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Law Enforcement Officer

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first_imgNORMAL WORK SCHEDULETotal Hours biweekly: 80, Employee works 12-hour shifts. Twentyhours are in the first week of the pay period and 60 hours areworked in the second. Shift assignment in accordance with PBAcontract. Overtime required-amount determined by department’sworkload. This position will be to on-call status. Job Description: Minimum Requirements: Advertised Salary: Previous law enforcement experienceConsiderable knowledge of controlling laws, ordinances anddepartmental rules and regulationsConsiderable knowledge of the rules and methods of preservingevidenceConsiderable knowledge of the geography of UF and adjoiningareaConsiderable knowledge of the practices and techniques oftraffic control and criminal investigationsKnowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of modelpolice workSome knowledge of first aid methods Must possess at least an Associate’s degree and meet FloridaStatutory and Administrative Code requirements. Must meet therequirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statute. Previous lawenforcement experience preferred.Valid Florida driver’s license. Law Enforcement Officer Special Instructions to Applicants:center_img Patrol (foot, bicycle, and vehicle) assigned area(s) to providepersonal safety of university community populace, and provideprotection and security for university facilities; maintain orderlyflow of traffic, investigate accidents, respond to complaints,disturbances, and law investigations make arrests andapprehensions, issue parking and moving citations, assist other lawenforcement agencies, fire department and emergency medicaltechnicians.Take initial police reports; conduct preliminaryinvestigations, including security of crime scene, collection andpreservation of evidence, maintaining the chain of custody ofevidence.Crowd control during all types of catastrophes, which mayaffect the university community; crowd, traffic and securitycontrol during athletic and other special events (The percentage oftime spent in this area will increase/decrease dependent uponuniversity needs). Sometimes a great deal of overtime is requiredto meet the need.Provide armed escort for university monies.Attends training classes.Appearance and testimony in judicial proceedings.Special tactical assignments including surveillance andintelligence gathering as determined by crime trends and/or asdirected by university officials.Miscellaneous duties.Provide escort for ill or injured students not requiringambulance transport to and from medical facilities.This position is designated as an Essential Employee. Essentialemployees provide vital support to the UF and are subject to recallto work when deemed necessary by the Chief of Police/designee.Recall to work typically happens due to an emergency, disaster orspecial event that may coincide with the official suspension ofclasses and/or closing of offices. Classification Title: Preferred Qualifications: Starting Salary $20.58 per hour In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter andresume.In order to be considered, you must be State of Floridacertified.This posting will be used to fill multiple positions.This position has been reposted. Previous applicants are stillunder consideration and need not reapply.This position is eligible for veteran’s preference. If you areclaiming veteran’s preference, please upload a copy of your DD 214Member Copy 4 with your application for consideration. See ourVeteran’sPreference Page for more specific information. Health Assessment Required:Yeslast_img read more

Home Office withdraws Campsfield expansion plan

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first_imgCampsfield House Immigration Removal Centre in Kidlington will not be expanded, the Home Office revealed today, after months of protest and an independent review.Campaigners had feared that the centre, currently able to hold 216 detainees, would be doubled in size.However, in a letter sent to Oxford West and Abingdon MP Nicola Blackwood, James Brokenshire MP said,”The Home Secretary has asked officials to initiate a detailed piece of work on future requirements, to take account of recent and potential future legislative changes.“In light of this, the Home Secretary has decided to withdraw the planning application for the proposed expansion of Campsfield House.”Commenting on the expansion, Blackwood declared, “Finally, common sense prevails. I am delighted that the Home Secretary is withdrawing the planning application.“These plans would have made Campsfield one of the largest detention centres in Europe and it was clear to me that the case set out by the Home Office did not justify building on Green Belt land.“And of course there were serious problems with the design of the building and how it would work in practice.”The news comes three weeks after Cherwell District Council postponed a decision on  the expansion, after a letter written on behalf of campaigners raised legal issues concerning insufficient consideration of evidence.  The letter was written by a team of solicitors on behalf of the Stop Campsfield Expansion group.Bill MacKeith, spokesperson for the Campaign to Close Campsfiel, declared, “This is a great victory. But the new government in May must implement the recommendations of the parliamentary Inquiry into Immigration Detention: a 28-day time limit to detention and full judicial oversight of individual decisions to detain.“This would be a further step forward and entail some closures of detention centres. Above all, this is a chance to point to the need for the end of the barbaric imprisonment every year of 30,000 innocent people under 1971 Immigration Act powers. Close Campsfield. Close all immigration detention centres.”In November, a letter from Oxford academics arguing against the expansion was sent to the Prime Minister. In response, the Home Office insisted that a larger Campsfield “would provide modern accommodation and facilities for detainees”, and that “detention and removal are essential and effective parts of immigration control.”The government’s current policy on Immigration Detention has been heavily scrutinised in the run up to the election after Channel 4’s recent investigation into the abuse of detainees at Yarl’s Wood IRC, while Cherwell also uncovered claims of poor living conditions and self-harm by Campsfield detainees.last_img read more

Toffees edge past Fulham

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first_imgEverton’s bid for European football received a timely boost thanks to a 1-0 win over a submissive Fulham side and rivals Tottenham being held to a draw at Wigan. Steven Pienaar scored the only goal early in a first half notable only for the lack of effort put in by the visitors, who with mid-table safety assured rarely looked interested. The match struggled to rise above mediocrity for long periods but that will not have bothered Toffees boss David Moyes who, after last week’s loss at Sunderland, will be urging on his squad for one final push. Everton began the day six points off fourth-placed Chelsea and although they closed that to three the Stamford Bridge side have a match in hand. Significantly, however, fifth-placed Spurs drew at Wigan meaning their cushion over the Merseysiders is now only three points. Marouane Fellaini’s early header was saved by goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer before they took a 16th-minute lead, having assumed control of the game without so much as a word of objection from the visitors. The Toffees had enjoyed plenty of penetration down the right and it was no surprise when Kevin Mirallas and Leon Osman combined to play in Seamus Coleman close to the byline for him to cut the ball back to the penalty spot where Pienaar ran in unchallenged to side-foot home. Victor Anichebe then looped a long-range header wide. Fellaini had Everton’s two best chances before half-time, curling one effort wide after neat interplay by Pienaar and Nikica Jelavic, before team-mate Anichebe blocked his goalbound effort. Fulham’s first chance came just before the break when Kieran Richardson’s cross rolled just out of the reach of early substitute Mladen Petric at the far post. They improved in the second half, although it would have been a surprise if they had not, but Urby Emanuelson should have hit the target from Alex Kacaniklic’s cross 10 minutes after the interval. Mirallas’ tumble in the area had the Belgium international appealing for a penalty but despite contact from Stanislav Manolev the Everton forward was already falling over. The Belgian’s next intervention was brilliant, however, flicking it over Manolev before hitting a volley which Schwarzer palmed away. Anichebe then looped a header just wide of the far post as Everton finally regained the dominance they had enjoyed in the first half. Fellaini would have wrapped up victory five minutes from time but somehow bundled over Leighton Baines’ cross from close range while substitute Ross Barkley forced a good save from Schwarzer when put clean through in added time. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Fresh Flowers in Your Home Can Reduce Anxiety and Pain

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first_imgNew research shows that fresh flowers can alleviate anxiety and can have positive effects on patients healing from surgery. Apartment Therapy recently brought up a 2008 study done by the American Society for Horticulture Science.Researchers studied 90 patients recovering from appendectomies. The patients were randomly split into rooms either with plants or without plants and the patients’ physical and psychological responses were measured. What they found was those who had flowers and plants in their rooms had lower systolic blood pressure and heart rate, lower ratings of anxiety, pain and fatigue, and overall positive emotions.last_img read more

Essequibo skittled for 145, Select U-17 on 77-3 in reply

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first_img… Hand-in-Hand U-19 3-Day Inter-CountyDESPITE a late start on day two of their third round Hand-in-Hand U-19 3-Day Inter-County encounter at Everest Cricket Club ground, the Select U-17s turned in an impressive all-round bowling effort to skittle out Essequibo for 145 just before the lunch interval.In response, at stumps the U-17s were on 77-3 trailing by 68 runs with a couple of batsmen getting starts but failing to carry on.After Wednesday’s heavy rainfall washed out most of day one, play started yesterday at 12:40hrs. However, all of the Select U-17 bowlers chipped in and eventually bowled out the Essequibians for just 145 off 53.1 overs.Only opener Orlando Jailall (30), Ameer Singh (29) and Azim Mohamed with 24 managed any innings of substance.The pick of the bowlers for the Select U-17 was once again off-spinner Chandrapaul Ramraj, who bagged an astonishing 3 for 6 from his 10 overs which included six maidens. He received support from Mervan Prashad who took 2 wickets without conceding a run from his 1.1 overs.When U-17 took strike, opener Rampertaub Ramnauth was run-out for just one. However, Matthew Nandu and Zeynul Ramsammy built a partnership of 42 before Nandu also fell victim to a run-out, for 24, which included two boundaries and a maximum.Ramsammy was next to walk back to the pavilion trapped lbw by spinner Lance Roberts for 28 (4×1). At the close Mavindra Dindyal was unbeaten on 21 with Andre Seepersaud not out on one.Play resumes today at 09:30hrs.last_img read more

2019 Stanley Cup Final schedule: Full Bruins vs. Blues dates, times, TV channels, live stream

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first_imgIt’s a rematch 49 years in the making. The Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues are set to square off in the 2019 Stanley Cup Final — a matchup we last saw in 1970 when the Bruins swept the Blues; luckily for St. Louis, this time around they won’t face Bobby Orr.Instead, it’ll be a matchup of the Bruins’ Perfection Line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak against rookie sensation Jordan Binnington in net for the Blues. A Calder Trophy finalist, Binnington led the way for St. Louis from the moment he started his first game back on Jan. 7, and carried the team through the first three rounds. St. Louis defeated Winnipeg Jets (six games), Dallas Stars (seven) and San Jose Sharks (six) on the way to the franchise’s fourth Stanley Cup Final. NHL Stanley Cup Final 2019: TV channel, live streamTV: NBC, NBCSN, SN, CNBC, TVAStream: NBC Sports Live | fuboTV (free trial)Live scores: SN ScoreboardThe 2019 NHL playoffs will be broadcast across NBC’s family of networks in the United States. Five games will be on NBC while Games 2 and 3 will be on NBCSN. In Canada, all games will be on Sportsnet, CBC and TVA (French).The primary outlet for live-streaming 2019 NHL playoff games is NBC Sports Live, available on desktop and by downloading the mobile app. You can also stream games live by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.Mike Emrick, Mike Milbury and Pierre McGuire are NBC’s lead broadcast team for the NHL playoffs.NHL Stanley Cup Final 2019 schedule, series resultsBoston Bruins vs. St. Louis BluesDateMatchupTime (TV channel)May 27Bruins 4, Blues 2BOS leads series 1-0May 29Blues 3, Bruins 2 (OT)Series tied 1-1June 1Bruins 7, Blues 2BOS leads series 2-1June 3Blues 4, Bruins 2Series tied 2-2June 6Blues 2, Bruins 1STL leads series 3-2June 9Bruins 5, Blues 1Series tied 3-3June 12Blues 4, Bruins 1STL wins series 4-3NHL playoffs 2019: Schedule, results for each seriesWestern Conference finalsSan Jose Sharks vs. St. Louis BluesDateMatchupTime (TV channel)May 11Sharks 6, Blues 3SJS leads series 1-0May 13Blues 4, Sharks 2Series tied 1-1May 15Sharks 5, Blues 4 (OT)SJS leads series 2-1May 17Blues 2, Sharks 1Series tied 2-2May 19Blues 5, Sharks 0STL leads series 3-2May 21Blues 5, Sharks 1STL wins series 4-2Eastern Conference finalsBoston Bruins vs. Carolina HurricanesDateMatchupTime (TV channel)May 9Bruins 5, Hurricanes 2BOS leads series 1-0May 12Bruins 6, Hurricanes 2BOS leads series 2-0May 14Bruins 2, Hurricanes 1BOS leads series 3-0May 16Bruins 4, Hurricanes 0BOS wins series 4-0Round 2Eastern ConferenceBoston Bruins (A2) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (WC2)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 25Bruins 3, Blue Jackets 2BOS leads series 1-0April 27Blue Jackets 3, Bruins 2 (2OT)Series tied 1-1April 30Blue Jackets 2, Bruins 1CBJ leads series 2-1May 2Bruins 4, Blue Jackets 1Series tied 2-2May 4Bruins 4, Blue Jackets 3BOS leads series 3-2May 6Bruins 3, Blue Jackets 0BOS wins series 4-2New York Islanders (M2) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (WC1)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 26Hurricanes 1, Islanders 0 (OT)CAR leads series 1-0April 28Hurricanes 2, Islanders 1CAR leads series 2-0May 1Hurricanes 5, Islanders 2CAR leads series 3-0May 3Hurricanes 5, Islanders 2CAR wins series 4-0Western ConferenceSan Jose Sharks (P2) vs. Colorado Avalanche (WC2)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 26Sharks 5, Avalanche 2SJS leads series 1-0April 28Avalanche 4, Sharks 3Series tied 1-1April 30Sharks 4, Avalanche 2SJS leads series 2-1May 2Avalanche 3, Sharks 0Series tied 2-2May 4Sharks 2, Avalanche 1SJS leads series 3-2May 6Avalanche 4, Sharks 3Series tied 3-3May 8Sharks 3, Avalanche 2SJS wins series 4-3*If necessarySt. Louis Blues (C3) vs. Dallas Stars (WC1)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 25Blues 3, Stars 2STL leads series 1-0April 27Stars 4, Blues 2Series tied 1-1April 29Blues 4, Stars 3STL leads series 2-1May 1Stars 4, Blues 2Series tied 2-2May 3Stars 2, Blues 1DAL leads series 3-2May 5Blues 4, Stars 1Series tied 3-3May 7Blues 2, Stars 1 (2OT)STL wins series 4-3Round 1Eastern ConferenceTampa Bay Lightning (A1) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (WC2)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 10Blue Jackets 4, Lightning 3CBJ leads series 1-0April 12Blue Jackets 5, Lightning 1CBJ leads series 2-0April 14Blue Jackets 3, Lightning 1CBJ leads series 3-0April 16Blue Jackets 7, Lightning 3CBJ wins series 4-0Boston Bruins (A2) vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (A3)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 11Maple Leafs 4, Bruins 1TOR leads series 1-0April 13Bruins 4, Maple Leafs 1Series tied 1-1April 15Maple Leafs 3, Bruins 2TOR leads series 2-1April 17Bruins 6, Maple Leafs 4Series tied 2-2April 19Maple Leafs 2, Bruins 1TOR leads series 3-2April 21Bruins 4, Maple Leafs 2Series 3-3April 23Bruins 5, Maple Leafs 1BOS wins series 4-3(*if necessary)Washington Capitals (M1) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (WC1)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 11Capitals 4, Hurricanes 2WSH leads series 1-0April 13Capitals 4, Hurricanes 3 (OT)WSH leads series 2-0April 15Hurricanes 5, Capitals 0WSH leads series 2-1April 18Hurricanes 2, Capitals 1Series tied 2-2April 20Capitals 6, Hurricanes 0WSH leads series 3-2April 22Hurricanes 5, Capitals 2Series tied 3-3April 24Hurricanes 4, Capitals 3 (2OT)CAR wins series 4-3(*if necessary)New York Islanders (M2) vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (M3)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 10Islanders 4, Penguins 3 (OT)NYI leads series 1-0April 12Islanders 3, Penguins 1NYI leads series 2-0April 14Islanders 4, Penguins 1NYI leads series 3-0April 16Islanders 3, Penguins 1NYI wins series 4-0Western ConferenceCalgary Flames (P1) vs. Colorado Avalanche (WC2)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 11Flames 4, Avalanche 0CGY leads series 1-0April 13Avalanche 3, Flames 2 (OT)Series tied 1-1April 15Avalanche 6, Flames 2COL leads series 2-1April 17Avalanche 3, Flames 2 (OT)COL leads series 3-1April 19Avalanche 5, Flames 1COL wins series 4-1(*if necessary)San Jose Sharks (P2) vs. Vegas Golden Knights (P3)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 10Sharks 5, Golden Knights 2SJS leads series 1-0April 12Golden Knights 5, Sharks 3Series tied 1-1April 14Golden Knights 6, Sharks 3VGK leads series 2-1April 16Golden Knights 5, Sharks 0VGK leads series 3-1April 18Sharks 5, Golden Knights 2VGK leads series 3-2April 21Sharks 2, Golden Knights 1Series tied 3-3April 23Sharks 5, Golden Knights 4 (OT)SJS wins series 4-3(*if necessary) SN illustration https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/f1/fe/nhl-playoff-bracket-052219-ftr_qeq4b53gsfx51u0s6d0cjfukk.jpg?t=-534397806&w=500&quality=80 MORE: Watch the Stanley Cup Final live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Boston, coming off a sweep of the Carolina Hurricanes, handed the Toronto Maple Leafs (seven games) and Columbus Blue Jackets (six games) their walking papers in the first two rounds. The final is nothing new for this team who advanced in 2013 and won the Cup in 2011. Five players — Zdeno Chara, Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, Tuukka Rask and David Krejci — are holdovers from that squad.Now the table is set for what is expected to be an exciting end to the 2018-19 NHL season. Will we have a first-ever Stanley Cup champion in the St. Louis Blues? Or will the Boston Bruins win the franchise’s seventh Stanley Cup, and second this decade?Below you’ll find everything to know about watching the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Final, including the full TV schedule and how to live stream every game.MORE: The Blues are in the Stanley Cup Final and we’re just as surprised as you Nashville Predators (C1) vs. Dallas Stars (WC1)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 10Stars 3, Predators 2DAL leads series 1-0April 13Predators 2, Stars 1 (OT)Series tied 1-1April 15Predators 3, Stars 2NSH leads series 2-1April 17Stars 5, Predators 1Series tied 2-2April 20Stars 5, Predators 3DAL leads series 3-2April 22Stars 2, Predators 1DAL wins series 4-2(*if necessary)Winnipeg Jets (C2) vs. St. Louis Blues (C3)DateMatchupTime (TV channel)April 10Blues 2, Jets 1STL leads series 1-0April 12Blues 4, Jets 3STL leads series 2-0April 14Jets 6, Blues 3STL leads series 2-1April 16Jets 2, Blues 1 (OT)Series tied 2-2April 18Blues 3, Jets 2STL leads series 3-2April 20Blues 3, Jets 2STL wins series 4-2last_img read more

Join the Healthy Homes Volunteer Program Starting Sept. 15

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first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Thurston County Public Health and Social Services 10-week course full of tips and tricks will make you a healthy homes expert.Have you ever wanted to learn more about how to rid your home of hidden toxins, mold, and other health and safety risks? Join the county’s Healthy Homes volunteer program this fall to learn how to make your home and your community safer and healthier for all.The Healthy Homes volunteer training covers the many ways our homes can affect our health, and teaches you how to reduce the health risks that are common in our homes. Topics include mold and moisture, ventilation, indoor air quality, exposure to toxins, lead, asthma triggers, pest control, general safety hazards and much more. The training also includes field trips and opportunities to put what you’re learning into practice.“The training was absolutely worth attending,” said Healthy Homes volunteer Youssoufa Hassana, who attended the last volunteer training. “The information is so useful and practical that I use it in my daily life. It was a lot of fun and I am enjoying volunteering for such a valuable program.”No prior experience or knowledge is needed to become a Healthy Homes volunteer—the free training course will teach you what you need to know. The training is geared toward individuals who enjoy working with others to improve their own health and the health of their community. You’ll learn from a range of expert speakers and get hands-on practice that will prepare you to do in-home visits. Every Healthy Homes volunteer also receives ongoing support with additional training, educational resources, checklists, referrals, and call-in support.The next 10-week training course starts Tuesday, September 15. Classes are held from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. each Tuesday through November 17. Healthy Homes trainees also complete at least 30 hours of volunteer service to the Healthy Homes Program as their schedule allows. In pairs, Healthy Homes volunteers visit houses, rental units, and childcare centers and provide guidance and suggestions for low or no cost actions to reduce housing-related health risks. Volunteers can also staff booths at community events, give presentations to civic groups, work on special projects, and write articles for community newsletters, along with other volunteer outreach activities. Opportunities to volunteer vary in time of day and day of the week so that volunteers can fit participating in the program into their schedules.Classes are held at the Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department at 412 Lilly Road NE in Olympia, across from St. Peter’s Hospital. Intercity Transit bus routes 60, 62A, and 62B serve the area. To register for the Fall 2015 Healthy Homes training or to learn more about the Healthy Homes program, contact coordinator, Elisa Kaufmann at [email protected] or call (360) 867-2674 or the TDD line at (360) 867-2603. You can also contact staff at the Healthy Homes program to request a visit at your home or childcare location.last_img read more

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