The Connecticut State Police graduated 73 new State Troopers, all members of the 117th Training Troop, on July 20, 2006.
Department of Public Safety Commissioner Leonard C. Boyle and Colonel Edward Lynch, Commanding Officer of the State Police, congratulated the graduating class during a ceremony at Jorgensen Auditorium at the University of Connecticut. Gov. M. Jodi Rell was the keynote speaker at the event.
The 117th training troop entered the Connecticut State Police Academy on January 20, 2006, and spent approximately 1,400 hours in the classroom. They also spent many more hours training in physical conditioning, water rescue, driving and other specialized areas of police work.
The 73 members of this class began the process of becoming State Troopers more than a year ago. They applied for the positions, took the written test and physical fitness assessment, along with observational tests and polygraph tests.(ed. –CT Department of Public Safety Press Release)
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Derren Brown uses NLP to influence Simon Pegg’s selection of a gift.
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It seems like the government wants to do a lot of that nowadays, and I wonder if the progressives will want to start electing people with education specifically designed for social engineering.
They already do. The cat has been out of the bag since Stalin.
Beatriz, a young psychiatrist, works in a sanatorium that specializes in hypnosis. On her first day, she makes contact with a little girl that has been in shock since her mother was murdered. Suddenly, Beatriz case becomes a nightmare when her first patient is found dead with her veins slashed. When a patient suffering from amnesia warns Beatriz that this was not a suicide, the beautiful psychiatrist is thrown in to a maze from which there is no return and reality and fantasy merge. The only thing that appears to be clear is that Beatriz will be the next to die. She will have to fight to keep her sanity or she will lose her life.
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