The Power of Securus Technologies in Our Local Jails

The hardest part about working in a jail is the fact that the inmates could do us serious harm if we let our guard down for a second. These inmates have years and countless hours a day to plan things while we as officers have 8 hours a day in the jail. To keep the peace in the jail and to help prevent crime, we have to use some pretty unique resources.


At the visitor center, we have many new pieces of technology that scan every person and their belongings before they can meet with an inmate. It would not take much, like a kitchen fork, for an inmate to turn it into a weapon and have an edge over the officers. Worse than that, visitors who give the inmates drugs complicate the problems we have because an inmate high on heroin is more dangerous than you could imagine. Even a group of six officers could have an issue bringing an inmate to the ground who is high on drugs.


To help make the jail safer for us officers, visitors, and the inmates too, we recently got together with Securus Technologies to update our inmate communication system. The CEO of Securus Technologies, Richard Smith, talks about how his Dallas based company has one objective that all 1,000 employs work towards each day. They believe making the world a safer place for us all is the key, and our jails are certainly safer with their new system in place.


I was monitoring the inmate calls last month when the system alerted me to chatter between an inmate and someone who was coming to visit. He was talking in code about bringing in a large amount of drugs. We were able to put surveillance on the visitor and not only took down the suspect before he got to jail, we discovered a new source of drugs we never had eyes on.


Wessex Institute Careers At Chilworth

The Wessex Institute of Technology is a private research group from the United Kingdom. Since the formation of the company, they had promoted research efforts in different locations in Europe. Since they are affiliated with so many Universities, they are able to provide funding and information delivery to both private and public entities. Aside from research, they publish scientific articles, scientific paper archiving, and they hold multiple conferences in international locations. As such a diverse company, they create a lot of jobs worldwide.

The Chilworth research group is in dire need of more administrators for their project. The Wessex Institute has been promoting this project in order for the government to tackle large-scale public health issues.

The selected administrator will be responsible for communicating key details between lab workers, project managers, and third-party clients. The work is very fast pace since deadlines tend to close in very quickly with rapidly changing goals.

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Community Well-Serviced by Leading Non-Profit Renown Health

Renown Health provides the care to those who live in the Nevada region and it is the biggest not-for-profit health care provider in the state. It is a locally owned company, which has an integrated health network and Accountable Care Organization (ACO), serving 17 counties in northern Nevada, Lake Tahoe and Northeast California.

Dating back to 1862, Renown Health was the first nonprofit agency to establish a hospital, making them a landmark within Reno, Nevada. The first open-heart transplant was performed by the hospital in 1977, leading the industry during a time in which heart pacemakers were first being introduced to patients.

The current CEO, Anthony (Tony) Slonim joined the organization in May 2014. He is board-certified with degrees specializing in internal medicine, pediatrics and critical care. Tony has led the company in a strategic direction and is held as the champion, for the company’s financial viability, streamlined operations to reduce costs, and optimization to better serve the health care needs of the community.

Renown Heath focuses on more than just providing attention to medical needs; they are very aware of the well-being of those within the community. To benefit the community, Renown Health has reinvested $78 million into the Nevada region, for research, community out-reach initiatives, educational needs, and non-reimbursable health care services.

Renown Health is a provider of community financial support and contributes to 80 localized nonprofit agencies, which amounts to over $63 million on an annual basis. They have met the needs of those organizations in areas of capital improvement, for stabilization of equipment, technology and building structure.

During fiscal year 2016, Renown Health’s total economic impact in Nevada amounted to $1.8 billion and over 12,000 localized job placements. Additionally, Renown Health was involved in 75 clinical trials, such as research to determine the most-effective way, for the treatment of cancer patients.

There are more than 150 community members serving on the board, for Renown Health, including those directly involved in an advisory capacity.

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Dr. Cameron Clokie Develops a Method to Regenerate Bone

Dr. Cameron Clokie, DDS is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. He recently completed five years as the Professor of Oran and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1985. He finished his specialization in 1990 and his PhD in bone regeneration from McGill University in 1992. He is an expert in the surgical management of the jaw. He is sought after as an advisor and a teacher. He lectures on topics relating to bone regeneration.

Dr. Cameron Clokie, established the Bone Integrated Implant Group at McGill in 1993. He works at new technology and new techniques that will eventually improve on current processes. He has been a consultant for a number of different companies and industrial projects. Dr. Clokie moved to Mount Sinai Hospital where he performs operations, and had clinic. He is the Head of the Graduate Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He has worked with other doctors exploring the use of various carriers for the BMP. Cameron Clokie works as a consultant to Genesco Regeneration Sciences, Inc. His goal is to develop bio-implants that will replace bone grafts.

Dr. Cameron Clokie has been working in the area of directing the body to regrow bone to help with reconstructive surgery. He is known for his work with a 60-year old patient who lost seven centimeters of his jaw bone to a benign tumour. He underwent a bone regeneration procedure to regrow the bone removed.

Read more: Cameron Clokie DDS, Ph.D.: Executive Profile & Biography

The procedure involves using a protein to get trick stem cells into becoming bone tissue. Clokie says its similar to how a baby’s bones grow. With the technique, he has actually regrown a bone in the jaw just like the one that was lost. He says that most methods of rebuilding lost parts is to remove bone and muscle from on spot on the body and graft in onto another part.

In rebuilding the 60-year old’s jaw, it took a surgery of about four hours and within two weeks the patient was back to normal. Another patient who had ameloblastoma, which can eventually shut off the airway, was not so lucky. She did not qualify for the surgery and had to have a 19-hour surgery, where a part of her chin was used to replace the removed jaw bone. Her recover time was two months. She has one more surgery to complete the process.

For the first patient Dr. Clokie added a growth protein to a gel that was molded into place in the patients jaw. It is placed in the missing section and supported by a titanium rod. Several days later, blood vessels are growing over the gel and it is dissolving. The jawbone then regrows to close the gap. It is an amazing process on

The drawback to the surgery is that most insurance companies will not cover the cost of the procedure and it is expensive. It can cost more that $6000. It is said that this procedure has been used to help fuse the spine. Dr. Clokie is now focusing on lower the cost of the procedure so that others can benefit.

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The Importance of Reputation As Discovered By Lori Senecal

Businessmen and women have to find some kind of way to get customers to their company. Fortunately, there are many methods. However, the overall method to bringing people to the company is word of mouth. With a good word of mouth, the customer is going to find the professional and work with her. In many cases, all that is needed is a good reputation. The customer will discover the professional through what he hears about her. This was the case with Lori Senecal who has revealed in an interview that her first customer found her because of what he has heard about her. More details can be found on Adweek.

Lori Senecal at the time of her first customer had the reputation of knowing her strengths and weaknesses. She has also shown herself to be willing to take on new opportunities and challenges. This is one of the influential factors behind her success with more advertising companies like Crispen Porter + Bogusky. Another trait that she attributes to her success is her relentless nature. In many cases, the key to success is to be persistent. Lori is an example of someone who achieves her goals by actually following through. She also shows that she is very reliable as a businesswoman when she recently spoke at the 3% conference.

Given that she is very passionate about building effective ad campaigns for her clients, she is very effective in increasing the revenue for her clients. When customers see their ads, they are compelled to visit the company. Therefore, the client makes money from the customers, then more trust is gained towards Lori Senecal. Then Lori is able to gain even more customers to work for. With the amount of customers that Lori has gained, it is safe to say that she has shown herself to be reliable with the type of work that she has doone with her clients.

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Thor Halvorssen the human rights champion

Thor Halvorssen is a Venezuelan human right activist also known as Thor Leonardo Halvorssen Mendoza. Thor is also a film producer with major contributions and attributes in various fields of public interest advocacy, civil liberties, individual rights as well as public policy. Thor also contributes to pro-democracy advocacy.In August 2007, Thor was described by the New York Times as a maverick; they further stated him as an individual who champions the underdog and the powerless. He is also a writer and writes for Forbes magazine and is a columnist at the left-leaning Huffington Post.His opinions have featured regularly on various platforms.

Thor founded Oslo Freedom Foundation (OFF). It is a foundation that hosts a transformative annual conference. Devoted human rights advocates, technology entrepreneurs, activists and various world leaders meet and engage in a discussion to brainstorm and share their stories and experience. The leaders also have a chance to discussing multiple ways of expanding freedom and also unleash human potential all over the world.The Economists describe the foundation as the spectacular human rights festival and further stated that the foundation soon it will be a human-rights equivalent to Davos economic forum.

Thor Halvorssen is also the president of Human Rights Foundation (HRF). HRF is a non-profit organization that is devoted to protecting and promoting human rights across the globe. The team is most focused on closed societies. Therefore the nonpartisan Foundation contributes towards uniting people with a common cause of defending and protecting human rights.The HRF also is committed to supporting liberal democracy. The mission of the foundation is to ensure that freedom is promoted and equally preserved across the world. HRF under the leadership of Thor Halvorssen focuses on establishing ideals for various human rights movements.Thor was born in Venezuela and is a descendant of the first president Cristobal Mendoza. His father Thor HalvorssenHellum also served as an ambassador for anti-Narcotic affairs in Venezuela and also as a special overseas investigator. Thor graduated from the University of Pennsylvania; he also attended Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa where he studied History and Political Science concurrently.