The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office will host a Law Enforcement Explorer open house and Recruitment Night on Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 at 6 p.m. The event will take place at the Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center located at 1901 Lynch Road. The program is open to young men and women ages 16-20 as well as their families.Law Enforcement Exploring provides educational training programs for young adults on the purposes, mission and objectives of law enforcement. The program provides career orientation experiences, leadership opportunities and community service activities.Sheriff Dave Wedding explained, “Law Enforcement Exploring is a great way for students to develop leadership skills and improve self-confidence.” Sheriff Wedding added, “Through fun and exciting ‘hands-on’ career related activities and community service opportunities, students will gain valuable experience that will help prepare them for a career in law enforcement.”The primary goals of the program are to help young adults choose a career path within law enforcement and to challenge them to become responsible citizens within their communities. During the open house, potential post members will have the opportunity to observe just a sample of what they will see and experience throughout their experience with the law enforcement explorer post program. They will also have an opportunity to meet and speak with current Explorers.The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 82 is open to young men and women ages 16 through 20 years old that are enrolled in High School or College with an interest in learning more about careers in the field of law enforcement. Explorer Post 82 is entering its fifth year in Vanderburgh County. Last year, over 20 youth from local high schools and universities participated in the Explorer Post. During the year, Explorers participated in classroom and hands-on-training with full time law enforcement and emergency services personnel. Training included: first aid, handcuffing and arrest techniques, firearms, emergency vehicle operations, criminal investigations, and community emergency response.Along with the class room and hands on training, Explorers interacted with children at the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office Tent at the Vanderburgh County 4H Fair, the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival, and staffing positions during Field Sobriety Check Points. Explorers have also participated in several “Ride-A-Long” opportunities.Agencies from federal, state and local levels coordinate the Law Enforcement Exploring programs throughout the United States. The majority of the community programs are managed by local police departments, including sheriffs, chiefs of police and state police.Nationally, over 33,000 explorers participate in Law Enforcement Exploring. The program highlights include: the National Law Enforcement Exploring Leadership Academies, motor patrol ride-alongs, career achievement awards, National Law Enforcement Exploring Conferences and scholarship opportunities.Law Enforcement Career Exploring posts typically meet on a monthly basis during the school year. Most programs parallel the high school calendar and begin in the fall. There are a number of programs that start at other times during the year to meet the needs of the host organization and participants. Programs are flexible enough to fit in with other activities.For more information contact Deputy Erik Nilssen at (812) 421-6201 or email him [email protected] You may also follow the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Explorer Post on Twitter @LEPost82 or on face book at VCSO Explorer Post 82. For more information on Explorer Posts visit www.learningforlife.org/exploring.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
The partnership enables Carwiz to directly connect with tourists from South Korea coming to Croatia using Dangbo Air Service, while the South Korean partner got a quality and reliable partner in Croatia, as well as throughout the entire Carwiz franchise network that grows from month to month. To date, Carwiz has successfully placed its franchise network on the markets of Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latvia, Cyprus, Morocco, Turkey, Serbia, Albania and St. Petersburg. Matreen from the Caribbean. Thanks to modern design, brand positioning, marketing strategy and high quality service, we have established ourselves as leaders in innovative trends in the car rental industry. In this way, we recognized an interesting market and achieved business cooperation, he points out Krešimir Dobrilović, founder and director of CARWIZ rent a car, and adds: “Entering the Republic of Korea market is a step based on analysis and figures, so we are glad that the partners reluctantly accepted our proposal. It is important to point out that the market is changing, as well as the habits of South Korean tourists who in recent years, from tourists who exclusively use organized round trips, increasingly began to travel for sightseeing in their own arrangement.” CARWIZ BECAME A CROATIAN TOURIST EXPORT PRODUCT! THROUGH THE FRANCHISE MODEL IT IS EXPANDING TO THE GLOBAL MARKET Related news: By signing a partnership with Dangbo Air Services, one of the largest and most professional groundhandling providers in South Korea, we became the first Croatian car rental company to follow the trends in recognizing the value of the Asian market in global tourism development, says Krešimir Dobrilović, founder and director of CARWIZ rent a cara. The research of the Croatian National Tourist Board for 2018 indicates that it was over in Croatia 500 Korean tourists, and it is predicted that in 2019 Croatia will maintain the positive trend of growth of arrivals and overnight stays of South Korean tourists. Also, as they point out from Carwiz, negotiations on franchise cooperation are currently underway with about 20 rent a car houses from all over the world – Among other things, the markets of Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Malta, Kosovo, Germany, and even potential partners from the US market. Photo: Carwiz “South Korean tourists differ from European ones in that the age of the vehicle is extremely important to them, as well as all the accessories – from the GoPro camera to WiFi, without which they can hardly imagine life and travel. Compared to European tourists, Koreans are less price sensitive and therefore willing to set aside a larger budget to have everything they need to travel to create an unforgettable experience.” concluded Dobrilović. Tourists from Asian countries record the largest number of arrivals in Zagreb, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik with the intention of visiting destinations like Plitvice Lakes and Krka Waterfalls. We are almost equally visited by Asian tourists between 20 and 30 years of age, as well as those belonging to the age group of 40 to 59 years of age. A few days ago, Carwiz rent a car became the first Croatian rent a car operating in the Asian market. The number of arrivals of South Korean tourists in Croatia in 2018, compared to 2016, increased by almost 21%. Informatically very well versed, tourists from a country where slightly more than 90% of the population uses the Internet, want to nurture their habits on their travels. The needs of tourists are different, so Carwiz offers a wide range of accessories in cars with an average age of six months.
Comments Point guardScoop Jardine was instrumental in leading Syracuse to perhaps its two biggest road victories of the 2010-11 season last week against Villanova and Georgetown. Against Villanova, he scored 20. Against Georgetown, he paced the Orange down the stretch when the Hoyas made their run to get back into what was once a lopsided contest. When he’s on, Jardine is a huge key for SU. He showed last week he can take over and win games for this team.Advantage: SyracuseShooting guardBrandon Triche cooled off shooting-wise against Georgetown, but he’s been impressive as well to complement Jardine in the backcourt in SU’s four-game winning streak. And even when he didn’t contribute last Saturday at Georgetown (1-of-7 shooting), Triche went a cool 6-for-6 from the free-throw line. He has made a notable 27 consecutive free throws, including many in the clutch.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAdvantage: SyracuseSmall forwardKris Joseph was almost nonexistent in the Orange’s two wins last week, which only proves SU has a core group out of which any player can step up and win games. He scored seven points against Villanova and just four against Georgetown. And though Syracuse survived on the road without his contributions, he needs to start playing better heading into postseason play. Against DePaul, he’ll have a favorable matchup against an undersized Blue Demons team.Advantage: SyracusePower forwardRick Jackson will undoubtedly look to go out of the Carrier Dome with a bang in his senior swan song. And it would be fitting with the year he’s had thus far as undoubtedly the Orange’s MVP. He’ll be matched up against another undersized Blue Demon in the 6-foot-6, 225-pound sophomore Tony Freeland. And he should be able to dominate once again inside, both on offense and defense.Advantage: SyracuseCenterSince taking over the starting position in SU’s loss at Louisville from fellow freshman Fab Melo, Baye Moussa Keita has actually played fewer minutes in all five games compared with his season average. Most of the playing time here has gone to C.J. Fair as Jackson shifts to the center spot. When DePaul’s Krys Faber is matched up against Moussa Keita, he’ll have the edge.Advantage: DePaulBenchFair is the key here as he tries to rebound off his shakiest performance in a while at Georgetown. He played only 11 minutes and was held scoreless by a relentless Hoyas defense. But overall, he’s played well lately, and SU head coach Jim Boeheim can also plug in Dion Waiters and James Southerland, who shot well against Georgetown. DePaul doesn’t have much of a bench and is playing with only nine scholarship players.Advantage: Syracuse — Compiled by Brett LoGiurato, sports editor, [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 3, 2011 at 12:00 pm