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This presents an obvious dilemma to responding officers.
By understanding the nature of autism, responding officers can manage calls involving individuals with this condition more effectively.
The City Council formed a task force and ultimately supported its recommendation, which was to allow three false alarms at an address before police would stop responding.
In the wake of a violent domestic abuse incident, batterers often attempt to convince responding police officers that their victims are mentally off balance.
By becoming familiar with the features of each phase in this cycle, responding officers can help victims understand that the cycle of abuse is likely to continue if nothing is done to address the underlying causes.
All of the companies responding use copayments or coinsurance for prescription drug plans.
However, in most technical areas, such as accident reconstruction, photography, and forensics, fewer than one-third of the responding States mandate training.
Responding to the VIP is an opportunity for candidates running for political office to speak directly to younger constituents of voting age on the issues that are important to them.
They need dedicated resources for answering `company' e-mails 24 hours a day, with a clear process for responding to questions and/or requests at a departmental or geographical level even if the central communication team cannot address the situation immediately," concluded Schuster.
In clinical research, women responding to the male pheromone androstadienone reported feelings of calm relaxation and openness to others.
Pragmatech Software today introduced The RFP Machine For The Web(tm), an intelligent, thin client software solution that significantly streamlines and improves the process of responding to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for sales and marketing professionals.