Police CDE

Public Protest

Becca Barrus The right to assemble is acknowledged as a human right by the United Nations and is outlined in most democratic constitutions. People across the world have the right to gather together in public to express dissatisfaction with current events or to convey solidarity with their communities. But what happens when an assembly of

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A look at PPDS Chief Complaint selection when it comes to Protocol 110 Burglary (Break-and-Enter)/Home Invasion, Protocol 126 Robbery/Carjacking, and Protocol 130 Theft (Larceny).

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By Audrey Fraizer The evening of Oct. 6, 2005, the estranged husband of Lynetta Myrick grabbed the youngest of the couple’s three children from her mother’s arms, threatening to harm the girl before fleeing from their Cincinnati, Ohio, home by foot. A neighbor hearing Myrick’s scream called 911, providing an address, description of the suspect,

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