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News Article | April 17, 2017
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Fifth annual Youth for Human Rights South Asia Summit served as the first stage of the annual Youth for Human Rights World Educational Tour and brought together concerned human rights advocates from throughout the region. Some 200 human rights advocates gathered at the India Habitat Centre in Delhi, March 22, for the 5th annual South Asia Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International. The group, which seeks full implementation of the U.N. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), emphasizes education as the key to accomplishing reform. The Summit, held in Lucknow and Nepal in previous years, also marked the launch of the 14th annual Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI). Special guests included Founder and President of Youth for Human Rights International, Dr. Mary Shuttleworth; YHRI South Asia President Andrew Chalmers, retired judge and Chief Secretary to the President of India’s National Human Rights Commission, C.K. Chaturvedi; State Coordinator of Police Research, Training and Policy and Superintendent of Madhya Pradesh State Police Academy, Vineet Kapoor; and Indian humanitarian and founder of Earth Saviours Foundation, Ravi Kalra. Also attending were delegates, volunteers, partners and friends from across India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The Summit began March 22 with a conference in which youth delegates shared the results of their human rights activities over the past year. Their enthusiasm and passion was contagious, with young and old alike inspired to redouble their work to bring about peace and tolerance through human rights education. The following day, a standing room only crowd filled the conference room at the International Youth Hostel in Delhi. They learned how training on the Youth for Human Rights educational materials has caused a major shift in police attitudes and interaction with the community. Day three was a planning session, with key YHRI volunteers from academia, law, media, IT and business set goals and targets for the coming year to greatly expand YHRI as a national movement in India and across South Asia. Youth for Human Rights is one of the many humanitarian and social betterment initiatives supported by the Church of Scientology and Scientologists in alignment with the vision of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard who stated, “It is vital that all thinking men urge upon their governments sweeping reforms in the field of human rights.”


Dispute Over 'Fearless Girl' and 'Charging Bull' Statues Kevin L Smith Dean of Libraries, University of Kansas University of Kansas Smith can discuss the dispute over the "Fearless Girl" and "Charging Bull" statues in New York, the associated copyrights for each, copyright law and intellectual property: "This case is especially interesting since it involves a relatively new provision of the copyright act, the Visual Artists' Rights Act of 1990, which secures some specific 'moral rights' for a limited group of visual artists. Interpretation of VARA has been difficult for the courts, and this case could really push on the issue of what a right of integrity, not recognized in any other part of U.S. copyright law, really entails. How much, we might ask, should an artist be able to control the meaning of his or her own work?" Contact: Mike Krings, mkrings@ku.edu Supreme Court: Trinity Lutheran v. Pauley Daniel Conkle Professor Indiana University's Maurer School of Law "The Supreme Court in recent decades has moved steadily toward a 'neutrality' understanding of the First Amendment's Establishment Clauses. Under this approach, the government generally is free to include religious organizations in otherwise general programs of funding, for example, through voucher programs for private schools. At the same time, in the interest of federalism, the Court has permitted states, applying state constitutional law, to enforce a stricter separation of church and state. Missouri has denied funding for the church playground based upon a state constitutional provision. But by denying the funding the state has effectively discriminated against church-sponsored daycares, presenting the question of whether the state constitutional provision itself violates the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment," says Conkle. "The question is whether the First Amendment requires neutrality between religious and nonreligious organizations, and if so, then the state constitutional provision will have to give way. Many state constitutions include provisions similar to Missouri's, so as a result, the Court's decision could have broad implications." Conkle is available to comment on the oral arguments in Trinity Lutheran v. Pauley (4/19). According to Conkle, the case raises important issues, not only about church-state separation, but also about federalism and the intersection of state and federal constitutional law. An expert on the intersection of constitutional law and religion, Conkle is the author of Constitutional Law: The Religion Clauses, which provides a theoretical and conceptual framework for understanding and evaluating the components of the Supreme Court's constitutional doctrine. His research addresses constitutional law and theory, religious liberty and the role of religion in American law, politics and public life. Conkle is also a Nelson Poynter Scholar at the Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions. Bio: http://www.law.indiana.edu/about/people/bio.php?name=conkle-daniel-o Website: http://www.law.indiana.edu Contact: Kemba Neptune, Kemba.neptune@finnpartners.com Relationship-Building Between Law Enforcement and the Community Bill Cassell Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Campbellsville University Campbellsville, KY The importance of fostering understanding between police departments and the communities they serve through pro-active education and relationship building has never been more apparent. Says Cassell: "Community policing is an essential step in building trust between local departments and the communities they serve. In light of today's divisive political environment pro-active outreach is a necessary relationship building step. Unfortunately, race relations and secure communities have been in the spotlight lately. No strategy that encourages officers to target certain racial or ethnic groups is going to turn out to be positive in today's culture. Local cooperation, mutual respect and education about use of force policies are key to increasing understanding of not only police work but of each other." Cassell is a retired law enforcement and chief of police, with over two decades of experience, most of which spent teaching others. In his role as manager at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice he planned, implemented and managed instructors for all law enforcement officer trainings across the state. Cassell has numerous certifications, in topics such as situational leadership, ethics, and community vulnerability assessment methodology.  In addition to these topics he is available to discuss ethics in policing, leadership and communications training, and the role of social media and technology in police departments. Contact: Jessica Brown, Jessica.brown@finnpartners.com The Increased Strain on Law Enforcement Dr. Walter E. Stroupe Chair & Graduate Coordinator, Criminal Justice Department at West Virginia State University West Virginia State University Charleston, WV The current challenges and controversies surrounding law enforcement departments include issues related to officer shortage, inadequate agency budgets, and public policy impacting state and local police departments. Says Dr. Stroupe: "Lost in our national conversation over policing is that America's social services are coming under an enormous amount of stress. We are seeing increased burnout and retirements across the spectrum, from child protective service workers and teachers to emergency responders, and it has been up to law enforcement to pick up the slack without increased budgets and staff. These new roles in policing are leading to departments stretched thin, funding shortages, and an overall inability to improve services. What law enforcement agencies across the country need now are more dedicated funds so that they can effectively adjust to new responsibilities, recruit better officers, and implement long-term strategies for their communities."  Dr. Stroupe has over 20 years of law enforcement experience, including as a state Field Trooper, First Lieutenant, and retiring as the Assistant Director of Training at the West Virginia State Police Academy. He has been involved in developing and instructing criminal justice curriculum, including classes in race and gendered issues, domestic terrorism, sex crimes, and community oriented policing. Contact: Michael Timberlake, michaeltimberlake@finnpartners.com The Future of Learning is Personal Dr. Mickey Blackwell Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Education West Virginia State University Charleston, WV With advancements in the use of technology and student data in the classroom, personalized education initiatives are the future. Says Dr. Blackwell "Personalized learning is where we are all headed. Soon every child will have their own plans, tailored tests, and teachers will know in real-time how that student is performing. It will be up to teachers, with the help of their administrators, to craft new materials, exercises, and tasks that can bring out the best in their students. Plus with the right support, states and districts can that embrace this learning revolution and will be better equipped to understand the strengths and weaknesses of their students and what teachers need to be successful in the classroom. This is an immense challenge for the education system, but it will pay endless dividends if fully supported by teachers, policymakers, and parents." Dr. Blackwell has over 30 years of experience in teaching and school administration, including serving as superintendent and principal at multiple schools, and currently is the executive director for the West Virginia Association for Elementary and Middle School Principals. Dr. Blackwell can speak to developing district-based curriculum goals and related staff development and staff, as well as the impact of public policy on state public school educators and school administrators.  Contact: Michael Timberlake, michaeltimberlake@finnpartners.com Preparing College Students for Life After Graduation Marjorie Silverman Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Internship Studies FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) State University of New York New York, NY The transition of college students to the working world can be extremely challenging and stressful. Says Silverman: "The pressure on college students is at a dangerous level. Student debt, academic demands and a highly competitive job market leave college students overwhelmed, overstressed and exhausted. It has never been more urgent for higher education institutions to provide real-life experiential education that prepares the student for life after graduation." Working with leading employers in multiple industries, her areas of concentration include engaging students in an increasingly distracted world, expanding opportunities and commitments for non-traditional age students and innovative experiential educational programming. Silverman holds an M.A.in Organizational Psychology/Leadership from Columbia University. Contact: Ken Ferber, ferber@trueify.net Liberal Arts Education in the World of STEM David Harrity English Professor, School of Arts and Sciences Campbellsville University Campbellsville, KY "We continually hear about the important role STEM education plays in regards to job opportunities. I argue that the movement toward pragmatic STEM education is creating a loss in the way people approach debate, communication and creativity. I see STEM degrees and liberal arts degrees as equally important. The ability to express differing opinions and take part in active listening is becoming an increasingly important skill needed to be effective in our deeply divided communities today. The philosophy behind a liberal arts education is for students to be exposed to challenging and thought provoking ideas. If we are truly committed to seeing the next generation succeed, we need to place equal value on both STEM and liberal arts education." An established writer, Professor Harrity has authored a number of books focused on poetry and imagination's connection to theology. In addition to the creative writing process, Harrity can discuss the positive and negative links between social media and human connection as well as the cultural shift toward enhanced self-selection which means people are no longer forced to process information that is difficult, emotional or uncomfortable. 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News Article | July 19, 2017
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The South Australian Police Academy has deployed a new virtual reality (VR) training simulator to assist officers in training with firearms in real-world scenarios. According to an official statement, it allows for training without ammunition, thereby increasing safety, and reducing cost and environmental impact. The VirTra training system offers a 300-degree of simulated scenarios, utilizing multiple screens, 3D audio, and special effects, the statement said. In addition to testing firearms use, the simulator is also meant to test "factors such as communication skills, de-escalation and appropriate responses," South Australia Police deputy commissioner Linda Williams said in the statement. The new system is the first tech update that the training facility has received in roughly 10 years. Williams said in the statement that it could lead to more interactive scenarios and enhance existing response training efforts. SEE: Virtual reality for business: The smart person's guide The training scenario has a live fire range as well. And since it is indoors, that means that officers can still train regardless of potential inclement weather. The VirTra simulator, which set the police force back $480,000, has been in use since June 2017. Now, however, it is being made available for other groups, such as the South Australian Police's Special Tasks and Rescue (STAR) group, to train on as well. STAR is typically tasked with handling situations deemed more high-risk, Williams said in the statement. The system has also been used by other jurisdictions, and in conjunction with other systems, the statement noted, enabling groups to share training programs and insights. "This is a welcomed upgrade of the system already used to train police in the use of a full range of tactical options including firearms, electronic control devices and capsicum spray," Police Minister Peter Malinauskas said in the statement. Specialized training is one of the major use cases for VR in the enterprise. Industries such as education, skilled trades, and even NASA use VR to train their employees and experts of scenarios that could be difficult to replicate through other mediums. The US military also has a new VR simulator called PARASIM, used to train paratroopers on particular combat jumps. Military and police implementations have the added value of training users of potentially life-threatening situations in cyberspace, keeping them safer and more prepared.


Chickie's & Pete's, the iconic Delaware Valley based sports bar and restaurant group, has announced they will hold their 3rd Annual Crabfries 4 Heroes event on Thursday July 13th.   Chickie's & Pete's holds Crabfries 4 Heroes to coincide with National French Fry Day each year.  The event benefits The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Survivors Fund. The Fund provides support for the families of fallen police officers. On Thursday, Chickie's & Pete's will offer their world famous Crabfries® at participating full-service locations for $1 from 11am to midnight.  In addition, Chickie's & Pete's will feature $5 Miller Lite personal pitchers during the same time frame. At the end of the day, $1 from each order of Crabfries® and $5 from each Miller Lite personal pitcher will be donated to the FOP Survivors Fund. A total of $30,000 has been raised for the fund in the past two years. "I simply can't express the admiration our team has for police officers," said Pete Ciarrocchi, Chairman and CEO of Chickie's & Pete's.  "The 'thin blue line' they walk each day represents the difference between the safety and protection we all want and the dangers our officers face each day.  We are so proud to have created Crabfries 4 Heroes to show our support." On Thursday, July 13th, Chickie's & Pete's will take Crabfries® 4 Heroes on the road to treat police officers on duty.  The "Crabfries® Express" truck will load up and deliver free Crabfries® and other menu items to multiple police districts throughout Philadelphia.  The Crabfries Express will also make a stop at the Philadelphia Police Academy to treat those in training.   "These men and women are on the job, or soon will be, protecting us," said Pete Ciarrocchi. "So, we're going on the road to let them know how proud we are of them and the work they do each day." "Here's the thing with Pete Ciarrocchi and Chickie's & Pete's," said John McNesby, President of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5. "Before we need them they are there for us.  When we need them they are there for us.  They put their brand, their money and their hearts into Crabfries 4 Heroes and we can't thank them enough." Chickie's & Pete's flagship location on Packer Avenue in South Philadelphia will also mark National Crabfries Day on July 13th by hosting their annual .  The winner of the Crabfries® Eating Contest will receive FREE Crabfries for LIFE and a $1,000 Visa Gift Card. Second place will earn FREE Crabfries® for a Year while third place will win a VIP Wing Bowl Package. Interested participants can find rules and details at http://chickiesandpetes.com/crabfriesday Chickie's & Pete's is a Philadelphia-area crab house and sports bar with 13 full service restaurant locations across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Founded in 1977 by Peter and Henrietta Ciarrocchi, Chickie's & Pete's started as a single location in the Mayfair neighborhood of Philadelphia and has since grown to become one of the most recognizable brands in the region.  It's famous, one-of-a-kind Crabfries® concession locations can be found in stadiums, arenas, boardwalks and amusement parks throughout the area. Chickie's & Pete's is a leader in forging innovative strategic partnerships and utilizing technology to bring together casual dining with interactive sports entertainment. The company combines family-based values with a love of all things sports in each of its locations. Learn more at www.chickiesandpetes.com


News Article | June 2, 2017
Site: news.yahoo.com

FILE- In this Sept. 2, 2015 file photo, New York City Police Officer Lamont Edwards talks to actor Nathan Purdee during a Crisis Intervention Training class at the New York Police Department Police Academy, in New York. Even before an encounter between a schizophrenic woman and a police sergeant in October 2016 left her dead and him now facing a murder charge, NYPD officials realized the need for officers to better understand how to manage mental illness, and created a specialized training. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File) NEW YORK (AP) — A year before a police sergeant shot and killed a bat-wielding woman with schizophrenia, the New York Police Department began giving officers specialized training on how to handle the mentally ill. But the sergeant, who was charged this week with murder, hadn't received it. The October shooting of Deborah Danner became a searing illustration of the argument for the training, which so far has reached about 5,800 of the department's 35,000 officers. The NYPD says it's trying to extend it as widely and quickly as possible. Mental health advocates and a city police watchdog group have praised the program, but they also have said it needs to be better put into practice. "The training of police officers is critically important," says Steven Coe, CEO of Community Access, a mental health advocacy and services organization. But "there's things the city needs to be doing, overall, beyond the training." While the NYPD already had a small, highly trained unit for mental health cases, the crisis intervention training was meant to give more officers a better chance at de-escalating confrontations. It's now being expanded to additional shifts. Since Danner's death, the department has been focusing on training sergeants and other higher-ranking officers. Police spokesman Stephen Davis said the aim is to prepare as many officers as possible, but it takes time. "We're moving in the right direction," he said. "It's a priority." The NYPD responded to 157,000 calls of people in crisis last year. Most end without harm. But not the call that brought Sgt. Hugh Barry to Danner's apartment on Oct. 18, 2016. Barry persuaded the 66-year-old Danner to drop a pair of scissors, police said. But after she picked up a baseball bat and brandished it toward him, he shot her twice in the torso, prosecutors said. Danner was black and Barry is white. Barry had a stun gun but didn't use it, and prosecutors said he disregarded the training he did have. The eight-year police veteran has pleaded not guilty. His union leader decried the charges, saying it's clear the sergeant didn't intend to harm Danner and had to make a split-second decision. Crisis intervention training explores how to recognize signs of mental illness, respond to such calls and empathize with someone in the throes of a crisis. During the four-day program, officers hear from patients, mental health professionals and police officials. Mental health advocates — and a January report from the city's inspector general for police — say the training is well-done, but not so well deployed. "If you're going to have people trained, you have to follow through," said Jay Ruderman of the Ruderman Family Foundation, a Boston-based charity that aids and advocates for people with disabilities. "They did all the right things, except for the implementation." The city's 911 dispatchers can't tell which officers have had the training, so they can't steer them to calls of people in crisis. The NYPD notes, however, that police supervisors have a list of trained officers and can direct them as needed. The department also has said it needs other city agencies to do their part by creating drop-off centers where officers can take people who don't need to be arrested or hospitalized. A 2014 city plan pledged to open two such centers by 2016, but it hit snags. Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio recently said they're expected to open next year. Meanwhile, the murder case surrounding Danner's death will play out in court. In a 2012 essay, she agonized over the deaths of mentally ill people like her at the hands of police. At the top of her "wish list" for helping people like herself: "Teaching law enforcement here how to deal with the mentally ill in crisis."


News Article | August 8, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

The July 13th event, started by Chickie's & Pete's for the first time in 2015, saw all sales from specially priced $1 orders of their world famous Crabfries as well as $5 Personal Pitchers of Miller Lite Beer help the FOP Survivors Fund.  The event, which coincided with National French Fry Day, has become an annual event for the iconic restaurant group. "The amount is humbling," said Pete Ciarrocchi chairman and CEO of Chickie's & Pete's.  "The past two years saw us donate a total of $30,000.  The fact we almost matched that two year amount in one day is an amazing tribute to our guests, employees as well as police officers and their families.  I want to thank all involved, including our friends at McCain and Miller Lite!" To help spread the word about Crabfries for Heroes, Pete Ciarrocchi personally took the Crabfries Express on the road and hand-delivered Crabfries to police districts around Philadelphia as well as at the Police Academy. "We needed to get out and personally show these officers we love and appreciate them and we are in full support of their families as well," said Ciarrocchi. "We cannot express how amazed and grateful we are at the amount Pete and his team at Chickie's & Pete's raised for our fallen officers families," said John McNesby, President of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5. "Time and time again we have gone to Pete for help, both publicly and privately, and each time he has more than risen to the challenge." Pete Ciarrocchi committed Chickie's & Pete's to the event for 2018 and said work was already underway to make it an even bigger and better day for the police and community. About Chickie's and Pete's: Chickie's & Pete's is a Philadelphia-area crab house and sports bar with 13 full service restaurant locations across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Founded in 1977 by Peter and Henrietta Ciarrocchi, Chickie's & Pete's started as a single location in the Mayfair neighborhood of Philadelphia and has since grown to become one of the most recognizable brands in the region.  It's famous, one-of-a-kind Crabfries® concession locations can be found in stadiums, arenas, boardwalks and amusement parks throughout the area. Chickie's & Pete's is a leader in forging innovative strategic partnerships and utilizing technology to bring together casual dining with interactive sports entertainment. The company combines family-based values with a love of all things sports in each of its locations. Learn more at www.chickiesandpetes.com


News Article | June 15, 2017
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-- There is a new marketing firm in California, but its chief consultant Pennie Rorex is far from new to the business.Launched this week, Rorex Marketing Solutions' mission is to bring innovation, solutions and results to businesses and organizations. While the consulting firm is new for 2017, it is a resurrection of PR Consulting, a firm championed by Rorex in 1998, but retired more than a decade ago. "The entrepreneurial spirit in me never extinguished"said Rorex. "While I spent the last decade employed by others, I always missed the creative variety that consulting brings when working with different types of businesses simultaneously, versus one industry at a time."The new firm specializes in marketing strategies, advertising (digital and traditional), branding, content marketing, crisis communication, media relations, public relations, social media and promotional products.Joining Rorex in the relaunch is Allen Rorex, who was also part of the former PR Consulting.  Allen has more than 15 years experience in the promotional products industry. He will continue to lead the promotional products division of Rorex Marketing Solutions. "Promotional products are another part of the marketing mix, and Allen's expertise in this area is a perfect fit for our complete line of marketing communication solutions," said Pennie Rorex."It is great to be working together again," said Allen Rorex. "We compliment one another's strengths so well and when we brainstorm together, magic happens."Pennie Rorex has three decades of experience in marketing communications. Since retiring PR Consulting, she led the marketing efforts of the Stanislaus County Fair and most recently, Emanuel Medical Center. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies from California Baptist University. She was honored by her peers with the Maree Hawkins Communications Professional of the Year Award from the Central Valley Public Relations Organization for her commitment and excellence to the profession. She also holds a certificate of completion from the Governor's Office of Emergency Services Public Information Officer / Crisis Communications Course.Allen Rorex was recognized for his creativity and success with a "Salesperson of the Year" award, an honor bestowed to only one of the nearly 100 nationwide promotional product representatives in each year by a Colorado distributor. He is a former member of Ceres Rotary Club, where he was honored with a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow award. He has served on the Board of Directors for Bogey's Unlimited for the past two years. Allen is a former general contractor, a graduate from the Modesto Junior College Police Academy and is proud to have served in the United States Marines.For more information contact Rorex Marketing Solutions at RorexMarketing.com or phone (209) 667-7024. The marketing firm is based in Turlock, CA.


In the Line of Duty Receive press releases from In the Line of Duty: By Email In The Line Of Duty Introduces Exclusive Law Enforcement Training Video –“Ambush Recognition/What Every Cop Needs To Know” St. Louis, MO, June 16, 2017 --( In light of the ambush killings of multiple officers in Dallas (TX) and Baton Rouge (LA) and today’s ambush at a Congressional softball practice, this program has taken on added significance. The 1hr. 35 min. program is a full classroom presentation featuring Dick Fairburn from the Illinois State Police Academy. Mr. Fairburn is a 40-year veteran law enforcement officer and instructor who has spent years studying ambushes of law enforcement officers and their prevention. A video preview of the “Ambush Recognition/What Every Cop Needs To Know” is available at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r6HxeoJhz4. The program provides in-depth instruction related to: Common sense tips on how to avoid an ambush Why military training techniques can help cops avoid ambush Approaches that work in the real world for officers What can get cops into trouble in a potential ambush scenario Absolute/positive do's and don'ts for avoiding ambush How to watch your six and how to help fellow officers watch theirs This training program will cover all aspects of ambush recognition. From tactics employed by bad guys to lure in cops, to response protocol once you realize you are in an ambush situation. Instructor Dick Fairburn presents an in-depth course on ambush recognition. “It’s one of the most, in-depth and crucial training programs we have ever produced,” said Ron Barber, President of In the Line of Duty. This 105:00+ video download/DVD includes the following materials: Trainers Guide/Duty Sheet Tests and Certificate of Completion included. POST approved for continuing education in most states. In the Line of Duty is the only online reality-based video producer of law enforcement training and education. Its Learning Management System is used by thousands of law enforcement professionals for roll call, academy, and in-service training in addition to classroom and distance learning. Their modules utilize feature-rich law enforcement education and training using real video, with input from those involved. The Line of Duty online library includes over 300 courses in streaming video and downloadable formats covering virtually every aspect of policing. The company offers instant access to hundreds of programs/courses for immediate purchase/download, allowing law enforcement agencies and cities and municipality management to customize and get the training they need instantly. “We are the gold standard in law enforcement video training, and I am proud that we have not only provided invaluable information and education for over 20 years but also, and most importantly, have saved lives in the process,” says LOD President Ron Barber. Additional details regarding In the Line of Duty and Ambush Recognition/What Every Cop Needs to Know are available by calling (314) 890-8733 or by emailing info@lineofduty.com. For more information about the company - including access to their entire catalog of video-based training modules and the complete line of products - visit www.lineofduty.com. About In The Line of Duty Starting as a producer/provider of VHS training for law enforcement in 1995, In the Line of Duty was founded by veteran broadcast journalists Ron Barber and Don Marsh. The company rapidly evolved from the VHS format to CD-Rom and, currently, DVD, online and digital. Its hundreds of training programs, the largest such video library in the world, currently numbers over 300 and is used by thousands of law enforcement professionals, educators, trainers and students in all 50 states and Canada. St. Louis, MO, June 16, 2017 --( PR.com )-- In the Line of Duty – the world leader in law enforcement video and internet training – has launched their newest online video training based on “best practices” learning from law enforcement leadership entitled “Ambush Recognition/What Every Cop Needs To Know.”In light of the ambush killings of multiple officers in Dallas (TX) and Baton Rouge (LA) and today’s ambush at a Congressional softball practice, this program has taken on added significance.The 1hr. 35 min. program is a full classroom presentation featuring Dick Fairburn from the Illinois State Police Academy. Mr. Fairburn is a 40-year veteran law enforcement officer and instructor who has spent years studying ambushes of law enforcement officers and their prevention.A video preview of the “Ambush Recognition/What Every Cop Needs To Know” is available at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r6HxeoJhz4.The program provides in-depth instruction related to:Common sense tips on how to avoid an ambushWhy military training techniques can help cops avoid ambushApproaches that work in the real world for officersWhat can get cops into trouble in a potential ambush scenarioAbsolute/positive do's and don'ts for avoiding ambushHow to watch your six and how to help fellow officers watch theirsThis training program will cover all aspects of ambush recognition. From tactics employed by bad guys to lure in cops, to response protocol once you realize you are in an ambush situation. Instructor Dick Fairburn presents an in-depth course on ambush recognition.“It’s one of the most, in-depth and crucial training programs we have ever produced,” said Ron Barber, President of In the Line of Duty.This 105:00+ video download/DVD includes the following materials:Trainers Guide/Duty SheetTests and Certificate of Completion included.POST approved for continuing education in most states.In the Line of Duty is the only online reality-based video producer of law enforcement training and education. Its Learning Management System is used by thousands of law enforcement professionals for roll call, academy, and in-service training in addition to classroom and distance learning. Their modules utilize feature-rich law enforcement education and training using real video, with input from those involved.The Line of Duty online library includes over 300 courses in streaming video and downloadable formats covering virtually every aspect of policing. The company offers instant access to hundreds of programs/courses for immediate purchase/download, allowing law enforcement agencies and cities and municipality management to customize and get the training they need instantly.“We are the gold standard in law enforcement video training, and I am proud that we have not only provided invaluable information and education for over 20 years but also, and most importantly, have saved lives in the process,” says LOD President Ron Barber.Additional details regarding In the Line of Duty and Ambush Recognition/What Every Cop Needs to Know are available by calling (314) 890-8733 or by emailing info@lineofduty.com.For more information about the company - including access to their entire catalog of video-based training modules and the complete line of products - visit www.lineofduty.com.About In The Line of DutyStarting as a producer/provider of VHS training for law enforcement in 1995, In the Line of Duty was founded by veteran broadcast journalists Ron Barber and Don Marsh. The company rapidly evolved from the VHS format to CD-Rom and, currently, DVD, online and digital. Its hundreds of training programs, the largest such video library in the world, currently numbers over 300 and is used by thousands of law enforcement professionals, educators, trainers and students in all 50 states and Canada. In the Line of Duty Ron Barber 314-890-8733 www.lineofduty.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from In the Line of Duty


News Article | June 15, 2017
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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and multiple congressional aides were hit by a gunman with a rifle who opened fire at a GOP baseball practice in Virginia Wednesday morning. Shortly after his attack, the gunman (identified as James T. Hodgkinson) was taken down by Scalise's Executive Protection detail. (http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/06/14/virginia-gop-baseball-practice-shooting-multiple-people-shot.html) At least six people including Scalise, the third ranking member of House Republican leadership as the majority whip, were hospitalized. Scalise was in critical condition after suffering damage to internal organs, and his injuries will require additional operations, according to a MedStar Washington Hospital Center medical update late Wednesday. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., described the chaotic scene to CNN: "We were like sitting ducks, and without the Capital Police, we would have all been killed." Kent Moyer, CEO of The World Protection Group, Inc. (a full service international security firm that specializes in Executive Protection) had this to say about how attack: "The Dignitary Protection team of the Capital Police response was excellent. From the moment of recognition of the attack to the response was only three minutes. That fast response stopped a massacre from happening. Dignitary Protection Units go through a total different training than the Police Academy. It was the Officers’ specialized training & high level of alertness that stopped this attack.” The World Protection Group, Inc. (WPG) is based in Beverly Hills, CA, and has offices in New York City and Mexico City, Mexico. "Our philosophy and techniques are based on the United States Secret Service method of providing proactive and preventative protection," says Moyer. "The World Protection Group has worked with some of the most high profile individuals in the world, and in the history of the firm has never experienced an incident that might have caused harm or embarrassment to our client." Learn more about The World Protection Group, Inc at: http://worldprotectiongroup.com/


News Article | May 12, 2017
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According to the 2016 Department of Defense Survey of Active Duty Spouses, there is approximately a 23 percent unemployment rate among active duty spouses, and on average they spend five months looking for a new job.* Recognizing that military spouses who are in the job market crave flexibility to create their own hours and need a virtual office as a result of frequent military Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves, home-based travel agency franchise Dream Vacations A CruiseOne Company partnered with Military Spouse magazine to host a contest for military spouses who want to enter the travel industry. This Military Spouse Appreciation Day, Fredericksburg, Va. resident and Army wife Stacy Evans has been awarded a free Dream Vacations franchise. “Being a military spouse is one of the hardest jobs there is. As a result of having spouses who serve in the military and spend extended periods of time away from home as well as require frequent career moves, military spouses are extremely resilient, well-traveled and have to be organized,” said Tim Courtney, CFE, vice president of franchise development and ambassador of veteran affairs. “These traits are the glue which keeps families together and also makes a successful franchise owner. We believe owning a travel franchise is one way military spouses can earn extra income, while having the flexibility of working from home.” Evans has an entrepreneurial background and in 2002 launched an internet company providing updated BIOS (Basic Input Output System) chips for desktop computers and sold it in 2009. That job afforded her the time to be a stay-at-home mom and in 2014 she decided she wanted to go back to work. In 2015 she graduated from the 61st Basic Police Academy and started working with the Animal Protection Unit shortly after. Due to the long hours and commute resulting in many hours away from home, she decided to find a home-based business opportunity that gives her the flexibility to be there for her kids. “When my friend shared the link to the Dream Vacations Franchise contest on Facebook, I thought, that would be a perfect fit for me,” said Evans. “I truly believe everyone should have a hobby or activity just for them that brings them happiness. I’d want a business that would be portable if we were to move again. A business doing something that I enjoy.” Candidates participated in a phone interview and wrote a brief essay describing why owning a home-based travel franchise would be a valuable opportunity for their family. Twenty finalists were identified, with one final winner. The grand prize is valued at $12,700 and includes a complimentary Dream Vacations franchise and weeklong franchise training at the Dream Vacations’ state-of-the-art world headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. In addition to the waived $9,800 initial start-up fee and monthly service fees, Evans will be reimbursed up to $500 for travel and receive complimentary accommodations during the weeklong training. Following training, Evans will be able to take the business on the road if her husband is relocated. Dream Vacations has a “5-Star Ranking” as a member of the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) VetFran initiative. Committed to giving back to the military community, Dream Vacations hosts “Operation Vetrepreneur,” an annual contest which awards five franchises to veterans; gives a 20 percent discount off the franchise fee; and offers additional discounts for hiring former members of the U.S. military or active-duty military spouses as associates. Dream Vacations has received many national accolades as a franchise opportunity for veterans. It’s military-friendly awards include a number one ranking the past three years in a row by Military Times in its “Best for Vets: Franchises” list, inclusion on G.I. Jobs annual “Hot Franchises for Veterans” the past six years and recognition by MSC Cruises in its first-ever Seaside Salute Award. Additional accolades include being named “Top 10 Military Friendly Franchise” by Forbes, “Top Veteran-Friendly Franchise” by Entrepreneur and U.S. Veterans magazines and inclusion on USA Today’s “50 Top Franchises for Military Veterans.” Military spouses and others who have a passion for travel and entrepreneurism who are interested in opening a Dream Vacations travel franchise, please visit http://www.DreamVacationsFranchise.com or call 888-249-8235. Dream Vacations A CruiseOne Company is part of World Travel Holdings, the world’s largest cruise agency and award-winning leisure travel company. As an experiential brand, Dream Vacations is the only travel franchise opportunity to have a name that speaks to the variety of vacation experiences its franchisees sell. With unrivaled buying power, franchisees can provide competitive prices and exclusive offers when selling memorable vacation experiences such as cruises, resort stays and land tours. For more information on Dream Vacations, visit DreamVacationsFranchise.com. Like Dream Vacations on Facebook at Facebook.com/DreamVacationsFranchise, and follow on Twitter at @Dream_Franchise.

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