Day: April 17, 2020

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PROPHETE TO LEAD CROSS-CULTURAL EQUITY INSTITUTE

Published Thursday, April 16, 2020

Dr. Karline Prophete, who has 15 years of teaching and administrative experience in higher education and K-12, has been named interim director of Palm Beach State College’s new Cross-Cultural Equity Institute.

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EAGLE SECURITY EXPANDS TO BELLE GLADE

Published Tuesday, April 14, 2020

The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County (BDB) is pleased to announce the expansion of Eagle Security Services Inc., a company in the infotech sector located in West Palm Beach with plans to grow services into Belle Glade. Eagle Security’s growth is a result of a new contract in the Glades Region and is in the process of hiring 10 local employees to support this. The company provides corporate security, including event protection, electronic surveillance, and consulting. Other services include manned guarding, CCTV surveillance, alarm response and key holding. 

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UnitedHealth will help HHS distribute $30B in hospital aid

HHS tapped UnitedHealth Group to quickly disperse an initial $30 billion in emergency federal funding to hospitals and healthcare providers under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

UnitedHealth made the announcement April 10. The CARES Act provides more than $100 billion to hospitals and creates an emergency fund to reimburse healthcare providers for expenses or lost revenues related to COVID-19. Those funds, which are based on Medicare revenue, will begin to flow to hospitals April 10 through HHS’ partnerships with UnitedHealth. The funds won’t need to be repaid, as they’re payments, not loans.

Providers will be paid through the automated clearing house account information they have on file with UnitedHealth Group, UnitedHealthcare or Optum Bank, or used for reimbursement from CMS. If providers receive reimbursement through paper checks, they will receive the assistance funds via paper

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Minister: IGP’s remarks on MCO until June just personal view, decision to extend still hinges on MOH | Malaysia

Police personnel conduct checks on vehicles during a roadblock in Section 7, Shah Alam April 15, 2020. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa
Police personnel conduct checks on vehicles during a roadblock in Section 7, Shah Alam April 15, 2020. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 — Malaysia’s top cop’s remarks yesterday that the movement control order (MCO) could possibly be extended to June is just his personal opinion, as the government’s decision whether to extend such an order would depend on the Health Ministry’s views, Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said today.

Ismail Sabri was asked to comment on Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador’s remarks yesterday on a possible extension of the MCO to June if Malaysians remain stubborn in complying with the MCO.

“About the statement made by the inspector-general of police, that may be his view, but whatever it is, the decision whether to extend or not, it depends on the Health Ministry’s advice,” Ismail Sabri said during a press conference

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Pyramid of Personal Safety

The
way to march a thousand miles 

and still win the battle, is make

the other side march it.


Pyramid of Personal Safety


On this page:


Knowledge & Understanding
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Walk Aways
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Habits
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Awareness
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Maneuvering
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Boundaries
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Verbal enforcement
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Physical self-defense
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Further Resources


There is no reason to live in fear of crime and violence. There is
however reason to take reasonable precautions. And in doing so, you will
have deterred most criminals from choosing you as their victim.


The reason is simple, there are thousands of people around who are easier
and safer targets. The harder you make it for the criminal to victimize you,
the more likely he is

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Volvo Financial Services Offers Finance Program to Help Customers – Vehicle Research

Volvo Financial Services (VFS) is offering customers in the U.S. an enhanced finance program should they wish to purchase or lease a model year 2020 or 2019 Volvo VNL, VNR, VNX, or VHD model during this time of uncertainty as a result of COVID-19. - Photo: Volvo

Volvo Financial Services (VFS) is offering customers in the U.S. an enhanced finance program should they wish to purchase or lease a model year 2020 or 2019 Volvo VNL, VNR, VNX, or VHD model during this time of uncertainty as a result of COVID-19.

Photo: Volvo

Volvo Financial Services (VFS) is offering customers in the U.S. an enhanced finance program on the purchase or lease of a model-year 2020 or 2019 Volvo VNL, VNR, VNX, or VHD model during this time of financial uncertainty as a result of COVID-19.

“We understand how important it is – especially during this unprecedented situation with the coronavirus – for trucking companies to maintain strong cash flow,” said Stephen Yonce, vice president of VFS. “To do our part, Volvo Financial Services continues to seek out ways to help our customers through these difficult times.”

The “Hammer Down 2.0” Program extends the first payment for

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