Ease Your Mind And Indulge Your Dog!
The eleven delightful stories in this collection were first published in children's magazines. Shelby puts others first then worries that she will be left out. Marisol finds a way to help her aging grandmother. Tristan cares for his autistic brother when his mom needs a break. Michael offers more than a meal to a hungry family. These and other stories entertain while teaching Bible truths.
Police Education and Training in a Global Society provides an international survey of police officer education. Editors Peter C. Kratcoski and Dilip K. Das bring together police educators from every continent to explore the similarities and differences in preparing the police to meet their goals and accomplish their missions around the world. Represented are perspectives on training new recruits, in-service training, and advanced training. Several chapters focus on the specialized training such as that required to combat terrorism. Throughout, the need to concentrate on the development of technical skills and human relations is emphasized. The right combination of formal education and technical training is required if the police of the 21st century are to be effective. Police Education and Training in a Global Society is an ideal reference for police training professionals and those pursuing criminal justice and police training.