Apopka Police Department Burglary Report: Week Ending December 5thThe Apopka Burglary Report for the week ending December 5th shows five burglaries reported in the city of Apopka.Chief Michael McKinley of the Apopka Police Department tells us that many vehicle burglaries could have been prevented if everyone remembers to do just two things:Remove all valuables from your vehicleLock your car doorsThe breakdown of the burglaries reported to the Apopka Police Department last week:2 – Business2 – Residential1 – VehicleHere is a list of the burglaries, along with their date, time, type, and location: 2018336124112/2/2018 11:46RESIDENTIAL400 BLOCK LISA KAREN CIR 2018337157612/3/2018 11:02RESIDENTIAL1500 BLOCK DANISCO PL 2018338094212/4/2018 7:33BUSINESS1400 BLOCK ROCK SPRINGS RD EVENT NO.DATE/TIMETYPELOCATION Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here 2018338139912/4/2018 9:32BUSINESS1300 BLOCK SHEELER AVE Please enter your comment! The Anatomy of Fear TAGSApopka Burglary ReportApopka Police DepartmentBusiness Burglary ReportResidential Burglary ReportVehicle Burglary Report Previous articleLet’s Talk About It: Prison reformNext articleIn 1968, computers got personal: How the ‘mother of all demos’ changed the world Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 2018339181912/5/2018 11:51VEHICLE300 BLOCK E OAK ST LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply
Previous Article Next Article Shortlisted team for the easycando Award for e-learning: Personnel Today Awards 2000After the declaration in July 1999 by British Telecom chief executive Sir Peter Bonfield that the firm must become an e-business, the human resources function was one of the first to act. The result was a collaboration with Andersen Consulting to produce an Internet College and in January 2000 – six months after Bonfield’s declaration of strategic intent – the first BT staff were beginning a module in the virtual learning zone, part of an Internet-awareness course.Such is the magnitude of the Internet that what appears to be a “one-size-fits-all” approach to staff training is justifiable. Although the level of the basic Internet Awareness course is too basic for many, the purpose was to ensure that all 130,000 employees were thoroughly familiar with the Internet, a medium in which the company has invested heavily.A survey in August 1999 had revealed that just over half BT’s staff were uncomfortable with the medium.Although much of the information was familiar to employees, many of them found it useful to have the information laid out in a systematic, accessible format. Users also found value in being able to pitch in at a level suitable for themselves, and not always start at the beginning.Some of those grateful for a stronger awareness include senior executives. Frank Douglas, project manager of the Internet College, quips that this is “their last chance to ask stupid questions”.The course is made up of six modules and two further elements – Orientation and Foundation – are due for rolling out next month. The advanced modules – Functional, Expert and Strategic – will follow.BT has increased the number of staff with access to the Internet from 70,000 in summer 1999 to 100,000, and aims to ensure that all 130,000 have access by the end of 2000.BT and Andersen put considerable effort into making the course lively, with interactive features such as quizzes. It also awards a certificate for those completing a module, something highly valued by employees. Despite being voluntary, around 40,000 have completed the Awareness module.Following the establishment of e-Peopleserve by BT and Andersen, an outsource provider of HR services, the modules will be available to staff of other employers. Company fact fileTeam BT HR teamTeam Leader Alan Davis, HR director, BT RetailNumber in HR team FourNumber of employees responsible for 130,000Main achievements With 40,000 having completed the awareness course and positive feedback from users, BT can be more confident that its workforce is more ready for e-business. There is no quantifiable impact on the bottom line as yetJudge’s Comment “There is evidence of top-level commitment and of a thoroughly well researched programme which has been professionally implemented and communicated. Set against the history of technology-based training, when so many excellent programmes were produced and never integrated, this is aimed at the heart of the business and is a topic that is fundamental to the organisation’s survival. That is the way to make e-learning happen. There are arguments for and against making e-learning voluntary. In this case, sufficiently strong motivation is obviously present because 40,000 have already done the programme. People are proud to achieve the certificate” British TelecomOn 19 Sep 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
Stock downOffensive lineThe offensive line’s stock is down mostly due to injuries. With starters Omari Palmer, Jason Emerich and Cody Conway out, the starting O-line on Saturday had a combined one start coming into the season and eight including this year. The group of Michael Lasker, Aaron Roberts, Colin Byrne, Evan Adams and Jamar McGloster were decent in pass protection, but were overcome by third down UConn blitzes. Syracuse struggled to run the ball to its worst degree all season — 62 yards on 26 carries for a season-worst total and yards per rush average. The offensive line wasn’t able to generate much push against a notably solid UConn defensive front.Sean Riley, freshman wide receiverSean Riley looked shaky fielding kicks as the team’s primary returner all day. He bobbled the opening kickoff and after his first punt return (of the game and his career), Babers called him over on the sideline to seemingly critique how Riley made too many cuts instead of running straight up field.On one kickoff, Riley waited in the end zone as it bounced at about the 5-yard line. He caught it in the end zone, but then decided to run the ball out instead of taking the touchback. He got only to the 13.Riley was removed on the last punt return of the game in favor of Brisly Estime, who he took over for last week.Cole Murphy, junior kickerCole Murphy finished just 1-for-3 on field goals, including a miss from 33-yards away in the fourth quarter that would have given Syracuse a two-possession lead. His other miss, from 49 yards away in the second quarter, had the distance but sailed wide. His make was a 47-yarder that he had to convert twice because UConn tried to ice him with timeouts.Babers said Murphy slipped on one field goal, presumably the 33-yarder, and that he wasn’t upset with him. But Murphy also knocked two kickoffs out of bounds on attempted squib kicks toward the sideline, when the Orange was kicking into the wind. Babers said he preferred that to a return for a touchdown. Comments EAST HARTFORD, Conn. — Syracuse (2-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) eked out a 31-24 win over Connecticut (2-2, 0-1 American Athletic) on Saturday in East Hartford, Connecticut. The Orange took a 14-0 lead less than five minutes into the game, but stalled. Ultimately, the Huskies had the ball twice in the fourth quarter with less than seven minutes left and down by a score, but couldn’t find the end zone either time — coming up a yard short on fourth down with 6:12 left.Stock upAmba Etta-Tawo, redshirt senior wide receiverAmba Etta-Tawo had a record-breaking day, catching 12 passes for 270 yards and two touchdowns. He set a new Syracuse record for yards in a game, became the first SU receiver to record at least 200 yards in a game twice in his career — and he’s been in Orange for four games — and he’s the first SU player to start a season with four straight 100-yard receiving games.Etta-Tawo was matched up with All-AAC cornerback Jamar Summers for most of the game and was able to beat him over the top regardless of whether Summers was on the line, trying to bump-and-run or playing back off the line of scrimmage. Etta-Tawo had two touchdown catches in the first five minutes of the game, but his biggest catch came on third down in the fourth quarter from Syracuse’s own 4-yard line when he out jumped a diving Summers for a 59-yard gain.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHe finished with 58 percent of the team’s yards and was targeted on 18 of Eric Dungey’s 40 throws.Kiran Ramsey | Digital Design EditorZaire Franklin, junior linebackerZaire Franklin didn’t have his best day tackling wise, but he manufactured two of the biggest defensive plays for the Orange. With the score tied at 17 and a minute to go in the third quarter, UConn quarterback Bryant Shirreffs rolled out to his right to attempt a third down conversion. Franklin dove at Shirreffs’ pass and tipped it with one hand, deflecting the ball into Cordell Hudson’s hands. Hudson then returned it 22 yards for a touchdown.Franklin’s best tackle came on fourth-and-goal for the Huskies at SU’s 2-yard line with the Orange up by seven and a little over six minutes left in the game. Shirreffs rolled to his right on a designed run and leapt toward the goal line. Franklin came in from the left side and dove at the quarterback, driving him to the ground one yard shy of the end zone for Syracuse’s biggest defensive stop of the season.MORE COVERAGE:Watch Dino Babers’ press conference after win vs. UConnA graphical breakdown of Syracuse’s 31-24 winThree things we learned in SU’s win against Connecticut Related Stories Syracuse football snaps 2-game losing streak with 31-24 win over ConnecticutAmba Etta-Tawo sets Syracuse football single-game record with 270 receiving yards in win against ConnecticutSyracuse football’s offensive line patches together mediocre performanceWATCH: Syracuse football head coach Dino Babers and players’ postgame press conferences after Connecticut win Published on September 25, 2016 at 3:01 pm Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettus Facebook Twitter Google+