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    Essay On Police Patrol

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    officers and their patrol methods are actually very similar. It is a police department’s uniformed officer’s responsibility to carry out the role of providing public service and controlling crime in a community. The patrol officer has one of the most difficult, dangerous, and complex jobs in a police department because they answer calls and have to deal with all kinds of people every day. Most police agencies around the country are small only employing around 20 officers or less. All patrol divisions perform

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    The Long Patrol

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    Tammo, the main character, is fighting imaginary enemies wishing he could join the infamous league of fighting hares known as the Long Patrol. Tammo is a young hare that has the blood of many fighting hares running you’re his veins. Tammo’s father is Colonel Cornsburry Tussock and is very strict and he leads his wife to help Tammo run away to join the Long Patrol. Russa Nodrey helps Tammo do this. Russa is a traveling squirrel that knows more about the country than any other beast alive. Damug Warfang

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    The US Border Patrol

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    The US Border Patrol The U.S. Border Patrol is the organization that polices the entry of illegal immigrants into our country. The official mission of the United States Border patrol is to protect the boundaries of the United States by preventing illegal entry, and by detecting, interdicting, and apprehending illegal aliens, smugglers, and contraband. Today, the United States Border Patrol consists of 21 sectors. Each sector is headed by a chief patrol agent. There are 145 stations located

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    The Border Patrol State

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    The Border Patrol State In “The Border Patrol State” Leslie Silko makes accusations of the border patrol’s mistreatment of American citizens of Mexican decent, making the argument with almost evidence. Silko, a critically acclaimed poet, sees the border patrol as a governmental assembly addicted to interrogation, torture, and the murder of those they see fit. Leslie Silko certainly makes accusations that some could argue far exceed the boundaries of journalism integrity, and fail to deliver with

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    The Patrol Ship “Nothing ever happens in this town,” Elida complained. Elidia and Aspyn had just been let out of school and walked down the street to go home. The town was as quiet as a ghost town, perfect as the ocean, and clean as an operating room. Nothing ever happened. When something did happen the patrol ships would stop it. Elidia and Aspyn always dreamed of growing up to control those ships. Be crime fighters, without actually having to get hurt, of course. “I don’t see the problem. We never

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    Border Patrol

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    United States Border Patrol has been around since 1904 enforcing and regulating laws under the immigration and Nationality Act. U.S. border patrol is now under the Department of Homeland Security, which was created as a response to the attacks of September 11, 2001. Over the years, their jurisdiction and missions have changed to better protect the safety of nation. Although border patrol is a need for any nation, their extensive acceptations to constitutional laws can often be taken advantage of

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    Civil Air Patrol

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    enthusiast wanted to put their skills and planes to use to protect their country. The Civil Air Patrol was born was born one week prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. During the course of WWII, Civil Air Patrol logged over 500,000 flight hours, sunk two enemy submarines. The Civil Air Patrol has an interesting history from World War II up until the present day. In the early stages of Civil Air Patrol, there was a strong need for national defense on the east coast where German U-boats had sunk

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    Border Patrol-Alex

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    become a border patrol agent because it sounds like an exciting job to do. You’re never know what’s going to happen on the job, and i like being surprised. My grandpa was a border patrol and he told me about all the action he was in when he would get a call, but he told me that it was not just a fun job it was a lot of hard work and life risking job. A border patrol has a five month training that they have to do at Artesia, New Mexico learning about all the varied aspects of a border patrol agent. What

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    Ohio Highway State Patrol

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    The Ohio Highway State Patrol has a long history of enforcing laws and keeping the wellness and safety of all Ohioans everywhere. The patrol has a responsibility to the public to uphold their duties as officers to protect life ,traffic and public; to provide safe roadways, emergency support, and investigate criminal activity. The Ohio Highway State Patrol went through a seventeen-year struggle to get a state police force to patrol roadways. In 1917 Senator Davis of the 23rd district introduced a

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    Arizona Border Patrol

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    Arizona Border Patrol The Border Patrol is a strategic group of specially trained people who prevent terrorists and terrorist’s weapons, including weapons of mass destruction, from entering the United States. The Border Patrol is specifically responsible for patrolling nearly 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian international land borders and over 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida Peninsula and the island of Puerto Rico. Agents work around the clock on assignments, in all types

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