Once a convict escapes from jail, everyone is in danger because there is no telling what lengths this person will go to stay free. If this suspect is not apprehended in the first 24 hours, the chances of getting him back in jail decreases dramatically. I am on the force and we are responsible for rounding up escaped convicts quickly. Once the 48 hour deadline passes and we still do not have our suspect, we switch our approach and widen the search area.
During these investigations, I have to rely on a number of resources to try and get the suspect into custody. Most of the time, if I put out a big enough reward for information, those close to the suspect will come forward. If this does not work, we can monitor the communications between this suspect and his family or close network of friends. This can be a real challenge because the suspect knows he is hot right now and will usually lay low for a few weeks.
If the suspect is working alone, the public is in great danger because he needs to have food, money, and transportation, and he will do whatever it takes to get those items quickly. During our last chase, a fellow officer told me about Securus Technologies and how their communication and software has been effective and bringing certain suspects into custody.
The team trained me on the LBS software, and we put it to use right away. It was using the software that we discovered the suspect was not only talking with a family member, he was staying right under our noses. We set a trap and the suspect walked right into it, allowing us to take him to custody and off the streets where he put all our lives at risk.
High School. It’s difficult enough. The classes have gotten harder, you feel like you’re not getting smarter, the pressure of your future is looming over you, and weird stuff is happening with your body. It can be stressful. It doesn’t help that a guy like Sakamato is being so cool. Or zombies are attacking the windows. Or that your entire school is filled with powerful martial artists ready to fight at a moment’s notice. Ok, so high school anime might be a little different than your experience.
Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto follows the journey of Sakamato imparting his perfections on his fellow students with unparalleled grace. The story follows him as he goes about completing normal high school tasks with style and elegance leaving his fellow students in awe. The best part, Sakamato is completely oblivious to all of it.
High School of The Dead is a wonderfully zombie anime experience. Ripe with plenty of fan-service, the story follows six high school survivors who attempt to shoot, slice, and smash their way to survival. Also one of the best horror anime I’ve ever seen.
Tenjo Tenge follows the ascent of Souichiro Nagi and Bob Makihara as they attempt to take control of Toudou Academy. Unbeknownest to them, the school is filled with powerful fighters who soon humble their attempts.
So in comparison, how bad was your high school experience really?
Social Security is a topic many financial advisors neglect to address to their clients. Why is this? David Giertz, from Nationwide Financial, talked with the Wall Street Journal about the complexity of the issue. There are over 200 rules and regulations that Social Security has, says Giertz, which makes it an aspect of finance that many advisors do not feel confident about. To optimize retirement income, social security should be at the forefront, because if taken too early a client could lose up to $300,000 in their savings on Twitter. David Giertz tells financial advisors that they had better study up on social security so their clients don’t leave them and they lose valuable assets.
David Giertz is a broker from Dublin, Ohio that has over 30 years’ experience in the business and has passed 4 exams, making him up to date on current regulations. Giertz is registered with FINRA as a broker. He is the senior vice president of Financial Distribution and Sales at Nationwide Financial and has been since 2013.
He has spoken with many publications about the importance of having a deep knowledge of social security for the benefit of clients on CNBC.com. There are many mistakes that a retiring client can make involving their investments and their money, and it shocked Giertz to learn that very few financial advisors have the wherewithal to communication effectively with clients about the importance of social security. Since having a lack of knowledge in this area can cause many clients to leave, David Giertz has attempted to advise financial counselors and institutions about the importance of making social security a priority. And in this current economy, good advice from financial advisors is key so that you have the financial security you need to weather any storm.