

Meanwhile, gloom hung over the Hunts Bay police station, where Carr was assigned, on Sunday as several colleagues were inconsolable.

Inspector Raquel Longmore was in shock on Sunday, recalling speaking to her the week before the crash.

“When you last see them, you don’t know. We are in mourning, he was a very good officer, very decent and hardworking,” she told The Gleaner.

The watch commander in Hunts Bay, Inspector Joseph Davis, shared that Carr was known for his punctuality and for carrying out his duties with pride. He also commemorated him as a man of integrity.

“He was an excellent team player. He would have displayed good service and he got along well with members of the community. He participated in downtown activities and he did his job as a professional,” Davis said.

Carr is said to have served as an inspiration not only to her colleagues, but to the wider community, given her active participation in youth events in surrounding communities.

“He was a positive influence. He deterred young men from getting involved in crime, he was a tour de force and he will be missed not only by the division itself but by the community at large,” Davis said.

As of April 29, 143 people have been killed in crashes this year.

david.salmon@gleanerjm.com

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CBP officer in Douglas charged with kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl https://911policeaidfoundation.org/cbp-officer-in-douglas-charged-with-kidnapping-and-sexually-assaulting-a-15-year-old-girl/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 21:13:45 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/cbp-officer-in-douglas-charged-with-kidnapping-and-sexually-assaulting-a-15-year-old-girl/ Published on April 29, 2022 at 1:47 p.m. Paul Ingram TucsonSentinel.com A US Customs and Border Protection agent in the Douglas area was arrested on Tuesday and faces more than a dozen charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl, authorities said. Aaron Thomas Mitchell, 27, abducted the girl on her way to school […]]]>

Paul Ingram

TucsonSentinel.com

A US Customs and Border Protection agent in the Douglas area was arrested on Tuesday and faces more than a dozen charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl, authorities said.

Aaron Thomas Mitchell, 27, abducted the girl on her way to school in Douglas on Monday, authorities said. In a statement, Douglas Police officials said Mitchell approached the girl in a red vehicle and “identified himself as a law enforcement officer.”

Officials said Mitchell is an employee of the Office of Field Operations, a part of CBP responsible for the country’s border crossings. And, that afternoon, he was wearing his tactical vest labeled “Police.”

Mitchell asked her for immigration documents, the girl told police. After reviewing the documents, he said he would take her to the police department, immobilize her and put her in his vehicle, officials said.

However, instead of taking her to the nearby police station, Mitchell drove the girl to an apartment in Sierra Vista, where he “allegedly sexually assaulted her”, officials said.

After the assault, Mitchell drove her back to Douglas that afternoon, officials said.

The girl reported the assault to the police, and officers from Douglas, along with detectives from the Sierra Vista Police Department, found the apartment where Mitchell allegedly assaulted her.

CBP officials confirmed the arrest, writing that Mitchell had been assigned to Port Douglas and was arrested by Douglas police for sexual misconduct with a minor.

“The officer is currently employed by CBP,” an agency spokesperson said, adding that further questions about the investigation should be directed to Douglas police.

“CBP emphasizes honor and integrity in all aspects of our mission, and the overwhelming majority of CBP employees and officers perform their duties with honor and distinction, working tirelessly every day to keep our country safe,” he said. “We do not tolerate corruption or abuse within our ranks, and we cooperate fully with any criminal or administrative investigations into alleged misconduct by any of our members, whether they occur on or off duty.”

Cochise County court records show Mitchell was charged with 18 counts, including kidnapping, sexual assault, sexual conduct with a minor, sexual abuse, unlawful conduct as a peace officer, fraud, obstruction and luring a minor for the purpose of sexual exploitation.

The investigation is ongoing, Douglas Police said.

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School aide who slapped reassigned autistic teenager | Guam News https://911policeaidfoundation.org/school-aide-who-slapped-reassigned-autistic-teenager-guam-news/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/school-aide-who-slapped-reassigned-autistic-teenager-guam-news/ The school assistant who slapped an autistic, non-verbal high school student last week has been temporarily assigned to the Guam Department of Education central office with the Division of Special Education until the investigation into the incident is over. Last Thursday, the 16-year-old autistic student was slapped by his individual assistant after the child allegedly […]]]>

The school assistant who slapped an autistic, non-verbal high school student last week has been temporarily assigned to the Guam Department of Education central office with the Division of Special Education until the investigation into the incident is over.

Last Thursday, the 16-year-old autistic student was slapped by his individual assistant after the child allegedly slapped the school assistant.

“Three employees were present when the situation arose and their statements were also taken and submitted to the ongoing investigation,” according to a GDOE statement.

Individual Helper is a new hire and applied at GDOE’s virtual job fair in December.

The aide has undergone training on working with children with special needs, according to GDOE.

“All individual assistants go through a basic training course that includes four segments: assistant duties and responsibilities, autism training, disability awareness and safe crisis management,” according to the GDOE.

The individual assistant has been briefed on the needs of the 16-year-old autistic student, the department said.

“Each individual helper is trained to meet the needs of the student assigned to them. As a practice for the department, a one-on-one assistant will meet with the coordinator (a consultant resource teacher) of the school and review the student’s Individual Education Plan to better understand how to support their student,” according to officials. of the GDOE.

“In the past two years, there have been no complaints of employees abusing students or using inappropriate methods of handling students,” according to GDOE.

School aides receive training on safe crisis management for students with special needs.

The first part of the training is a seminar. The second component is hands-on training where trainers create real-life scenarios and participants learn and practice de-escalation maneuvers.

Due to COVID-19, employees could only be certified on the first component, GDOE acknowledged.

“(Safe crisis management training) is one of four types of training an individual assistant receives when first hired,” GDOE officials said.

The GDOE’s Special Education Division is “reviewing its current practices to better ensure employees are prepared for their responsibilities and duties to our special needs population,” according to the GDOE statement.

Since the incident, the autistic boy’s father has noted a significant change in his son’s enthusiasm for school. GDOE officials said they had planned to meet the child and his father.

A social worker assigned to work with students at George Washington High School scheduled a home visit and assessment of the student.

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How to join the Indian Navy after the 10th? Know Matric Recruit (MR) Sailor & Tradesman Eligibility, Age and Selection Process 2022 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/how-to-join-the-indian-navy-after-the-10th-know-matric-recruit-mr-sailor-tradesman-eligibility-age-and-selection-process-2022/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 05:43:00 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/how-to-join-the-indian-navy-after-the-10th-know-matric-recruit-mr-sailor-tradesman-eligibility-age-and-selection-process-2022/ How to join the Indian Navy after the 10th? MR Sailor & Tradesman Recruitment 2022: Check How To Join Indian Navy After Passing 10and Standard as a Matrix Recruit (MR), Seaman and Tradesman (Group C civilian positions) including eligibility, age and 2022 selection procedure. How to join the Indian Navy after the 10th? MR Sailor […]]]>

How to join the Indian Navy after the 10th? MR Sailor & Tradesman Recruitment 2022: Check How To Join Indian Navy After Passing 10and Standard as a Matrix Recruit (MR), Seaman and Tradesman (Group C civilian positions) including eligibility, age and 2022 selection procedure.

How to join the Indian Navy after the 10th? MR Sailor & Tradesman Recruitment 2022: Working as a Matrix Recruit Sailor (MR) in the Indian Navy offers a 10 chanceand Pass candidates to join the Indian Navy and grow as a professional, learning new skills and gaining unparalleled experience in the process of applying those skills. Indian Navy Jobs After 10and provide a decent job profile and a good salary package. So, let us look at the ways through which defense aspirants can join the Indian Navy after passing the 10and Standard.

Join the Indian Navy after 10 as a matric recruit (sailor)

Join the Indian Navy as a matrix recruit after 10

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Job Profile

Cook (MR)

You will be required to prepare food according to the menu (vegetarian and non-vegetarian, including handling of meat products) and ration accounting. In addition, you will also be trained in the handling of firearms and you will be assigned other tasks for the proper functioning of the organization.

Steward (MR)

You would be required to serve food in the Officers’ Mess, as waiters, housekeeping, fund accounting, wine and stores, menu preparation, etc. functioning of the organization.

Sanitary Hygienist (MR)

They will be required to maintain hygiene in toilets and other areas. In addition, you will also be trained in the handling of firearms and you will be assigned other tasks for the proper functioning of the organization.

QUALIFICATION AND REQUIREMENT

  • MR (Chef, Steward and Sanitary Hygienist) Entry – Class X pass from a central/state government recognized school board.
  • The age of Steward, Chef and Sanitary Hygienist candidates must be between 17 and 20 years old on the day of registration.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Working environment of these branches in addition to their professional work, they were trained for surveillance duties on board ships as well as handling small arms and trained for disembarkation and embarkation teams as well. They are involved in all activities that are carried out by a ship.

TRAINING & ADVANCEMENT

Selected candidates will undergo 14 weeks of basic training at INS Chilka, followed by vocational training in the assigned trade at various naval training establishments. Branch/business will be assigned based on service requirements.

EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

You can take various vocational courses as per the requirements of the service and certificates of equivalent qualifications from various universities are awarded upon successful completion of the courses. You will obtain a “Graduation Equivalent Certificate” upon retirement after completing 15 years of service.

Join the Indian Navy after 10 as a Matrix Recruit (Musician)

Candidates will be required to play musical instruments as part of a naval band during ceremonial parades and other official functions. The Naval Band has also performed around the world.

QUALIFICATION AND REQUIREMENT

  • Candidate must have passed Class X (registration exam) and must be proficient in western notation, hearing ability and basic knowledge of music theory. Must also have actual practical skills in any western classical or wind/percussion instrument.
  • The age of the candidate must be between 17 and 25 years old on the day of registration.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Your working environment will be a musical working environment. You can learn as many instruments as you want and really excel at them. You can also learn to conduct an orchestra if you work really hard.

TRAINING & ADVANCEMENT

Selected candidates will undergo 14 weeks of basic training at INS Chilka followed by vocational training at INS Kunjali.

EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

You can take various professional courses depending on the requirements of the service. You will obtain a “Graduation Equivalent Certificate” upon retirement after completing 15 years of service.

Join the Indian Navy after 10 as a Journeyman Tradesman/Skilled (Group C Civilian Positions)

Selection: Indian Navy Civilian Entrance Test – INCET Exam or Direct Recruitment

Age – Between 18 and 25 years old

Essential Qualities: tenand Standard pass from a recognized Council I institution and certificate from a recognized Industrial Training Institute (ITI).

Nature of tasks/job profile: Indicative duties related to the position are as follows.

(a) Working in the production/maintenance of a store/ship/submarine.

(b) General cleanliness and maintenance of the section/unit.

(C) Transport of files and other papers in the office area.

(d) Photocopies, sending/receiving of FAX, letters, etc.

(e) Other non-administrative work in sections/units.

(I) Assist with routine office work such as diary, dispatch, etc., including computer-based.

(g) Delivery of Dak (inside and outside section/unit)

(h) Monitoring and Service Functions.

(i) Opening and closing tasks

(j) Cleaning of building, facilities, etc.

(k) Dusting of furniture, etc.,

(I) Maintenance of parks, lawns, potted plants, etc.

(m) Any other work assigned by higher authority

To note. The list of tasks above is only illustrative and not exhaustive. The Indian Navy Section Department may add to the list the duties usually performed by personnel at this level.

VISUAL STANDARDS FOR THE ENTRY OF SAILORS

Type of entry

Without glasses

With glasses

best eye

worst eye

best eye

worst eye

AA

6/6

6/9

6/6

6/6

RSS

6/6

6/9

6/6

6/6

SIR

6/6

6/9

6/6

6/6

MR Musicians

6/60

6/60

6/9

6/24

REMARK:-

Applicants found to be permanently medically unfit by an armed forces hospital during a prior recruitment for the same Navy entry do not need to apply

HEIGHT AND WEIGHT STANDARDS, MEN (WEIGHT IN KILOGRAMS) AGE IN YEARS

Age/Size

15

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

38

40

152

43

44

45

46

47

48

48

49

49

50

50

50

51

51

155

44

45

46

47

49

50

50

51

51

52

52

52

53

53

157

45

46

47

49

50

51

51

52

53

53

53

54

54

55

160

46

47

48

50

51

52

53

53

54

54

56

56

56

57

162

47

48

50

52

53

54

54

55

55

56

56

57

57

58

165

48

50

52

53

55

56

56

57

57

58

58

58

59

59

168

50

51

53

55

57

58

58

58

59

59

60

60

61

61

170

52

53

55

57

58

59

60

60

61

61

62

62

62

63

173

54

55

57

59

60

61

62

62

62

63

64

64

65

65

175

56

57

59

61

62

62

63

64

65

64

66

67

67

67

178

58

59

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

67

68

69

69

70

180

60

61

62

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

71

71

72

72

183

62

63

65

67

67

68

70

71

72

72

73

74

75

75

185

66

67

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

77

78

188

68

70

71

72

74

75

76

77

78

79

80

81

81

190

70

72

73

74

76

78

79

80

81

82

82

83

84

193

72

74

76

77

78

80

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

195

75

77

78

79

81

82

83

85

86

87

88

89

90

REMARK:-

Sizes and weights shown are for fully undressed men. The principle of averages will be used to calculate body weight for intermediate heights.
Relaxation in Height or Less Height:

Less height: The minimum height allowed for a candidate for enlistment in the navy is 157 cm. Tribal candidates who pass the written exam and PFT shall be granted size relaxation as follows:- Candidates of minimum height standard after relaxation for induction/recruitment into the Indian Navy as a sailor (in cm) Tribals of the Ladakh region 155 Andaman & Nicobar, Lakshadweep and Minicoy islands 155 Gorkhas, Nepal, Assam, Garhwal, Kumaon and Uttarakhand 152 Bhutan, Sikkim and NE region 152

The candidates of

Minimum height standard after relaxation for induction/recruitment into the Indian Navy as a sailor (in cm)

Tribals of the Ladakh region

155

Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and Minicoy

155

Gorkhas, Nepal, Assam, Garhwal, Kumaon and Uttarakhand

152

Bhutan, Sikkim and North East Region

152

Lower height candidates other than mentioned are not acceptable and unsuitable for recruitment. No appellate medical examination is granted in such cases. The procedure includes cases, if any, detected during the final medical examination held at INS Chilka.

TATTOO

Permanent body tattoos are only permitted on the inner side of the forearms i.e. from the inside of the elbow to the wrist and on the opposite side of the palm/back (dorsal) of the hand . Permanent body tattoos on any other part of the body are not acceptable and the candidate will be disqualified from recruitment.

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Four catalysts for change https://911policeaidfoundation.org/four-catalysts-for-change/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 01:00:00 +0000 https://911policeaidfoundation.org/four-catalysts-for-change/ The chain of events in the first two weeks of April has been turbulent and to some extent unimaginable. Who would have thought at the end of the year that Imran Khan would not be able to complete his term and that the opposition would thus prevail? In a way, giving all the credit to […]]]>

The chain of events in the first two weeks of April has been turbulent and to some extent unimaginable. Who would have thought at the end of the year that Imran Khan would not be able to complete his term and that the opposition would thus prevail?

In a way, giving all the credit to the opposition for this transfer of power would not be fair. There were at least four catalysts for change that will go down in history as the harbingers of a new era of democracy in Pakistan. Some readers may not like the use of “new era” for this simple change of government. Perhaps the jubilation and ecstasy many of us felt at the ousting of an almost fascist regime led by Imran Khan is a little premature. But for temporary relief, let’s count our blessings for now.

The catalysts of recent change that I list here are Asif Ali Zardari, the establishment, the judiciary and of course Shehbaz Sharif. It’s in alphabetical order to avoid an argument over who played a bigger role than the other. Former President Asif Ali Zardari has emerged as a statesman with the courage and ability to move things in a positive direction. Although the media has not been fair to him and he has had more than his share of accusations, backbiting, accusations of corruption and a constantly derogatory portrayal of his personality, he has stood the test of time. .

Repeated arrests and long imprisonments may have diminished him physically but not at all mentally and politically. His recent interview on Geo was a pleasure to watch. His composure and respect for other politicians was impressive. Above all, there was no sign of bitterness in him that would have affected anyone else, going through the traumas he experienced in his life. His democratic credentials are second to none as he is the only president in Pakistan’s history to have voluntarily transferred his powers to the Prime Minister’s office.

Zardari was instrumental in reaching out to other parties for a realignment of the power structure in Pakistan. Despite his failing health, he has almost single-handedly led the charge against Imran Khan over the past few months. He is one of the most sensible voices in Pakistani politics and truly believes in a more inclusive approach to governance. The way he united various groups against Imran Khan, perhaps no other political leader could have achieved this. Imran Khan’s allies and his own disgruntled PTI leadership could not have unseated Imran Khan as Asif Zardari managed to do.

The role of the institution as a catalyst for this change cannot be underestimated. Multiple attempts by the opposition over the past 45 months have failed simply because the right nod has not presented itself. This sudden shift in the establishment may be the result of a nosedive economy and Imran Khan’s arrogance and failure to deliver on his promises. Imran Khan being impervious to any sensible advice, his idiosyncrasies would have continued to plunge Pakistan into an abyss.

Pressing it last week by the ISPR is a clear sign that a new era in Pakistani political culture may be upon us. An era where all state organs limit their roles to their constitutionally assigned duties. It may be a little too much to expect at the moment, but sooner or later, this is the path taken by all democracies, from Bangladesh to Chile. The failure of the last diet should serve as a wake-up call.

The catalytic role of the judiciary is visible to all. One of the reasons democracy has not flourished in Pakistan is that the judiciary has time and again validated martial laws and military coups. The attitude of the Pakistani higher judiciary has not always been in favor of the democratic forces. This is why observers were concerned about the decision taken suo motu by Chief Justice Bandial regarding the motion of no confidence. The verdict was clear and precise, confirming the constitutional provisions. Without this verdict, the opposition could not have succeeded in its attempts to depose Imran Khan and take power. Even then, the PTI did their best — or worst — to overturn the court order.

Again, on the day of the vote – April 9 – justice came to the rescue by opening the courts at night. The government’s design was to keep delaying and prolonging the session with long speeches and intermittent breaks – throwing the whole country into chaos. The tension was mounting and there seemed to be no way out of Khan’s shenanigans. Pakistan’s Supreme Court and Islamabad High Court intervened in a timely manner and sent a stern signal that any violation of the court’s verdict would result in severe penalties.

Finally, Shehbaz Sharif also played a catalytic role by accepting the offer to become Prime Minister, an offer made by Asif Ali Zardari. Shehbaz Sharif had been an active administrator and an experienced politician. Perhaps he managed to persuade his elder brother and his niece Maryam Nawaz to tone down their direct attacks on the country’s powerful. Some might argue that Shehbaz will simply toe his brother’s line, but with the Zardari factor and other allies in mind, Shehbaz is likely to tread more cautiously.

Shehbaz’s first days in power demonstrated that he meant business. He is capable of leading his team and adept at designing projects that benefit the masses. He’s a workaholic, and that too at 70. Imran Khan may have been fitter in a physical sense, but his lax attitude towards work and his inability to think wisely is quite a contrast to what Shehbaz has to offer. Shehbaz is perhaps the best choice at least for now and there can be little doubt about his commitment to his country, despite all the PTI rhetoric about him.

The four catalysts discussed here can become agents of change if all do their jobs well. The ISPR presser put an end to the conspiracy theory championed by the PTI and its leaders. Many people point out that the system has not changed and that this transfer of power is only cosmetic. In one of his interviews, Asif Zardari beautifully explained that evolution is white and revolutions are red. Those who expect a revolution, where the whole system would be transformed overnight by seizing the means of production, can tend towards their ideal; but for now the recent change gives us a sign of hope.

The author holds a PhD from the University of Birmingham, UK. He tweets @NaazirMahmood and can be reached at:

mnazir1964@yahoo.co.uk

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