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Compare security personnel and law enforcement personnel.

1. Do security personnel and law enforcement personnel have similar or different responsibilities at large events? How must security and law enforcement personnel interact? How can both types of personnel accomplish the security objectives for a large event? 2. Large public events require access controls to maintain order

Feedback is given on the grant process.

1. What skill did you learn during the Grant proposal process that will be useful to you in the future? How and why? 2. What aspect of the Grant proposal process did you find most difficult? Why?

Memo writing tips are advised.

You are an HR practitioner in a medium-sized company. One of your employees has demonstrated mediocre performance and a recurring attendance problem relating to her unreliable child-care situation. Your boss has had enough and has directed you to rid the organization of this problem employee. Your boss requires a memo to seni

Specify legal obligations for company to new employees.

You are a HR practitioner in a medium-sized company that will soon be hiring 20 summer interns. You have been directed to provide a briefing for all line managers outlining the legal obligations that your company has to these new employees. Write a memo that outlines the most important legal requirements that managers must kn

Protection Officers and Executive Protection Professionals

1. What are the differences between a protection officer and an executive protection professional? How are these positions similar? Explain. 2. How do Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and fire safety regulations relate to personnel protection? How should protection officers promote compliance with OSHA an

Ethical Dilemma Scenario

Suppose you are a school counselor, and a student comes to see you with concerns about how much his parents are fighting with each other. After talking with the student, you plan to meet again in a week. The next day, the student's mother calls you, wanting to know what you talked about in your counseling session with her child.

Observe a science lesson

Observe a science lesson at an elementary school, middle school, or community organization such as a museum, zoo, or after-school program. · Discuss your observations. Include the following in your comments: o Strengths of the lesson o Weaknesses of the lesson o Evidence of inquiry learning o Questio

Teaching Workload Challenges

I need some help to brainstorm for some thoughts/ideas on discussing the challenges involved in balancing the student and teacher workload. I also have to Include as an appendix, a module of instruction that i would develop with such workload challenges in mind. Outcome: Evaluate educational technology delivery options an

Collaborative Team Approach to School Counseling

Suppose you are a school counselor, and you have been asked to coordinate a comprehensive, collaborative team approach to your school's counseling program. The approach will address an issue in the personal-social domain for students at any developmental level of your choice. Describe what issue and developmental level you are

Intervention or Prevention Scenario

Suppose you are a middle school counselor, and your school has been identified as having the lowest test scores out of the three middle schools in your district. You have been tasked with developing a program to address this issue. You can either develop an intervention program or a prevention program, but not both. Which progr

Discussing Biometrics and Security Measures

Please respond to the following questions: Q1. What is biometrics? How have they improved security overall and provide one example. Q2. What are card readers and combination lock pads? Are they effective, are they secure enough for today's security concerns? Where might we see them today and in the future?

Research cases are assessed.

Consider the following case: A researcher would like to know if highlighting a textbook helps students to score better on exams. She randomly selects one-half of the students in an introductory class and instructs them to highlight their textbooks as they read. The other students are instructed to do NO highlighting as they read

Investigate Ernst Von Glasersfeld's impression of constructivism.

As you begin to analyze this multifaceted buzzword, reflect on the following infamous definitions of constructivism - professed by the highly regarded Ernst Von Glasersfeld: 1. Knowledge is not passively received either through the senses or by way of communication, but is actively built up by the cognising subject. 2. T

Interpretation of Statistical Report

Module 3 - Background Interpretation of Statistical Report Reading Assignments The following are your reading assignments for the next two weeks. Simply click on the title and you will be automatically linked to the article. Required Reading: Buchanan, R., & Bowen, G.. (2008). In the Context of Adult Support: The I

Lavin and Marshall comments as they relate to research.

M1: The goal of research Unless your study explicitly builds on the research of other researchers in your area of inquiry, it is very unlikely to contribute to research knowledge. Joel Levin and Hermione Marshal emphasized (this point) in commenting on their experience as editors of the Journal of Educational Psychology the f

Math Problems

Part I. Basic Computations 1. A discount store sold plastic cups for $3.25 each and ceramic cups for $4.50 each. a. If 500 cups were sold for a total of $2,090, how many cups of each type were sold? Answer: b. What was the dollar value of each type of cup sold? Answer: 2. LaToya Smith is a buyer for a

Discuss multimedia tools.

What Web 2.0 tools do you use? How do you use them? Brainstorm ways in which you could use those tools in an instructional environment.

One of your Soldiers leaves a thumb drive in their computer overnight...

One of your Soldiers leaves a thumb drive in their computer overnight. There is critical information on the thumb drive. The next day the Soldier arrives back in the section and finds that the thumb drive is missing. As army leader, what actions should you take? Thanks for getting me started here...


Please help with answer to the following 2 questions ... 1. Discuss what is meant by a Letter of Intent. Why do you think it may be important? 2. Discuss the Evaluation Component. Why do you think it is important to a grant proposal?

Vaults and IT Data

Q1. What security limitations are encountered for vaults, safes, IT data, and or other high-value security items. Give examples please. Q2. Why is surveillance equipment important in internal security? What are some important parts, be it actual or administrative that is a must have? Examples.


Evaluate any new technology using the ACTIONS model. develop a proposal for your supervisor in support or rejection of the new technology being evaluated. Outcome: Discuss the relationship among knowledge, learning, teaching, and the nature of media and how this relationship should inform our use of technology in the healt

The Purpose of a Need Statements

Please help me with an assignment by answering the following questions: What purpose does a need statement serve, what information should it contain, and what are the necessary variables that determine if an organization is ready to seek funding?

Levels of fitness

In determining your unit's level of fitness, which components of fitness would have the best level of train-up on your platoon and what activities would place an extra demand on your cardiovascular and respiratory systems? Thanks for getting me started!

A Kozma Discussion is briefly provided.

Please rate 5/5 for my work. Discuss your viewpoint on Robert Kozma's argument in the media debate. Support your response with examples from your own experience. Outcome: Discuss the relationship among knowledge, learning, teaching, and the nature of media and how this relationship should inform our use of technol