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Genesis 1:26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every
Bible reading 2Timothy; Eccl 10:5-7 There is a time to take the battle of life by force
A police officer can use force to overcome resistance and to defend him or herself. The evolution of the use of force in the United States, and in particular deadly force, has been influenced by at least three factors. The first factor is the law. Most famously, the United States Supreme Court in Tennessee V Garner introduced the dual concepts of Necessary and Reasonable. The second factor has been technological change. In the arena of deadly force, police officers have access to more powerful weapons and weapons with high-capacity magazines. Additionally, a number of less-than-lethal options have been introduced in the last three decades. Lastly, changes in the law and the introduction of new weapons systems have led to a revolution in police training. In many instances and in addition to basic marksmanship training given at a firing range, police officers in the 21st Century are also trained via real-life “shoot-don’t-shoot” exercises and simulators. All of these factors have led to greater public and administrative expectations of police officers when they are faced with use of force situations.
Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.) a international expert in police policy and practices will explore the various factors in the evolution of law enforcement’s use of deadly force.
Until you deal with negative effects of your past, you may not be able to enter into your future.
Gen 1:26Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over all the earth,b and over all the creatures that move along the ground.” Bible reading Psl82:6, Lam 5:1-8
Jeremy and Chris begin the weekly process of previewing all of the Mountain West and we are going alphabetical which means the Air Force Falcons are first up on our journey to the 2015 season.
To help us discuss expectations for the 2015 season we bring on our Air Force writer Duane Grasmick to give his take on what to expect from the Falcons who are bringing in a new quarterback to replace the outgoing Kale Pearson, but Nate Romine is no stranger as he has nine starts under his belt from the 2013 season.
The big question is what to expect from Air Force in the 2015 season after they broke out in 2014?
Have you ever gotten a bad vibe or energy when trying to make a decisison? And then took a step back to realize tat maybe that bad vibe was that you were sensing a feeling of "force" versus a healthier discipline? In this episode, we're talking about discipline. The difference between forcing yourself and using willpower overflow and how a sence of overflow provides a healthier & healthier sense of discipline than when people feel that they have to force themselves to do something that they just don't feel like doing. There's a big difference between our spritutal connection and being successful, versus just doing what needs to be done. Join me now to go deeper into "Flow Not Force".
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Wichita Force vs Texas Revolution
The Revolution are 3-2 on the season, looking to make a move in the CIF standings.
The Force can be considered one of the top teams in the CIF. Will the Revolution be able to prove they belong?
Come on in and find out.
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