Sheila Walker

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  1. Good reference, Adesteele. (I've recently been researching this in college). In the US, the private land -normally- excludes violations of the vehicle code. However, in the US (I'm sure the UK has very similar laws) criminal negligence comes into play where the courts can use precedents regarding unsafe operation of a motor vehicle without regard as to where it was operated.
  2. Commonly an engineers square. The white rectangles in the checkerboards are 1cm x 1/2cm for ease of sight referencing.
  3. I have discovered an odd weakness, a failing, in my brain hotel. Simply put, I am rotten at matching persons face to a photo or composite image and visa versa. Could I get some pointers, tips or tricks people, especially law officers use, in facial identification? Very especially law officers as they often have to use snap judgement at a moments notice. I'm quite good with the body, height, build and weight. It's just this face issue. Thanks much.
  4. A hello to all. I'm presently in a police academy in the US. I've spent several years working my way to this career move. To be more concise, I'm doing academy while maintaining student status at college, 5 units, plus several hundred miles commute every week. Please excuse me if I sound a little terse at times. Blame it on my 26 hour daily schedule. I came to this forum to get some blanks filled in. I'm not looking for class assistance per se. My desire is, after spending so much time preparing for my LEO career I wish to really be on top of all aspects that I am learning. To this end I want to correct the various weaknesses that I have become aware of, and become as competent as possible. Seeking input from officers on: -Suspect lie detection -Facial identification, matching person to picture and reverse -Tips on my decorum and demeanor under various scenarios and situations (for a start) My best to all. SW.