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Featured Blog Posts – June 2009 Archive (4)

American University Professor Penning Poetry On Prisons By Karen L. Bune

It might be hard to imagine that a university professor, who has studied prisons extensively and has even met with hardened criminals, could write something other than scholarly, theoretical manuscripts. However, Dr. Robert Johnson, a professor at American University, Washington D. C., in the Department of Justice, Law, and Society and a renowned expert in the field of corrections, has done just that. His poetry books, "Poetic Justice: Reflections on the Big House, the Death house, and the… Continue

Added by Karen L. Bune on June 27, 2009 at 1:30am — No Comments

H1N1 & First Responders

The World Health Organization has raised "swine flu" to a Stage-6 pandemic. Europe has confirmed its first death, and closer to home, 36 students and their seven chaperones from a San Diego-area high school remain quarantined in China after some tested positive for the virus. It's not gone away, even if we've heard less about it recently.

How this affects first responders is a complex question, especially as the story develops and the question evolves. In conjunction with our sister… Continue

Added by Crawford Coates on June 16, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Vested For Life

As some of you may know, when I write it almost always is about emergency vehicle operations. I have been honored and privileged to have been given opportunities across the world to both speak in person and to write about this important subject but recently I have become involved in a project that is far more important for me.

I am shocked at what I have discovered and I think you will be to. What is it you ask?

There are police officers in America that are not given… Continue

Added by Travis Yates on June 11, 2009 at 11:00pm — 2 Comments

Emergency Driving - The Law May Not Be on Your Side

According to reports today, New Jersey State Trooper Robert Higbee has been found not guilty of death by auto for a September 2006 crash that killed two teenage sisters.

Trooper Higbee ran a stop sign while pursuing a speeder with his lights and siren off, and killed Jacqueline and Christina Becker.

After 14 hours of deliberation, the jury returned the not guilty verdict and ultimately siding with Trooper Higbee that this was a tragic accident.

Is it just me or… Continue

Added by Travis Yates on June 10, 2009 at 12:00am — 7 Comments

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