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Extractions: no longer being maintained Point and click your way to an exciting, rewarding career. Browse job listings. Post resumes. Compare salaries. Fill out prescreening questionnaires. Take practice exams. You can do about anything online today except send your hologram to work. USEFUL TOOLS: Salary Calculator Geographic Locator TOP EMPLOYMENT WEB SITES: ChiliJobs.com STARTING POINTS FOR BEGINNERS: See my List of Job Titles if you are unfamiliar with CJ terminology and want a peek at average starting salaries. There are some unusual job titles in the CJ field. Also, be sure to make note of the Occupational Outlook Page for sample job descriptions, working conditions, and salary info. See my How to Get a Job in CJ which walks you through a full-length application, interview, selection, training, and promotion process of a civil service-type job. For law enforcement careers, you might also want to familiarize yourself with the Reciprocity Handbook which contains POST Standards for NC and Other States.
Extractions: July 20, 2005 GOVERNOR JOINS AMERICA'S MOST WANTED HOST JOHN WALSH TO LAUNCH NEW YORK STATE'S 100 MOST WANTED FUGITIVES CAMPAIGN Governor, Walsh On Statewide Crime Fighting Tour; Launch PSA; Visit Operation SAFE CHILD ID Site at Allegany County Fair Governor George E. Pataki today joined "America's Most Wanted" host John Walsh to launch an advertising campaign for New York State's 100 Most Wanted Program, which targets the 100 most dangerous fugitives in the State. The campaign was launched while the Governor and John Walsh toured the Operation SAFE CHILD ID Site at the Allegany County Fair. Click here for large scale picture Created to bring the most dangerous fugitives in New York State to justice, Project SAF-T (Statewide Anti-Fugitive Teams) and the 100 Most Wanted Program were designed to coordinate the resources of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies currently working to locate and apprehend dangerous felons. Thanks to the assistance of the New York State Broadcasters Association, public service announcements featuring 100 Most Wanted fugitives will begin to be aired in markets throughout New York State beginning next week. "Government's greatest responsibility is to keep its citizens safe," Governor Pataki said. "And for more than six months, the 100 Most Wanted Program has been empowering New Yorkers to be proactive in keeping dangerous criminals off the street. Thanks to the eyes and ears of New Yorkers, and hard-working law enforcement officials, New York is the safest large State in the nation, and we have been returning these dangerous fugitives back where they belong - behind bars."
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Extractions: Click the FresnoStateNews logo to return to the home page University Communications - 5241 N. Maple - Fresno, CA 93740-8027 - 559.278.2795 Featured: Faculty Who Energize Fresno State Save Mart Center Search Maps: Heading to a campus event? Use our online maps Prowling the World Wide Web can be arduous at best. It's always a joy when you find a site that really works. Fresno State boasts some of the best web sites around, and we here at FresnoStateNews.com like to recognize our outstanding sites. Some sites are selected because of their cutting-edge design. Others are chosen because they provide solid content. Others are just flat-out fun. Sometimes you're really lucky and get all three qualities. Here are among the best at Fresno State, with a canine "Paw of Approval" from Timeout , our mascot. Editor Proud your Web site is one of the best? Show your pride! Click here Mentor Dogs If you haven't already discovered CSU Mentor , you haven't found one of the most powerful resources for CSU students on the Web. There's great info about financial aid, planning for college and online applications. Go to site...
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Extractions: Blue Skies are a State of Mind 26 September, 2005 - Grr. I've been in an antisocial funk for the last few days. After only a month of owning it, someone has broken into my truck, in my own parking lot while I slept peacefully upstairs. The real kick in the teeth was that the truck was due for an alarm to be installed that morning. As if that wasn't enough, the thieves were too stupid to figure out how to open the door after ripping half of the handle off, so they resorted to throwing a rock through the extended cab windowto gain entrance. Part of me is kicking myself for not installing the alarm sooner, and the other half is regretting every purchasing the damn thing. Driving home the other day, I realized that driving a vehicle with an alarm system is akin to living in a house with bars on the windows, and in my mind at least, it has changed the relationship between me and my environment. I hate it.
Social Studies There are many links for each country to web sites for history, government, and news. Class Brain State Reports You will find most or maybe all of the http://www.sldirectory.com/studf/geography.html
Extractions: Web Sites for Students Go Back: Virtual Middle School Library Home Web Sites for Students Menu Social Studies Menu / Geography Countries and Regions The CIA World Factbook - Lots of information on countries of the world. Good for reports. Geography IQ - Maps and facts about countries of the world. Good site for information for reports. One World - Nations Online - Information about continents and countries. There are many links for each country to web sites for history, government, and news. Portals to the World - For each country of the world, there are links to web sites on topics like culture, resources, government, and travel and tourism. This site is provided by the Library of Congress. Climate Zone - If you need to find information about the climate in a country, this is a good place to go. The climate is described in terms that you can understand. There is also temperature, rainfall and snow fall information for cities in each country. National Geographic - Printable maps and country facts. There are also geography games. Pictures of Places - Links to pictures of places in the United States and around the world.
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Extractions: GENERAL HOT LINK PAGES AND CATAGORIES LINK LIST BY SUBJECT: NOW 21 CATAGORIES New Sites Just Added Other Investigative Databases People Finder Searches State Agency Database Searches ... Ralph Thomas Hand Selected Personal Picks Database Searches Free Searches On The Internet And Other Useful Investigative Links
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Extractions: The Homepage Events past and present in U.S. Congress, House and Senate activity, bills, votes and links to executive, judicial, state and local governments and the Library of Congress. Terrorism: see the official United States government anti-terrorism website where rewards are given for the apprehension of terrorists. Visit NASA the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or view the NASA Planetary Photojournal. Over 1,500 images from various solar system exploration programs. Select photos by planets or by space missions. Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 For trip planning and tourist information, go to the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau where you can have a free, full-color 122 page trip planner mailed to you. To see maps and get general information about any country, read the CIA Factbook, courtesy the U. S. Central Intelligence Agency. View photographs from the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) from 1994 to the present. Visit the official Aspen and Snowmass website - winter wonderland with world-class winter sports, summer cultural center, springtime in the Rocky Mountains and Colorful Colorado's glory in the autumn!
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Extractions: By Pat Dye WEB SITES FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS Newsweek ( www.newsweek.msnbc.com The Newsweek school site ( http://school.newsweek.com See Activity 1 Project Vote Smart ( www.vote-smart.org National Constitution Center www.constitutioncenter.org Some highlights of this site: Using the content listing of the U.S. print version of Newsweek on the Web site (www.newsweek.msnbc.com), record the titles of articles in the current Newsweek National Affairs and International sections. How many titles are there? How many of them are related to each other? How many news articles might be connected to constitutional issues? Explain. Which countries are covered in these news stories?
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Extractions: This website presents federally approved information on HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention guidelines, a comprehensive database of HIV/AIDS clinical trials, vaccines, and information about approved and experimental HIV/AIDS drugs. The site's Education and Resource Center is a virtual one-stop shop offering links and downloadable resources specially designed for patients and the general public, researchers, health care providers, and students. The Body: An AIDS and HIV Information Resource HIVDENT disseminates state-of-the-art treatment information and shares expertise in advocacy, development, training, integration, and evaluation of oral health services for the HIV-infected population. Biochechemistry Highlights of Biochemistry: Molecular Structures Made Visible [Chime] (University of Hamburg) Bioterrorism The Anthrax Genome Spills its Deadly Secrets Biosecurity and Bioterrorism CDC Public Health Preparedness and Response Dark Winter: A Bioterrorism Exercise [.pdf]
Extractions: ISTANBUL, Turkey - Top U.S. and Turkish officials on Tuesday condemned comments made last week by Rep. Tom Tancredo that the United States could "take out" Islamic holy sites if there were a nuclear attack on the United States by Muslim fundamentalists. The Colorado Republican refused to apologize Tuesday, telling The Associated Press that his comments had been taken out of context. U.S. State Department spokesman Adam Ereli called the statements Tancredo made Friday "insulting and offensive." He said Americans "respect the dignity and sanctity of other religions." Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul labeled them irresponsible.
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Extractions: It is a violation of both law and professional ethics to give legal advice to someone who resides in a state where the attorney is not licensed to practice. Furthermore, giving legal advice (even gratuitously) can expose an attorney to charges of malpractice. For these reasons, most attorneys discourage questions from residents of other states, unless the out-of-state resident is seeking legal representation in the attorney's state. Directories of Attorneys West, the largest publisher of court opinions and legal treatises in the USA, maintains the West Legal Directory . There are two ways to search this directory: "search by location", This is the normal way to search when you seek an attorney to solve a problem. "search by name", the way to find credentials of an attorney whose name you found in another source (e.g., telephone book