Cross Reporting: Does It Promote Public Safety Awareness?

Cross reporting is a process that interagency and interdisciplinary structures use to share information. It looks toward ensuring appropriate and comprehensive services and responses occur within the public realm. It is a best practice for communities because safety and welfare issues are adequately addressed with a coordinated response instead of individual efforts. Cross reporting allows […]

This is How You Write a Formal Expression of Opinion

Opinions are often discouraged when writing in formal ways. Whether you’re creating an essay for school, or you are a news reporter, you cannot use the informal process of stating your thoughts. Informal writing allows you to say phrases like “I think” and “I believe” to express your opinion adequately. If there is an explicit […]

What the Boy Scouts of America Filing for Bankruptcy Means for the Organization

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) filed for bankruptcy protection in February 2020 to relieve the legal pressure it faces from litigation started by sexual abuse victims. The bankruptcy means that a judge will now place a ceiling on the amount that the BSA will pay to each victim. That means the proceedings could limit […]

How Canada Manages Record Snowfall Accumulation

St. John’s International Airport in Newfoundland, Canada, recorded 30 inches of snow on January 17, 2020. That event broke the previous daily snowfall record of 26.93 inches that was set in 1999. Residents found themselves struggling to dig themselves out of snow that reached waist-high before it blew into drifts. The weather event caused the […]