The tactics brought forth by the training started by Russell and his men produced the most effective snipers that put great fear in the minds of the enemy. With the right training and equipment a few snipers could hold the enemy in one position for extended periods of time till a platoon of soldiers would come and take the rest out. With the quality of the men and the equipment that they used and the fear they put into the enemy, the USMC sniper received the title of the most effective and deadly human weapon. Even to this day the most effective infantryman is no doubt the USMC sniper because of the quality of the men and the equipment that they use and the shear fear they put into the
One serious case review was that where of Ian Huntley. The Bichard enquiry highlighted the importance of an in-depth recruitment process in order to keep both children and vulnerable adults safe. The Bichard Enquiry identified that basic good recruitment practice had not been followed in the case of the recruitment of Ian Huntley and that had it been that may well have prevented Huntley securing the role in an education setting. Good recruitment and vetting requires attention to all pre-employment checks including written references, identity and qualification checks, full employment history, and where an assessment of risk has indicated this is necessary Criminal Records Bureau disclosures known formally as CRB checks, now known as Disclosure and Barring Services (DBS) These checks are a legal requirement. A Job Description is the first of two of the most important documents to be used during the recruitment process.
All of these flaws in their practices serve as input to their lessons learned and how to better plan for these types of natural disasters. There should have been a response team readily available to send Emergency Broadcast Messages. Katrina revealed how weak our system was. I would hope that these lessons learned have resulted in more research, detailed disaster and evacuation plans, clear roles and responsibilities, and communication at every level. This horrific event left scars across our nation.
Anything and everything will be left on the line to be fought over. In most cases, whoever is standing last will tend to be victorious; temporally to say the least. However, for the sniper, being dead will be just as much as a victory than for being alive. The very end of O’Flaherty’s story displays a nail biting scene between the sniper and the un-named enemy trying to take the life of one another. By using strategy, the sniper figures out a way to fool the enemy and kills him.
Captain JJ has a degree in psychology. Do you work alone, or are you a member of a team? Captain JJ is a member of a team. Society requires that law enforcement exhausts all means available prior to launching a tactical resolution to an incident. If these means prove unsuccessful, then the transition from negotiation to tactical assault must be a smooth team effort.
Mr. B. was vulnerable when he was left unattended. Finally, the LPN on duty displayed a dangerous knowledge deficit by ignoring the de-saturation alarm on the oximeter. Improvement Plan Using Change Theory Change theory helps to effectively organize ideas that bring about long-term change. Implementing change theory first requires an identified driving force. In the scenario, Emergency department staff members were likely shaken by this poor outcome of Mr. B., and would be motivated to change to a safer model just to avoid a repeat in the future.
The current IA process is open to scrutiny by officers as it was developed to implement a professional standard of conduct. This is due to the prior actions of officers and the need of the department to rectify its “Bad Boy” image with the public. The IA policy was intended to ensure professionalism and standards of conduct between officers and citizens, while at the same time maintaining the integrity of police work. However, the current IA policy of the AVPD is no longer serving its intended purpose. The department’s underlying issues with the development of this old policy have been handled, and changes in Arizona laws regarding officer’s rights, combined with the civilian IA investigators going on “fishing expeditions” just to find errors in performance have led to the need for change in the IA process.
American military personnel in Vietnam knew them as “VC”, “Victor Charlie”, “Charlie” or “Chuck”. The attitude of most American soldiers towards the Viet Cong was a combination of hatred, fear and begrudging admiration. The Viet Cong were cursed and condemned for not following the Western conventions of war, and for refusing to stand and fight in battle. Instead, they relied on surprise, ambush, snipers and booby-traps. They were subversive, crafty and evasive, hiding amongst civilians or in the jungles, moving only in the dead of night.
They killed us with land mines and booby traps; they disappeared in the night, or into the tunnels, or into the elephant grass and bamboo” (199n21). At the time the Vietnam war seemed unforgiving and mysterious, in ways that it made most soldiers naturally evil who in which portrayed enormous grief upon the enemy. It was a time where in every soldier's head they carried a motto, “kill or be killed.” In the novel, In The Lake Of The Woods, small and simple footnotes are attached at the end of important chapters and they give the reader clues concerning the story or they expresses symbolic twists that make the novel somewhat unpredictable. The Footnote I have chosen runs on the back of chapter 20. The small passage explains related truth on the Vietnam War, symbolizes what John Wade, the protagonists, has witnessed, and finally how it portrays the rest of the novel.
Program failure is when the plan or change is not implemented properly, contrary to theory failure, which means that the plan itself was a failure (Patton, Sawicki & Clark, 2013, p. 344). Policy maintenance is important because it focuses on implementing the plan according to how it was written. This keeps changes from accruing during the execution of the plan and it forces a system to make sure nothing is overlooked. For example, losing track of the border patrol agents or not communicating with the police agencies near the closed stations would cause incidents that would produce bad publicity. There should also be a monitoring policy, which will record the effects of closing down the four stations.